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Speex encoding

Sorry, I'm trying to convert to speex.
With intermediate wav file it works but when piping it doesn't.
I've tried various command-line options but I assume it should work even when putting
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- %d
as there seems to be no option to filter out missing wave header.
Does anybody have some ideas?

Speex encoding

Reply #1
The .wav header is not missing, it is merely reporting a file and data section length of 0xFFFFFFFF, which is probably confusing it. Try searching the encoder's help section for keywords like "ignore" or "length."

Speex encoding

Reply #2
Unfortunatelly I've found nothing like that in the Speex manual nor speexenc help. It looks piping is not going to work in real time.

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