Thanks guys. I\'m wondering though how you would even do this in such programs? How do you tell the program which files are the left and which are the right? Do you have to select them all individually ro what?
I managed to find the demo of Sound Forge (not easy as sonicfoundry.com seems to be dead) and checking the menus there doesn\'t even seem to be a batch processor present - and the word \'batch\' is nowhere to be seen in the index...
Peak is even better for this as the interleaved versus split stereo file issue is more often found with AIFF and SDII (Mac) sound file formats. PEAK has the batch-file processor built-in and it works very good.
Ouch. It looks like its not gonna work anyway \'cos the files are not named properly. They have \'L\' and \'R\' in them but not at the end. At the end it has the affix .aif. It seems Peak will only recognise them if they have .L or .R on the end.
Looks like its got to be done manually [img]images/icons/mad.gif[/img] unless someone knows of a way to batch process the filenames.... [img]images/icons/rolleyes.gif[/img]