It sounds like that WAV is using a custom compression codec – I’m pretty sure that FMod Ex isn’t designed to pick up on custom windows codecs unless the codec is one that it supports. If you think about it, FMod using windows codecs would mean that it’d only be able to play those WAVs on windows, and not on Linux or Mac or PS2
You should be able to save the wav as an actual OGG file and play it fine – In fact, I imagine there’s a converter tool out there that would strip off the WAV headers and put on OGG headers, so you don’t have to re-encode.
- Janus answered 12 years ago
[quote:15i1d2a1] I would say there is either something wrong with the file or it uses a codec i dont know about.[/quote:15i1d2a1]
There’s nothing wrong with the file as it opens in FL studio and Steinberg Wavlab 5. I do hope you will suport this codec in the future.
Also, I have noticed that FL studio installs a system codec. see description below. You can get the demo here –> http://www.flstudio.com/demo/
You will find wave files in the install pack that don’t play with FMODex
Version 4.00 for Audio compression manager
Copyright 2001 H. Mutsuki
Xiphophorus libVorbis | 20011231
Copyright 2001 Xiphophorus
Compresses and decompresses Ogg Vorbis audio data.
This software is based on a code of ‘libVorbis’.
Thanks Again, Rene
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