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lossyFlac conversion with foobar-> corrupted length value, After conversion wrong number of samples, duration display
johnb
post Apr 3 2010, 15:36
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Hi,

I converted a bunch of flac files to lossyWav/lossyFlac with foobar (1.0.1).

Foobar and Mr.Questionman report a ridiculous high duration and number of samples (see attachment).

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Here is the command line I used in foobar:
/d /c E:\p\Audio\lossyWAV_1.2.0\lossywav - --standard --altpreset --silent --stdout|E:\p\Audio\flac-1.2.1-win\bin\flac - -b 512 -5 -T comment="lossyWav aps" -f -o%d

What goes wrong here? How could I (automatically) correct the metadata?

Cheers
johnb

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johnb
post Apr 4 2010, 11:29
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I removed the --altpreset and -T in the converter setting with unfortunately the same result!

In order to analyze this further, I did the following at the dos prompt:
- converted the original flac to wav
- applied lossywav
- encoded to flac
=> the resulting flac is correct regarding duration, # of samples, bitrate


So I thought, let's convert the wav by means of the foobar converter with the already mentioned command line.
=> the resulting flac shows again the original symptoms blink.gif

I have no clue!

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