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Author Topic: Machine-Gun ALAC Files  (Read 1874 times)

scottlf

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Machine-Gun ALAC Files
« on: May 20, 2013, 12:21:46 pm »

I haven't seen this problem brought up so far. I have a number of ALAC files that I made myself from vinyl or 78 rpm originals, all at 48 kHz sampling rate. They all play perfectly well through QuickTime, but in MC certain files will turn into rapid-fire machine gun sounds.

Using MC to convert those files to FLAC retains the machine-gun problem, but converting those files to FLAC outside of MC, then importing them into MC, results in a properly behaved audio file.

I have not found this problem to occur with any other but these particular files -- i.e., I made them myself, they're 48 kHz and 24 bit. Yet the situation isn't consistent: certain files will have no problems, and other ones do.

I have placed a copy of one of the offending files here:

http://scottfoglesong.com/ch_ora.m4a

so y'all can check this and find out what's going on, if possible.

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JohnT

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Re: Machine-Gun ALAC Files
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2013, 12:58:18 pm »

Thanks for the sample.  We can reproduce the problem and are looking into it.
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Re: Machine-Gun ALAC Files
« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2013, 03:15:55 pm »

Next build:
Fixed: Mono ALAC files were not being parsed or played correctly.

Thanks for your help.
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scottlf

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Re: Machine-Gun ALAC Files
« Reply #3 on: May 20, 2013, 04:53:32 pm »

Next build:
Fixed: Mono ALAC files were not being parsed or played correctly.

Thanks for your help.

Thank you for fixing it!
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