[vorbis-dev] On the "broken" .WAV files issue
cwolf at starclass.com
Sun Aug 26 09:54:59 PDT 2001
FYI, others and myself, had already attempted to bring this to the attention of interested
parties, back in July:
The win32 utility, oggdrop, handles the new "fmt" chunk properly.
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On 8/26/2001 at 12:08 PM Fabian Giesen wrote:
>A friend of mine recently had a problem with a "broken" .WAV file
>(as you call them) because oggenc first printed out a warning and
>then didn't accept the file because of a "unexpected EOF error".
>Because I was interested in the issue, I decided to take a look at
>the oggenc source, and in fact, it is your .WAV reader that's wrong.
>More precisely: there are two version of the format chunk, one that's
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