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Sony Wave64 support
Dandruff
post Feb 2 2010, 12:55
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Would be cool if we could playback Sony Wave64 files (WAV files which can have more than 4 GB filesize) in foobar2000.


REAPER
http://www.reaper.fm

for example can write such files.


Trying to open them in foobar2000 gives this error in the console:

CODE
Startup time : 0:00.676175
could not enumerate tracks (Unsupported format or corrupted file) on:
D:\test.wav
Opening track for playback: "D:\test.wav"
Unable to open item for playback (Unsupported format or corrupted file):
"D:\test.wav"


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Specs: http://www.vcs.de/fileadmin/user_upload/MB...Sony_Wave64.pdf

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Yirkha
post Mar 9 2010, 12:30
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Could you post a hex dump of the first ~4 KB here?
(If you don't have a sane hex viewer which doesn't try to load a whole 5 GB file to the memory or whatever, try the one in VirtualDub, if you have it. It even allows to extract a short segment and save it to a file, which might be even better than cluttering the topic with large hex dumps.)


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Dandruff
post Mar 9 2010, 16:55
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QUOTE (Yirkha @ Mar 9 2010, 12:30) *
Could you post a hex dump of the first ~4 KB here?
(If you don't have a sane hex viewer which doesn't try to load a whole 5 GB file to the memory or whatever, try the one in VirtualDub, if you have it. It even allows to extract a short segment and save it to a file, which might be even better than cluttering the topic with large hex dumps.)



Here you go: http://www.outburst-audio.com/maik/hexdump-rf64.rar (2.96 kB)



But it's not from the 5.337.276.668 Bytes large file. It's a new one (24bit, 48kHz) with 4.315.913.468 Bytes total. Still, doesn't play in foobar2000.

RME developer said that Samplitude can read all their files properly. Of course their own tool (DIGICheck) also loads and plays the file fine.


http://www.rme-audio.de/forum/viewtopic.php?id=176

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