Best Audiochecker program? 2020-03-03 12:20:31 Hello, I have just made this account. Long time user of foobar, occasional lurker here on the forums. I have been trying to get to the bottom of this problem I've had with finding a decent audiochecker program. I hope this is the right sub-forum to post this in. I just typed out my inquiry on another site, so I'll just copy and paste that here:Can somebody help me out, or direct me to a site I should go to to ask about the best audiochecker program? I have lossless audio files on my computer that I want to verify their authenticity with. It's mostly stuff I bought off of bandcamp, 7digital, qobuz, and sites like that depending on the artist. I typically use a spectogram (spek is a great program) which is a great way to snuff out the obvious transcodes. But sometimes the spectogram isn't enough. I've noticed that some 320kbps mp3's or even iTunes AAC's (256 kbps) still have the high 22 khz ceiling, so they're virtually identical under a spectogram. I also have Adobe Audition if this helps.I have always used a program called Audiochecker by Dester. This is a good program but it hasn't been updated since 2006, and for some reason I can't get it to write a .log file for me when it's done. I guess I could just copy and paste the results, but when you go into the "show complete log" option it doesn't include the overall CDDA percentage it shows in the main menu. It's not a huge inconvenience, just annoying.Then I started using a program called Lossless Audio Checker, which is one of the first things that shows up when you google for audiocheckers. It writes .log files for you. Great, right? Not really. I've noticed that no matter what I put in, it always comes out saying "Clean". Even files that come up as MPEG on the other program.I also tried a program from y-soft.org (defunct site) called aucdTectManager. This one is really good, I think. It seems to be out of comission as far as updates though. However, I can't figure out how to get it to write a .log file! It can only do one file at a time and it analyzes the md5 checksum and stuff like that. I just want one convenient .log for CDDA checking! If anybody has used this program I'd like to know how to make it write a .log for a series of files.Then just before typing this, I tried a program called tau analyzer. Unfortunately it only reads CD's, so that's not going to work (unless I burn my files to a CD first which I don't feel like doing).