[ardour-users] Files, created by Ardour, not recognized by any other programm...

Vadim Kupriyanov vadline at solnet.ru
Tue Mar 28 04:40:55 PST 2006

Ardour can't read this files himself... I create new session, make  
import audio (copy) and It wrtie;

[ERROR]: file "/Users/Vadim/Desktop/test Ardour/sounds/Audio 1-2.wav"  
appears not to be an audio file

Best regards,

On Mar 28, 2006, at 4:13 PM, Paul Davis wrote:

> On Tue, 2006-03-28 at 15:59 +0400, Vadim Kupriyanov wrote:
>> Hi!
>> I make new session, record sound. (I has tried Wave and broadcast
>> wave) native format - if I open recorded sound (from Audiofiles), I
>> can’t play it in any programm… Any idea?
> what apps are you using to try to open them with? ardour uses 32 bit
> floating point data, and many applications fail to open this perfectly
> legal file format because they've never seen it before. this  
> problem is
> even worse on linux, where a bazillion apps implement their own  
> code to
> handle WAVE files and get it wrong.
> my feeling is that if libsndfile, an open source library that works on
> win32, win64, OS X, linux and most other unix-like operating systems,
> can open the files, then its a problem with the applications and they
> need to be fixed. if libsndfile's utilities (e.g. sndfile-info,  
> sndfile-
> play) cannot open them, its ardour's problem and it needs fixing.
> --p

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