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Binary compare for Mac OS X?

Is there a binary compare program that will compare only the decoded PCM output of two audio files? I'm basically looking for a standalone version of foobar2000's bit-compare. I also need it to run on OS X. Does such a program exist? Is it free?
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Binary compare for Mac OS X?

Reply #1
shntool's cmp function, accessible through the command line or with xACT.

 

Binary compare for Mac OS X?

Reply #2
Thanks! I already had xACT but didn't know it had that feature.
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—Aldous Huxley

 
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