last update: 3rd March 2007
Short sections of damaged waveform can often be successfully repaired
by replacing them with new sample values calculated by interpolating
between the samples immediately preceding and following the damage. Wave
Repair offers two forms of interpolation:
- For very short sections (a few dozen samples or less), a Bezier
interpolation usually works very well. This type of interpolation
constructs a curve that matches up the waveform slopes of the preceding
and following sections.
- For longer sections (several dozen samples), a linear interpolation
often works better. This involves simply substituting a straight line between
the preceding and following samples.
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