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Chaeck for corrupted files ?
Udun
post Feb 3 2013, 13:04
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I would like to check a bunch of files (flac) for corruption - is it possible to do this via he converter ? Specify somehow a command line that does just a dry run of the FLAC.exe ?

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post Feb 3 2013, 13:11
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Select the respective files in the playlist -> Right click -> Utilities -> Verify integrity
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Udun
post Feb 3 2013, 14:09
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QUOTE (fbuser @ Feb 3 2013, 15:11) *
Select the respective files in the playlist -> Right click -> Utilities -> Verify integrity

Hmm - thanks smile.gif

I have them in cue/ape - the Verify integrity is not available for the cues - EDIT : not for flacs also

Is it plugin dependent ?


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post Feb 3 2013, 14:29
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Ahh, the "File Integrity Verifier" does not come with the foobar2000 installer. You need to install it separately.
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QUOTE (fbuser @ Feb 3 2013, 16:29) *
Ahh, the "File Integrity Verifier" does not come with the foobar2000 installer. You need to install it separately.

Thanks indeed !


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