Creating Morse-Wave Files

Wave Files

Wave is the standard audio format on the Windows operating system.

The WinMorse Morse-Wave File Plugin Window

The WinMorse Morse-Wave File Plugin Window allows you to configure options specific to the Wave Output Format. The WinMorse Morse-Wave File Plugin Window

WinMorse Morse-Wave File Plugin Options

Setting Description
Amplitude The Amplitude setting controls the amplitude of the sin wave in the output file. The amplitude is effectively the volume.

This amplitude setting may range from low to high.
Sample Rate The Sample Rate setting controls how many samples per second are stored in the output file. The sample rate has a big impact on the output file.

The larger the sample rate:
  • the better the quality (fidelity) of the output file
  • the longer it takes WinMorse to create the output file
  • the larger the output file will be
The Sample Rate may be one of the following: 8000, 11025, 22050, or 44100 samples per second.
Frequency The Frequency setting controls the frequency (pitch) of the sin wave generated and used in the output file.

The Frequency setting may be in the range 50-4000 Hz.
Use Filter The Use Filter option enables a 100 Hz bandpass filter, centered on the specified Frequency setting, to increase audio quality. Switching sin waves on and off generates high frequency pops, and this helps reduce them. This option will slow down the conversion process.
Show Progress The Show Progress setting makes WinMorse display a progress window during the conversion process. The progress window shows how far through the conversion WinMorse is, and allows you to cancel the conversion. If the Show Progress setting is off, no progress window will be displayed and you cannot cancel the conversion process. This option will slightly slow down the conversion process.
Open File After Conversion The Open File After Conversion setting makes WinMorse automatically open the output file after it has been created. The output file will be opened with the default program associated with the output file's file extension.