IIRC the only codec that is compatible with LossyWAV but doesn't have blocksize option is WMA Lossless.
how ? I used the --longhelp switch, but I couldn't find a parameter for setting the blocksize.
[sarcasm]Oh, there's a very easy way you can do that: Get the source code, the compiler, modify it at your pleasure and taste, and do not come here asking why it doesn't improve the result[/sarcasm]
For lossless encoding, the blocksize can be set to anything that you want,
So I was merely asking : HOW ?
the reason would be to serve a lossless codec, which you can't manually set to bocksize 512. So instead of adapting the codec to the needs of lossyWav, you would adapt adapt lossyWav to the needs of the codec.
QuoteSo I was merely asking : HOW ?He means a switch in a lossless encoder, not in LossyWAV.
Which lossless codec, that makes use of the "wasted bits" feature, does not allow you to change the blocksize of the encoder?
If the blocksize of the lossless encoder is different from that of the lossyWAV processing then all that will happen is that the output will be encoded slightly less efficiently by the lossless codec.
There will not be a switch in lossyWAV (unless forked) which allows the user to select a processing codec-block-size. A larger codec-block-size results in less bits removed as the effect of a low bin result for one of the FFT analyses will affect the bits-to-remove from more samples when blocks are longer.
Judging from your numerous posts in numerous threads you initiated you're obviously very interested in audio compression.BUT: It would be very welcome if you slow down a bit and appreciate a bit more the many answers you get and really try to understand them.
It would be very welcome if you ... appreciate a bit more the many answers you get and really try to understand them. If - like in this thread - you're asking things again and again that have been answered ...
Not to mention trying some research by yourself before asking another umpteen questions.