I used MAX 0.7.1, then XLD to encode .wv into .mp3.I first encoded "clint eastwood.wv" in lame V5, then deleted "clint eastwood.wvc", and encoded again "clint eastwood.wv" in lame V5.The mp3 files are identical while the source should not be. How bizarre6 404 344 bytes
The same test with XLD produces 2 different sizes with VBR mp36 403 001 bytes / with wv + wvc in the same folder6 300 794 bytes / with only wv
but produces a similar file with .WAV and CBR 32060 592 268 bytes / WAV13 742 793 bytes / 320
with MAX 0.8.1, it seems betterthe v5 mp3 are6 404 344 bytes WITHOUT correction files and6 449 771 bytes WITH correction fileswhen I try to delete WVC while decoding, there is no warning and the result is 6 449 771 bytes
with ogg Q34 458 423 bytes (with wvc) vs 4 444 670 bytes (without wvc)
Hi Big_Berny,example 1 : test with MAXexample 2 : test with XLD
thank you for your answers regarding wav, CBR and RAM.When you talk about length, you mean song length or is something else?