I have a .gig file and need to extract the .wav files from it.
I have installed Gig Tools, which includes Gigextract, a command line application.
It comes with the description below. I understand that I need to type into the command line.
I tried typing in:
gigextract maestro_concert_grand_v2.gig Music
That didn't work. I understand that GIGFILE means the name of the .gig file. I put that in the command. Also DESTDIR means destination directory. The name of the directory I'd like it to go to is called Music. All I get is: Invalid input file argument!
Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
gigextract [ -v ] GIGFILE DESTDIR [SAMPLENR] [ [SAMPLENR] ... ]
Extract samples from Gigasampler (.gig) files. All extracted samples
will be written in .wav format. You must at least supply name of the
.gig input file and an output path where all extracted samples should
be written to. By default gigextract extracts all samples contained in
the Gigasampler file, even if they are not linked by any instrument in
the .gig file, but you can also extract only particular samples by
supplying a list of samples indices at the end of the command line. You
can use the gigdump tool to see the list of available samples and their
sample indices of a Gigasampler file.
filename of the input Gigasampler file
output path where all samples should be extracted to
optional index of sample(s) to be exclusively extracted
-v print version and exit