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Hello, how are you?
With Fmod, I had understand to Edit a wav file, like (copy, cut, paste), it’s normal to load it in memory before.
But, I’ve watching Sound Forge, and Sonar, and,
I’ve seen that they don’t load the entire wav file.
The problem is with 512 MO of RAM, I can’t Edit a file larger than 300 MO, about 25 minutes,
but, Sound Forge and Sonar, do this easily,
without used more memory.

Questions which prevent me from sleeping?
Is there a technical audio programming about this way to edit a audio file?
Is there an example, a link somewhere which can save me?

Thanks for all !!!

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Take a look to your hard drive, the free space should be less decrease.
The trick is that for big sound, they are flushed to a file. (like the swap does)

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Hello, thanks for your answer!
But, I don’t understand what do you mean?
What about swap: (like swap does).

Thanks !!!

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The swap file is used as a memory by your operating system but it is far slower than your ram.
Applications can use the same way to open for example big files, allow unlimited undo and so on.

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