Nuoptix Digital Audio Utilities

First, download utilities.zip

Extract the following four files into any directory in your path - (e.g. C:\util or C:\HQ):

  • DTMFgenV20.exe
  • dtmf36.bin
  • dtmf44.bin
  • WaveLoop.exe

1) The two .bin files MUST be in the same directory as the "DTMFgen.exe".
2) You may create a shortcut for "DTMFgen.exe" on your desktop if you like.
3) You may also create a shortcut for "WaveLoop.exe" if you like.

This Windows program creates a Nuoptix DTMF timecode mono wave file.
It is no longer necessary to use the Nuoptix CD ROM timecode.

To run the program:
1) Click on "DTMFgen.exe".
2) Select either DTMF-F (default) or DTMF-S.
3) Select the Method, either Method 1 or Method 2 (default).
See manual for details.
4) Now enter the "Sample Length"
This is the total number of samples in the master audio track,
assuming the master audio track is edited to loop perfectly.
5) Enter the DTMF ID. The default is 1, which produces the same TC as version 1.0.
6) Now click on "Generate".

The created DTMF timecode file, "tc.wav", will appear in the same directory
where "DTMFgen.exe" resides. If an inner loop is required, then run WaveLoop.exe
as shown below.

This Windows program inserts an inner loop point into your DTMF audio wave file.

To run the program:
1) Click on the "WaveLoop.exe" icon.
2) Click "Open File" and browse to select the DTMF timecode track, "tc.wav".
3) In the field named "Loop Point", enter the sample offset where you would
like to loop. You would determine the sample offset value from your
master audio file; the point where perfect looping occurs.
4) Click on "Patch".

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