Encoder: c:\windows\system32\cmd.exeExtension: halfp.wavParameters: /d /c "f:\userdata\bin\halfprecision" - --stdinname %d -w -silent
.... after compress halfp.wav 16 floating to flac again..
When I first became aware of the Float16 type I found it interesting in terms of maybe having potential as a possible lossy storage type.
NB: the Float16 audio is normalised in the range ±65504.0 rather than the standard ±1.0 (32bit and 64bit floating point audio).
In terms of headroom, due to the added noise associated mantissa bit reduction, I would expect Float16 to be a final format rather than an interim step for further processing.
/d /c C:\bin\TransPCM_beta_0.1.2\TransPCM - --stdinname %d -O 1 -w --silent
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