I have had several applications where I have created a sequence of .psd files from an ADC212 which has been left to trigger on an external event. There may be from 2 to 50 files which are created. I can open Picoscope and manually do a "save as" text on each file but even using page down to access the next file this is tedious. While mentioning this, it is also worth noting that the file extension does not automatically change to .txt for the second and subsequent files which makes the job a little longer.
When I import these files to Excel, I have written some VB code and then enter the path, base filename and the range of suffix digits to import and I get each file read in as a new sheet named after the imported file, with time, ChA and ChB in the first three columns. This allows me to overlay multiple events on one graph, or process in any other way I wish.
Ideally, I would like to read the .psd's into excel directly and have read the post on this forum "PSD binary file format" I have not been able to get this to work despite help from someone who understands C.
Do you have any tools available or a .exe of this program or similar which will run under XP and allow me to give a path, filename and suffix extension range to enable conversion of the data to a .txt or .csv format?