WMA Lossless truncates last few samples of some files. 2007-12-17 13:51:42 WMA Lossless is obviously supposed to fully preserve the source data, howeverit appears that sometimes the last few samples of a file will be thrown away.(Note: For those interested in recreating the problem I have uploaded a "problematic" wav file here: http://rapidshare.com/files/REMOVED* )If I convert the above file to WMAL using dBpoweramp and Windows Media Audio 9.2 Lossless codec I get (when After Encoding Verify Audio option is checked):Error converting to Windows Media Audio 10, '06 - Melibea - Boheme.wav' to '06 - Melibea - Boheme.wma' Error audio file failed verification '06 - Melibea - Boheme.wma'.If I convert the above file to WMAL using Windows Media Encoder, I get no messages but then if I bit-compare the results using foobar2000 I get:Comparing:"06 - Melibea - Boheme.wav""06 - Melibea - Boheme.wma"Comparing failed (length mismatch : 5:35.440000 vs 5:35.439819, 14792904 vs 14792896 samples).Can anyone help?Moderation: Removed sample. I haven't downloaded it but from the size of it it is longer than the 30 sec we allow here. Last Edit: 2008-01-09 17:59:39 by Jan S.