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Knowing if a CD/wav comes from Ogg ?
Xrcr9709
post Feb 24 2012, 02:19
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Hello,

I some special tape in the past, like 10 years ago. I encoded it in Ogg Vorbis, accidentally deleted the .wav files.

Now I have juste found back a CD with the same content.
But I don't remember at all if the CD has been burnt from the original wav files or from the already encoded Ogg files.

I there a way I can be sure about that ?


Thank you for your help.
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Xrcr9709
post Feb 24 2012, 03:08
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I've just tried to ABX it but it seems that the ABX component I've user for Foobar2000 work terribly bad ... looks like it's always resetting the count ... Or there's something I missed ...
And anyway, it sound difficult to ABX.

Actually, there is no CD or any commercial way to buy this recording, otherwise I wouldn't bother.

The Ogg files are at very low bitrate, but the original was a tape that was also at rather low quality.

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if you analize in adobe audition for example in frecuency spectrum view and look for de lowpass limit, for q4 (128kbps) is 18000hz

There, I'm lost ... And I don't have Adobe Audition, I only have Sony Sound Forge and Audacity.
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