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Pixar
post Dec 16 2010, 11:50
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Hello all =)
I tested a hybrid coding mode (the best-miqhhb5) ...
I was delighted with the highest quality.
Programs designed for the detection of differences in sound do not detect a difference lossy and lossless.

What removes from the sound?
I did not find any similarity with other lossy codecs))
How have you achieved such excellent results? blink.gif

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Pixar
post Dec 16 2010, 18:19
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Degradation does not occur))
With your codec I do not need lossless (only to spend too much space) ...
Optimum price / quality ratio.

I have a question.
How do I glue together multiple files into one (without transcoding)?
Analogue to Ogg Vorbis
copy / b 1.ogg + 2.ogg + 3.ogg = image.ogg
In WavPack is not working.

Thank you for your work bryant.
WavPack brilliant creation of genius smile.gif
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post Dec 17 2010, 04:50
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QUOTE (Pixar @ Dec 16 2010, 09:19) *
How do I glue together multiple files into one (without transcoding)?
Analogue to Ogg Vorbis
copy / b 1.ogg + 2.ogg + 3.ogg = image.ogg
In WavPack is not working.

You can concatenate WavPack files like you describe, but the only way to decode the result is to use the -b flag with wvunpack (“blind” decoding). I have done this to combine tracks, but you really need to transcode to make the result playable, seekable, etc. Of course, lossless transcoding is not a problem (and it works great with pipes), but I would not do it with hybrid.

One of the things I would like to create is a WavPack file “fixer” that will modify the headers of files like these in place (without transcoding) because there are other situations where these files can occur, but I haven’t gotten around to it.
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post Dec 17 2010, 16:47
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QUOTE (pdq @ Dec 17 2010, 15:16) *
QUOTE (pdq @ Dec 16 2010, 09:19) *
I do hope you will change your avatar. sick.gif

Thank you, that's much better. smile.gif

You have amused me laugh.gif

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One of the things I would like to create is a WavPack file “fixer” that will modify the headers of files like these in place (without transcoding) because there are other situations where these files can occur, but I haven’t gotten around to it.

It would be excellent. Thank smile.gif
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