[Speex-dev] probleme encodage fichier wave

Tom Grandgent tgrand at canvaslink.com
Fri Apr 27 06:58:29 PDT 2007


Your WAV file probably isn't in standard PCM format.  Did you know 
that WAV files can contain all kinds of formats, including MP3 and 
even Speex (IIRC)?  But most software that reads WAV files only 
handles plain PCM format, so WAV files using other formats are of 
limited use.  Typically an app will need to use the Windows ACM to 
decode them, and have a suitable codec installed on the system.

Here's an example WAV file that will work with speexenc:


"Damien Guiserix" <damienguiserix at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'w trying to encode a wave file using speex beta1.2 and cygwin
> i installed speex following the manual instructions
> but when i want to encode the file using
> speexenc -w francais.wav test.spx
> the software answer that only PCM encoding is supported
> Is somebody can explain me what's wrong?
> Thanks
> Damien

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