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foobar 1.2.3b1 only left channel of AAC played
DerSchrauber
post Feb 3 2013, 15:56
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Hi,

I've a problem playing stereo AAC (m4a) files in fb2k v1.2.3b1:
Only the left channel is played, the right channel is muted.

- I tried it with about 30 different files - all the same.
- I've tested with an clean portable install of v1.2.3b1: still the same problem.
- In the spectogram visualisation the left channel is ok, the right channel is empty.
- All files are played ok in fb2k v1.2.2.


Here some info from the file properties:
CODE
Subsong index : 0
File size : 4.14 MB (4 350 583 bytes)
Last modified : 2012-01-13 23:02:48
Duration : 4:25.160 (11 693 556 samples)
Sample rate : 44100 Hz
Channels : 2
Bitrate : 128 kbps
Codec : AAC
Codec profile : AAC LC
Encoding : lossy
Tool : iTunes 10.5.1

CODE
Subsong index : 0
File size : 2.71 MB (2 845 439 bytes)
Last modified : 2011-04-25 09:58:22
Duration : 1:16.302 (3 364 935 samples)
Sample rate : 44100 Hz
Channels : 2
Bitrate : 296 kbps
Codec : AAC
Codec profile : AAC LC
Encoding : lossy
Tool : iTunes 8.2.1, QuickTime 7.6.3

CODE
Subsong index : 0
File size : 6.22 MB (6 527 593 bytes)
Last modified : 2010-01-23 03:28:13
Duration : 4:27.703 (11 805 696 samples)
Sample rate : 44100 Hz
Channels : 2
Bitrate : 192 kbps
Codec : AAC
Codec profile : AAC LC
Encoding : lossy
Tool : iTunes v4.2, QuickTime 6.4
Track gain : +2.32 dB
Track peak : 0.605698
Album gain : +3.70 dB
Album peak : 0.962169
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