Thanks a lot, Nick. Great News.I've just come home from visiting friends this weekend and I'm too tired for a listening test right now. Will do it tomorrow.
Hey guys, it looks like you're making good progress! I was playing around with alpha v0.1.1 and ran into a couple problems. The first was that I couldn't open files that were write protected. Not a big deal really, but I'm sure that's not how you intended it.The second problem is that I found several files that caused a range error exception right near the end of the file and truncated the output (I suspect some error in handling the last block). I am attaching two of the failing files.Cheers!David
I'll look into the wavIO unit tonight for why write-protected files aren't usable.
btw., do you take care, that lossyFlac cannot be mistaken as *.flac ie. Lossless flac ?(or exchange flac with any lossless format, which this algorithm is used on)The difference between lossyFlac and Flac should be recognizeable already by file extension .flac vs. .lfla or whatever.it is somehow bad wording also, if you call something:lossy free lossless audio codec.Either it is lossy or lossless.
The problems I foresee (maybe for me, maybe also for you, if you use lossy-wav-to-flac), that you have Lossless flac files in your system, but also these lossy-wav-to-flac files.
 I cannot seem to replicate the range exception failure - what CPU are you using? [/edit]
Processing : 5.08MB; Exception ERangeError in module lossyWav.exe at 0000A1F6.Range check error.