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Old 01 July 2016, 08:50   #57
Thorham
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And you will catch many false errors.
Perhaps.

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Well, everything is easy when you don't have to do it, right ?
What's so hard about keeping track of which task allocated which memory? None of this is rocket science.

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doesn't play that bad
It sounds crappy to me

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making HD access noise on top of the music
Can't hear it with my headphones

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~66% -> 28khz stereo FLAC
That's a lot better.

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You can't down sample with the wrong endian, that's the point.
Yeah, I indeed missed that

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If i release a sound player and tell the users : oh, by the way, downsample your 44.1 prior to playing - NO GOOD.
You don't have to, but I refuse to use real time down sampling because Sox sounds much better.

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Will you stop using Hippo if it doesn't ? Perhaps you have to try.
No, I won't It doesn't support RIFX, though.

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i won't install Sox or anything else just for this, m'kay
It's just a folder with some files, no need to install anything. Runs from the command line. If you're serious about writing that player, then I suggest that you use it, because it can produce more formats than WAV and AIFF. Can't hurt to take a look.

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He said AIFF is big endian. AIFF has no little endian option.
Yeah, that's what I meant to write, actually
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