Was way better than the one for my last test.
Yes, the WMA files were decoded to WAV and then encoded to WavPack because there is no WMA Professional decoder for Linux and OS X.
Thanks Roberto!By the way, I already have results for 4 samples!
whenever i try to download one of the .torrent files from there, for some reason, Opera renames the file to "SampleXX.zip.zip" instead of "SampleXX.zip.torrent". manually adding it from µTorrent worked though.
Looks like the server is delivering the wrong MIME type. Firefox keeps the correct extension, but tries to open the file with the ZIP file handler.I don't think I can fix that without admin access to the server (which I don't have)
Yep, problems with Opera as well. I'm not really keen on installing some vague BitTorrent client, so I guess it's HTTP download for me
edit: somehow the Java ABC-HR does't work, everything is greyed out, no sound, no sign of anything playing. (I have the sample folders as they are described, and decodeall worked fine). I´m now doing the test with the w32 binary of ABC-HR 1.0 stable, should be acceptable, right?