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Convert SFZ/SF2 via command-line? 5 years 11 months ago #1

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I'd like to convert between SFZ and SF2 via command-line. Is that possible with Polyphone?
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Convert SFZ/SF2 via command-line? 5 years 10 months ago #2

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Unfortunately, there is no command line on polyphone, except for the external tool to edit samples.

As a workaround, you can open each sf2/sfz and choose export soundfont. You select the format.

I agree, it would be convenient to convert sfz to sf2 on command line as I only have sf2 players.
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Convert SFZ/SF2 via command-line? 5 years 2 months ago #3

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Any news on this (having more command line options) ?
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Convert SFZ/SF2 via command-line? 4 years 9 months ago #4

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Yes there is! But I never documented it. Here are command lines to run in a powershell that convert from sf2 to sfz and from sfz to sf2:
cd C:\Program Files\Polyphone
.\polyphone.exe -3 -i C:\Path\To\Your\Soundfont.sf2
.\polyphone.exe -1 -i C:\Path\To\Your\Soundfont.sfz

You can set the output directory with "-d" and the output file with "-o".
-1 is for a conversion to sf2
-2 is for a conversion to sf3
-3 is for a conversion to sfz

I'll create a page in the documentation for the command lines.
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Convert SFZ/SF2 via command-line? 4 years 9 months ago #5

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Does this work for Mac as well?
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Convert SFZ/SF2 via command-line? 4 years 9 months ago #6

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Yes
On mac you can write "polyphone -h" or maybe "man polyphone" and the documentation should appear.
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