[Flac-users] flac -t script / test vs. verify
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Fri Dec 13 10:12:05 PST 2002
--- "David W. Tamkin" <dattier at panix.com> wrote:
> Related question: according to the longer help file, if you use the
> option during encoding, flac checks its own work as it goes along,
> the bit of flac data it has just calculated and comparing the results
> to the
> .wav data it had used as input. If you're going to run flac -t later
> to test
> the .flac file, isn't it redundant to have verification on during
> If you know (for example, if you encoded the file yourself) that -V
> was used
> during encoding and that flac reported "Verify OK," is there any
> reason to
> test the file?
nope, unless you suspect the file of being corrupted some
time after encoding.
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