MBWF/RF64 audio support?

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MBWF/RF64 audio support?

Spry, Brad
Starting to encounter MBWF/RF64 audio files, which can be produced by
programs such as Audacity when WAV files top 4GB; MBWF/RF64 essentially
breaks WAV's 4GB ceiling.

FITS identification:
<identity format="MBWF/RF64 audio" mimetype="audio/x-wave" toolname="FITS"
toolversion="0.8.3">

Any ideas or hope for MBWF/RF64 support in lame?

MBWF/RF64 technical spec:
https://tech.ebu.ch/docs/tech/tech3306-2009.pdf


Sincerely,

Brad Spry
UNC Charlotte
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Re: MBWF/RF64 audio support?

Robert Hegemann
Hello Brad,

if LAME is build with current libSndfile, then it may already support RF64.

http://mega-nerd.com/libsndfile/#Features

Haven't tested it myself, though.

Ciao Robert


Am 13.07.2016, 21:59 Uhr, schrieb Spry, Brad <[hidden email]>:

> Starting to encounter MBWF/RF64 audio files, which can be produced by
> programs such as Audacity when WAV files top 4GB; MBWF/RF64 essentially
> breaks WAV's 4GB ceiling.
>
> FITS identification:
> <identity format="MBWF/RF64 audio" mimetype="audio/x-wave"  
> toolname="FITS"
> toolversion="0.8.3">
>
> Any ideas or hope for MBWF/RF64 support in lame?
>
> MBWF/RF64 technical spec:
> https://tech.ebu.ch/docs/tech/tech3306-2009.pdf
>
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Brad Spry
> UNC Charlotte

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