I'd like to check the following:
How can I figure out how long a synchronization step takes to complete?
Is there some way to mechanize this using eValid?
Excellent post, thanks for asking JimmyJ.
The eValid system has a command, TimeStamp, which writes the current timestamp onto a file.
Here is the manual page:http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... stamp.html
The time written to the file is the current number milliseconds since the script started running.
If you organize your script this way:
(Synchronization step of some kind)
Then there will be two entries in "myfile" that show the current playback time just before you start the sync and just after it completes
Note that the sample in the cart shows you how you can use multiple TimeStamp commands to create a detailed timing record of a playback..
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