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Re: [ARSCLIST] Gold CDs
On 29/09/04, andy kolovos wrote:
> At 12:32 AM 09/29/2004 -0700, you wrote:
>> At 11:51 PM 9/28/2004 -0500, Brandon Burke wrote:
>> I understand what you're saying and agree--and perhaps I'm exposing
>> an ignorance of the field here--but it seems to me that the right
>> information embedded within the header would link the recording on
>> the disc to its proper case (and identity) either way. No?
>> I'm afraid I don't understand what "header" you mean. (And yes, I did
>> wade through all the prior posts of this thread retained below your
>> question. *All* of them.)
> I'm pretty sure Brandon is referring to the WAV file header, that wee
> place where you can cram in a bit of textual metadata into an audio
> file using the RIFF. In a Windows PCM WAV it is akin to a somewhat
> more robust MP3 ID3 Tag. Since my current audio editor (Audition 1.0)
> doesn't support BWF creation, I've yet to actually see inside the BWF
> Generally speaking this would work, but to get at the header you'd
> have to plop the disc into a PC and read the file header through an
> audio editor.
Or if you just want to see it, a Hex viewer. For instance, Total
Commander includes one.