Bug#652615: flac: Does not change bit/rate as set at command line.

Sthu Deus sthu.deus at gmail.com
Wed Dec 21 16:50:22 UTC 2011

Thank You for Your time and answer, Fabian:

>Please don't answer to me, but to the bug report!

Oh! It is my mailer - does not include CC to the reports - and I forget
about it.

>> split-track01.wav: WARNING: legacy WAVE file has format type 1 but
>> bits-per-sample=24 1.wav: wrote 81344298 bytes, ratio=0.682
>It looks like your WAV file is either corrupted or does not satisfy 
>some format type expectations. This would also explain why mplayer is 
>unable to determine its bit rate.

Ah, no. It is (WARNING: legacy WAVE file has format type 1) absolutely
useless message, it means nothing except that the file has been
processed before by something (in my case it may be peak upleafting or
something else) - the output is pretty good file. I can try
another .wav that was not processed by something - the problem is that
it be >16/44 - the message will disappear but the bug will remain. :o(

>> May this will help to shed some light on the problem: mplayer2 ceased
>> to show bit rate as follows:
>> Detected file format: raw FLAC (libavformat)
>> [flac @ 0xb90280]max_analyze_duration reached
>> [lavf] stream 0: audio (flac), -aid 0
>> Load subtitles in /usr/local/share/.0/tmp/1/
>> ==========================================================================
>> Opening audio decoder: [ffmpeg] FFmpeg/libavcodec audio decoders
>> AUDIO: 96000 Hz, 2 ch, s32le, 0.0 kbit/0.00% (ratio: 0->768000)
>> Selected audio codec: [ffflac] afm: ffmpeg (FFmpeg FLAC audio)
>> ==========================================================================
>> AO: [alsa] 48000Hz 2ch s32le (4 bytes per sample)
>> Here is  0.0 kbit  - for mp3 files it worked OK.
>> Any other info I can help with?

Hmm. Probably, not.

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