Started by jomicamp, 12:50, 20 September 15
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Quote from: jomicamp on 12:50, 20 September 15I hd a CPC 464 back in the 80s and it has been 30 years without putting a finger on it. Lately I downloaded the WinApe emulator. I have made a small program in basic using WinApe 18. Now i purchased another real CPC 464 machine and I will like to continue the programming in it. The inmediate way to do it, I thought, it will be to save the program in a wav file and play in the real machine with an MP3 player-cassette adapter. But the thing is that I am not able to made a good wav recording in the emulator. Sometimes an error appears... other nothing is contained in the wavCan you help me to accomplish??Thanks in advance
Quote from: AMSDOS on 14:23, 24 September 15AFAIK Winape doesn't support the saving of Tapes, even though Tape Control shows a Record Button. I've used Winape to save a BASIC program to DSK image & use Edit Disk, extract that BASIC file and use a Command Line Program 2CDT to successfully produce a CDT file which can be loaded back through Winape.Another possibility if you don't like Command-line programs is to download CPC BASIC 3 - that can compile a BASIC program (into Binary) to produce a CDT file, though the package comes with CPCE which lets you save CSW file as easy as Saving a file to Tape. That CSW can then be converted into WAV with Tape2WAV (Direct Download) from World of Spectrum, which also supports CDTs along with some other formats.
Quote from: jomicamp on 12:50, 20 September 15other nothing is contained in the wav
Quote from: EgoTrip on 15:41, 24 September 15This happens if you try to open it while it's still open in WinAPE. Eject the tape and it'll be fine.
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