Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: two patches: proper WAV file handling + APEv2&id3v1 tags for everyone
Re: two patches: proper WAV file handling + APEv2&id3v1 tags for everyone
From: Frederic Devernay <frederic.devernay_at_m4x.org>
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2005 12:13:33 +0200
Yes, you're right, so that less than 8-bits wav can be played just like 8-bits
wav, and same holds for 9-16 bits wav, since samples are pre-multiplied. That's
the way I handle these.
Ronald Teune wrote:
> What I read about it is that the standard way is to shift left all bits
> when you don't have full resolution (8 or 16 bit) recordings. But what
> I read from your reaction is there are wav files with a non-rounded
> (to whole bytes) number bits per sample? Man.. that's ugly.
> On Tue, 26 Jul 2005 22:51:41 +0200, Frederic Devernay
> <frederic.devernay_at_m4x.org> wrote:
>> Well, no, I didn't come accross this part of the specs.
>> Actually, less than 8 bits is unsigned, more than 9 bits is unsigned.
>> Does anyody have 8 bits (or less) and 9 to 15 bits WAV files around
>> so that I can test this?
>> Ronald Teune a écrit :
>>> did you test the WAV handling for 8 bit files?
Received on 2005-07-28