[Vorbis-dev] ogg ACM codec
xiphmont at xiph.org
Tue Jul 19 18:26:32 PDT 2005
On Tue, Jul 19, 2005 at 04:49:17PM +0200, Didier Dambrin wrote:
> 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.
Well, we basically said "You can't actually make a fully working Ogg
Vorbis ACM codec" and you said "But were're using one, it's great it
just doesn't always work". So we're in full agreement.
(The Japanese one is a hack and isn't fully compliant. So no, it
won't always work).
> 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.
Ogg isn't that new; what editor are you using that still doesn't
support Ogg? Most do these days.
More information about the Vorbis-dev