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Re: Easy for Some


From: Vicente Hernando Ara
Subject: Re: Easy for Some
Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2010 17:28:56 +0100

An easy way, without coding any function is using rectangles.

* You open the keyframe file.
* Put the pointer in the first 0 of 0.xxxx  number.
* Set the mark with: C-space.
* Go to the last number of the last keyframe. E.g: 0.411811 last 1
* Now kill the rectangle: C-x r k
* Create the new file where you want to save the data, and open it.
* Yank the rectangle: C-x r y
* Save the file.

It is done. :-)





On 04/01/2010, marioepsley <address@hidden> wrote:
>
> I'm not coder but i needed to extract some information from a text file and
> some one pointed me in this direction.
>
> I have a file like this, could have up to a 1000 keyframes.:
>
>
>
> Effects   Sound Keys #1   Output 1 #22
>    Frame
>    0   0.17489
>    1   0.261281
>    2   0.361762
>    3   0.400085
>    4   0.411538
>    5   0.434799
>    6   0.41712
>    7   0.422151
>    8   0.43181
>    9   0.411811
>
> Just to clarify the spacings: (     0       0.17489    )
> Just to clarify the spacings: (tab0tab 0.17489 tab)
>
> and i want to be left with just the raw values like this:
>
>
> 0.17489
> 0.261281
> 0.361762
> 0.400085
> 0.411538
> 0.434799
> 0.41712
> 0.422151
> 0.43181
> 0.411811
>
>
> I am a complete newbie, i downloaded aquamacs emacs yesterday, tried to use
> replace string as a guess...?? no joy. Dont have anyone to ask, any help is
> greatly appreciated.
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