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repair buggy WMA files


i have some WMA stream rips created with SDP. The format is WMA9 with one 128k audience inside.

Now my problem is, that the streams had buffer underruns while downloading, so the playback stops after some seconds although the stream is complete in size.

Is there any cool software to fix these flaws and resync the streams?

I tried already

- Microsoft Windows Media File Editor
- Microsoft Windows Media Stream Editor
- Winamp
- Cool Edit Pro

but none of those really helped.

Maybe someone of you knows a better alternative for this purpose.

Thanks for help