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Wavpack Options

Hi there. I recently switched from using Speek's WavPack frontend to his Multi frontend. I enjoy the ability to use different encoders however the Multi frontend did not have any specific presets for WavPack.

All I was looking to get was how to get it to compress in "High" mode since all the other options I was looking for is already there (delete source file, output directory). What would I have to put under Options to achieve this compression setting?


Wavpack Options

Reply #1
The switch for high mode is -h