[Flac-dev] corrupt/invalid wav
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Wed Feb 7 10:54:11 PST 2001
I am pretty sure it's a flac bug, not a problem
with your wav. the -p option is causing the
problem. -p drastically increases the runtime
and only improves the compression by a tiny
bit, which is why it is only turned on in -9.
until the bug is fixed it is safer to not use
-p (but -V will catch any errors -p causes).
--- Kevin Pullin <kpullin at socal.rr.com> wrote:
> I posted the bug at
> . Since all my other discs were encoding fine I
> thought that the wav file may be corrupt/invalid/or
> something. I opened them with cool edit and "saved
> as"ed them to my drive. These files encoded fine
> and the extraced/converted files have the correct
> md5sum. Is there a program that can scan wav files
> to see if they are correct? The files play and burn
> fine, but do not encode well. Another thing is that
> shn encodes these files correctly, while flac does
> not. Does something need to be coded for flac to do
> this? I hope this made some sense...
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