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Ubulord
post Nov 12 2011, 15:34
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The title says it all. How do I unpack an iso.wv? What program should I use to obtain the separate audio files, cue, etc that I think are contained within the iso.wv?
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hlloyge
post Nov 12 2011, 15:40
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7zip, WinRAR...
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Ubulord
post Nov 12 2011, 15:46
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QUOTE (hlloyge @ Nov 12 2011, 14:40) *
7zip, WinRAR...

oooppsss, it works. prety simple, after all. I thought it was some exotic program. By the way, with what program are these iso.wv made?
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db1989
post Nov 12 2011, 17:31
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Any program that can make an ISO file.

Itís just an ISO containing a WavPack file in the first position and then, usually (since I presume this is the point), cover art and other such supplementary files. The reason some people choose to do this is because WavPack decoders will skip a certain amount of unrecognised material at the beginning of a file, so in this case they skip the ISO header (and, I assume, any other files after the audio has EOFd) and begin playing the WavPack file as normal.

I would just use an actual archival format in conjunction with an archive-reading component for my media player if choice, but whatever!
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