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24/96 Cycli Redundancy Check, flac encode and decodign problems
B7T
post Jun 14 2008, 03:14
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I'm using FLAC 1.2.1b to encode 24/96 .wav files made by a sound device 722. Originally I recived the following message "warning: skipping unknown sub-chunk LIST". I thought I was good after I burn a data dvd with verify. however, upon copying files form the dvd to my new pc's "c:" drive. I get an error "cyclic redundancy check". I tried to decode direct form the dvd getting "flac_stream decoder aborted". Do I have a corrupt flac file and need to start over? I never used the command line "--keep-foreign-metadata", is there another way to get these 24/96 files flac'd up properly? The .16/44 .wav files seemed to flac up and decode fine.
Thanks in Advance for your help.
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jcoalson
post Jun 15 2008, 01:14
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yep, sounds like the file is corrupted on the drive. wouldn't be a usb external drive by any chance would it?

but to know for sure you should post as much info as you have, like the exact commands and error messages.
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post Jun 15 2008, 05:13
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Hi,
Thanks for your insight. I'm using the master .wav files off the sound device recorder's harddrive (no usb). In turn these same "masters"files were placed directly on the C: drive of the PC. Then I just used the flac frontend to encode (1.2.1b), I did notice the "decode through errors" button was on the flacfrontend when I done with my first encode. Not sure how to proceed, except to re-encode and wish for the best.
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yep, sounds like the file is corrupted on the drive. wouldn't be a usb external drive by any chance would it?

but to know for sure you should post as much info as you have, like the exact commands and error messages.
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