AAC Decode bug(?) 2003-10-25 20:53:09 I'm not sure if this is a bug, or a problem in the file that it's playing. I've read through a few of the posts on AAC/MP4 and it seems that more often then not it's because of an incorrect file that something doesn't work rather then it being a bug in the player. I'm playing a song downloaded in MP4 format, from an online encoding service. The MP4 file plays fine, with the exception that for some reason, output from another plugin AMIP is odd, when I 'extract AAC' from the MP4 file, it displays how I'd like it too.MP4: np: 015. Keiko Matsui - [Cherry Blossom #01] Rainy Season [04:48m/311Kbps/44KHz] :: 4 songs played.AAC: np: Keiko Matsui - Rainy Season [04:48m/320Kbps/44KHz] :: 9 songs played. In the MP4 file, the file plays flawlessly, start to finish. On the AAC file, it plays flawlessly all the way to the end, but on the end of the AAC file, an error pops.ERROR (foo_mp4) : Unable to find ADTS syncword Now, all in all, I can really live with the corrupt file, or that error in general occuring, because it doesn't seem to cause any actual audio problems. However, what DOES bother me, is that even with foobar's console options switched to not popup on error, and not to beep, it still pops up and steals focus from whatever I'm working on. I would also just like to know why I get the error anyways, but, if the error can't be fixed, I'd be happy in suppressing it, since it doesn't affect the quality of my audio in any way. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions in regards to this problem.