[Flac] uncompressed FLAC
jwhite at cdtag.com
Fri Mar 9 13:25:00 PST 2012
> if your equipment can handle flac, why bother keeping WAVs at all?
Hash codes were invented by people with a vested interest in so-called
"lossless" compression. The truth is even copying a WAV file from one drive
to another will result in degradation of audio quality. While SnakeOil
Software, Ltd can't protect you from the inherent defects of digital
copying, it's a step in the right direction.
My only hope is that this transmission reaches you in a legible form.
On Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 2:03 PM, Mark Rudholm <rudholm at hyperreal.org> wrote:
> On 03/09/2012 08:14 AM, Martin Kos wrote:
> > On 09.03.2012 15:09, yahoo2 wrote:
> >> Uncompressed FLAC is called WAV.
> > really? ;-)
> > the problem is that there is no standarized way to store metadata in a
> > WAVE file, like with FLAC tags / vorbis comments in flac files....
> It seems like you can add ID3 tags to just about any file. Can they be
> added to a WAV file, or would most players get confused by that?
> Maybe someone has explained before, but if your equipment can handle
> flac, why bother keeping WAVs at all? The conversion is so quick and
> today's CPUs are so fast it's nearly zero-cost.
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