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Hi

I see this error on 0.9.5 converting an APE image to FLAC.
It barfs on the last file with:

"Error decoding source file (Unsupported format or corrupted file) at 3:23.267 : "blah blah\CDImage.cue" / index: 13".

Any clues?

Error decoding source file (Unsupported format or corrupted file) ...

Reply #1
The error message says it: Your source file seems to be corrupted. If you try to play the file, it should also stop at the same position as indicated.

Error decoding source file (Unsupported format or corrupted file) ...

Reply #2
Is there any way to make foobar just be quiet and deal with it? I, too, have this problem with "corrupt" files... with other players I hear the tiniest glitch at that part of the file but only if I'm paying attention to it.

Error decoding source file (Unsupported format or corrupted file) ...

Reply #3
I'd reencode those files
If age or weaknes doe prohibyte bloudletting you must use boxing

Error decoding source file (Unsupported format or corrupted file) ...

Reply #4
i have the same (similar) problem....when playing most of my CUEs from APEs, WVs, Flacs...., i don't know why!!!!!!!

It say: "Decoding failure at 1:44.676 (Unsupported format or corrupted file): D:\....\CDImage.cue" / index: 3"

...don't say :"Error decoding source file (Unsupported format......." ...but it's similar..

Please somebody help me!!! I'm really tired of this...

Almost all my music, again and again and again....

I don't have "corrupted" files, i certainly know this...when re-play the file at same position it plays normally      .....what a fu...!!!???

Error decoding source file (Unsupported format or corrupted file) ...

Reply #5
"Decoding failure at 6:35.343 (Unsupported format or corrupted file):"
I have this problem only with APE files (foobar 0.9.5.2), I've increased the buffer lenght on the card sound config to 3580, and I think the problem was fixed, but no; the error decoding is not always in the same time of song. I've changed the audio card too, but the problem persists.
Maybe the .dll?

 
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