I have uploaded two songs (ftp.fmod.org) which [b:noesuj0m]crash[/b:noesuj0m] fmod 220.127.116.11 (and earlier).
CRASH_fmod_4_03_10.wav: This wave file is empty.
CRASH_fmod_4_03_10.mp3: This mp3 file is played correctly on other audio applications (like foobar).
- ultramixer asked 10 years ago
I found an .ogg file that FMOD for some reason fails to recognize. Other players like foobar2000 and Media Player Classic using the Illiminable DirectShow filters have no problems with this file. Other songs from the same album work also with FMOD. This is not really specific to 4.03.10 since it happened with the previous version as well.
c:\fplay> fplay.exe 01.ogg
FMOD error! (24) Unsupported file or audio format.
The problem appears to be at the end of file. I tried removing the last byte and the resulting file plays fine.
[url:2dmzbj8r]http://jsykari.lucid.fi/fplay/01.ogg[/url:2dmzbj8r] (19 MB)
[url=http://jsykari.lucid.fi/fplay/fplay.cpp:2dmzbj8r]Minimal source code[/url:2dmzbj8r] I used to demonstrate the bug
- zum answered 10 years ago
[quote="brett":2a3y4n32]i’ve had a look at this it looks like a problem with the file, so there’s not much i can do. I didnt write the ogg vorbis code (xiph did) so it would be a better idea to ask them why it doesnt work at this time i can’t afford to spend any longer on it. Re-encode the file with an encoder that doesnt put out an invalid file.[/quote:2a3y4n32]
Probably integrating the latest ogg/vorbis version might help.
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