I understand your concern. Just go with this command
mseed2sac -i *.mseed
*.mseed will consider all the files to convert while -i converts them
On Thu, Dec 3, 2020, 03:17 Daphne Sagel Aguilar (via IRIS) <
Hello friends, I have a question, I have files in miniseed and I want to
convert to sac, I use the code mseed2sac, but I go one by one. I saw the
option to write:
mseed2sac - i * mseed
But I don't know what to call or write it?
For example I have my files in folders for the year 2010, 2011 ... In
each folder are the waveform files. How should I write the line, like
this: mseed2sac - i 2014.mseed? Or mseed2sac - i 2011-01-01-1256-26M.xxx?
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