Xing and Fraunhofer VBRI
jmartin92 at comcast.net
Thu Dec 9 23:12:43 CET 2010
Tom Kleinpeter wrote:
> Can you search the file for the string VBRI?
> http://www.codeproject.com/KB/audio-video/mpegaudioinfo.aspx has
> details about VBRI headers, and they start with that string.
> I also have a few files from users that get 0 length & 0 bitrate, but
> valid values for sampleRate and channels. The only interesting thing
> I've noticed in my case is the protectionEnabled bit is set to true, but
> perhaps that happens for all files. I'd also be happy to send a test
> file somewhere if someone would like to take a look at it.
> On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 10:51 AM, James O. <houndeyex at gmail.com
> <mailto:houndeyex at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I posted a bit earlier about TagLib and TagLibSharp. The rest of the
> details are in the Stack Overflow question mentioned earlier.
> One answerer pointed out that a primary difference in TagLibSharp is
> that it supports Fraunhofer VBRI headers. I'm not sure if this is
> actually my issue, but I was curious if there is any intention to
> support this header type or if there is some kind of legal/patent
> issue preventing it.
Hi Tom & James:
I think one or two sample files from each of you would be very helpful assuming
there wouldn't be any copyright problems with making them available.
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