[Vorbis-dev] ogg ACM codec

Didier Dambrin didid at skynet.be
Tue Jul 19 07:49:17 PDT 2005

CBR then?

All I know is that we're currently using that japanese codec made by 
'freddie fish'. The decoding works perfectly for us, it's the encoding that 
sometimes crashes, and doesn't work in some editors.

I don't know much about DirectShow, but would a DirectShow codec recognize 
the short format ID's (which aren't GUIDs) of wav files & allow decoding 

Problem is that I want to keep working with wav files: they're standard, and 
we use a lot of the info they may contain. While I know that you could store 
anything you want in an ogg file, it'd still lack of support from audio 
editors. That's the problem with a new format: it's new.

> Good day.
>> hi there
>> We (Image-Line / FL Studio) are looking for someone to develop an 
>> ogg-based Windows ACM
>> codec (which would need to work perfectly and be bug-free). If you're 
>> interested, mail me about.
>> Thanks
> It is not possible to create a correct ACM codec for VBR 
> encoding/decoding.
> Vitaly.
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