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I'm having trouble converting a .wv file to something that Audivarna can recognise. 

Using XLD  it seems to work - ie it becomes  '.flac',  but the file still won't play.

Any ideas?

 

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20 minutes ago, buddyev said:

 

I'm having trouble converting a .wv file to something that Audivarna can recognise. 

Using XLD  it seems to work - ie it becomes  '.flac',  but the file still won't play.

Any ideas?

 

 

Play vinyl, instead?  xD

 

Andy

 

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4 minutes ago, davewantsmoore said:

No.  XLD should convert wavepack without any fuss or secret handshakes required.   🤔

yes, I've used XLD a lot and its usually excellent. It's making what looks like a flac file but it won't play.  I think the original .wv files must be corrupted. 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, buddyev said:

must be corrupted. 

 

ICAC will fix it.

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I'm pretty sure I've used CueTools to do it, but that might have been when an entire album is one wavepack file with a cue sheet.

 

Can you play the wv files in VLC or similar? Just thinking of how to test them to see if they're corrupt.

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35 minutes ago, pwstereo said:

I'm pretty sure I've used CueTools to do it, but that might have been when an entire album is one wavepack file with a cue sheet.

 

Can you play the wv files in VLC or similar? Just thinking of how to test them to see if they're corrupt.

Thanks, I will try VLC.

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29 minutes ago, stereo coffee said:

I would usually engage soundconvertor in Linux to do this

Screenshot from 2020-09-24 15-57-06.png

That’s a very similar interface to XLD.

I think the files are corrupted. 

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