Unable to open item for playback (24-bit WMA Lossless decoding is broken on Wind 2020-04-15 01:33:50 Running Windows 10 version 1909 OS Build 18363.778, Foobar2K 1.53, FFmpeg Decoder Wrapper 0.5.5 (FFmpeg builds 4.2.2 for ffmpeg.exe and ffprobe.exe). Trying to implement the patch to get my 24BPS (bits per sample) WMA files to play with Foobar2K. I get the error message when trying to play a file of this format: "Unable to open item for playback (24-bit WMA Lossless decoding is broken on Windows 10, use foo_input_ffmpeg to decode this file): Windows uses the same file extension (WMA) for both the 16 and 24 BPS and I don't want to use the using the FFmpeg Decoder Wrapper to decode the 16 BPS files since they play fine. Is there a way using the FFmpeg Decoder Wrapper to identify the 24 BPS WMA files? As far as I can tell I can only add a "WMA" file extension to the list of files to convert. As a side note Windows Media Player, VLC Media Player, Groove Music, and Wave Pad Sound Editor have no problem playing these files. Foobar2K is pointing to Windows as the culprit however since the files play in other music players I am thinking it may be Foobar2K that has the problem.