[Flac-dev] FLAC Test files
doep at onnerby.se
Sun Nov 2 00:29:01 PDT 2008
I thought the "test" part of the source was like a unit test for the
whole FLAC package and not exactly what I was looking for. I'm more
interrested in if diffent bit in flac files will still have the right
amplitude when I play my files in my implementationn, and if I'm mapping
multichannel files to the right speakers is done corrently in my
But what you're saying is that the test suite will generate such files
for me, that's great
rsdio at sounds.wa.com wrote:
> When you download the full source for FLAC and read the instructions,
> you'll see that 'make test' will run the test suite. The instructions
> warn people that this can bring even a good machine to its knees, and
> it is not recommended for everyone to run it. I have run it because I
> have submitted an installer package for Mac OS X, and it seemed
> prudent to take the time to test something that many people would
> use. Anyway, the test suite is there in the source package, you just
> need to read the documentation.
> On Nov 1, 2008, at 23:43, Daniel Önnerby wrote:
> a test suite for FLAC would be great, but where do I find it? (I'm sorry
> if this might be obvious to everyone else, but I can't seem to find
> Brian Willoughby wrote:
>> Daniel, have you looked at the test suite for FLAC? I believe that
>> there are test files there, or perhaps the test suite creates them on
>> the fly. Either way, you should be able to get some basic tests of
>> your player.
>> Brian Willoughby
>> Sound Consulting
>> On Nov 1, 2008, at 03:24, Daniel Önnerby wrote:
>> I'm implementing FLAC playback in mC2 (a rewrite of musikCube) and need
>> to test if everything is working.
>> I was wondering if there are any FLAC test files to download?
>> I'm looking for files with diffent kind of bits (8,16,24 etc) and
>> examples of multichannel files.
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