[TRLog] SBDVP and TR
Gilbert Baron Yahoo
Sun, 25 Feb 2001 21:38:30 -0600
I had a lot of trouble too. Here is the batch file I use and it seems to
work. You must have the proper config statements in your trlog configuring
file. Read the manual and the manual form SBDVP, VERY IMPORTANT information
Try ALL the test he gives, if you can't get the voice from your speaker it
is not going to work.
You need a config file for sbdvp in the current directory when you run
sbdvpcfg.dat (not necessarily the directory that has trlog.exe) and it
will have the names of the sound files to be executed. These are type.dvp
example entry is cqf1.dvp Cq Mode sound in Cq moode
Use the record function to create them. The batch file will load them and
will save them if you make changes when you quit.
All this is VERY confusing but it does work.
c:\trlog\sbdvp\sbdvp -s2 This loads the messages
c:\trlog\sbdvp\sbdvp -u This unloads
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
> Behalf Of Dave Hachadorian
> Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2001 20:58
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [TRLog] SBDVP and TR
> On Sun, 25 Feb 2001 17:04:21 -0800 Dave Earnest <email@example.com> writes:
> > I have gone over and over the SBDVP authors web pages and
> > installation
> > instructions. Pete, N4ZR, gave me more help regarding the SBDVP cfg
> > files. I still cannot get this puppy to play with TR.
> > I have tried running this thing from the DOS command without
> > entering
> > Windows. I have tried it from Win 98 and a DOS window.
> > The only thing that does work is the F10 recording that comes with
> > the
> > SBDVP software. When I try to record, I can get F1 to come on, but
> > it
> > does not record anything, just plays back some clicking sounds.
> > The SB card is fine. I am using it with PSK31, MMTTY, DX4WIN, eetc.
> > I am running a TS850SAT, Celeron 700MHz PC with 128 mb ram. I have
> > set
> > my stacks, etc. I have a autoexec.bat path statement.
> > Anyone else got any ideas?
> Below is my checklist for setting up SBDVP. Maybe something in
> there will help you.
> Dave Hachadorian, K6LL
> Yuma, AZ
> 1. Mix all the files together (tr and sbdvp files) in the same contest
> 2. Execute sbdvp
> 3. Execute tr
> 4. Make sure dvp enable = true in tr
> 5. In tr hit alp-p
> 6. Give your intended recording a filename.dvp, such as cqtest.dvp.
> 7. Hit CTRL-F1 to record a recording in F1. Press escape to stop
> 8. To save the recording, exit tr. Unload sbdvp by typing sbdvp -u. The
> recording will be saved
> with the filename that you gave it, such as cqtest.dvp.
> 9. To load the recording automatically the next time sbdvp is executed,
> the filename you saved
> the recording as must be listed in the file sbdvpcfg.dat
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