I have two questions related to using Windows Media Audio 9 Lossless with lossyWAV, which just maybe someone in this forum section can help with...
1. Does anyone know of a batch / command line / ACM codec for Window Media Audio 9 Lossless?
2. Does anyone know what specific block size (if any) it uses to determine "wasted_bits"? It seems to work well with lossyWAV at 512, but it may use something else internally.
(If you don't know what I'm talking about, here's some information about lossyWAV (http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=LossyWAV) if you're interested)
It looks like someone had some success doing something similar with the Windows Media 9 Encoder tool.
That post has a link to it for the WMEncoder.exe, but the program is no longer on the page from what I could tell. I found it by searching in Google, the download is here:
I'm not sure if this will work for you or not, but good luck!
From memory, WMALSL uses a block-size of 2048 samples.
You're right Zoom - there's a script interface included with the standard download.
cscript.exe wmcmd.vbs –input C:\My-songs\Song1.wav –output C:\My-songs-coded\Song1.wma -a_codec WMA9LSL -a_mode 2