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    Stimlist for sound files (case 12705)

    Hello,

    I am having trouble presenting sound files sequentially from a stimlist.
    I want each of the words on the list to be presented for 1500 seconds each.
    So for example, I have 3 audio files called: dog, cat, and night.
    I created a stimlist called stimlist1.txt and in it i have:

    !dog
    !cat
    !night

    In my CVS line, I have &stimlist1 under the stimulus column, 0,0,1 for location, and 1500 for time.

    What am I doing wrong?
    HELP!
    Last edited by jason_reed; 02-07-2014 at 09:56 AM.

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    If you could upload your input file, stimlist, and two or three sound files, I'd be happy to take a look at them.
    Jason Reed
    Empirisoft Software Support Specialist

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason_reed View Post
    If you could upload your input file, stimlist, and two or three sound files, I'd be happy to take a look at them.
    Thank you for your prompt reply.
    Here is the part of my input file that won't do what I am asking it to do.

    Your input is greatly appreciated (pun intended).
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    If you are just trying to present the three .wav files in a set order, it would be just as effective to list each of the sound files in three separate contiguous rows in your input file. Take a look at the attached input file to see an example. If you run it, remember to put all three sound files and your instruct.txt file into a folder named stim and that stim folder is in the same folder as your input file.
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    Jason Reed
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason_reed View Post
    If you are just trying to present the three .wav files in a set order, it would be just as effective to list each of the sound files in three separate contiguous rows in your input file. Take a look at the attached input file to see an example. If you run it, remember to put all three sound files and your instruct.txt file into a folder named stim and that stim folder is in the same folder as your input file.
    okay...can you show me how the input file would look if i wanted to randomize the presentation?

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    Just put the same number (e.g. 1) in the wgr column of your input file. You can find more information here: http://www.empirisoft.com/directrt/h...hin_groups.htm
    Jason Reed
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