Both good suggestions.
The files were ingested at 96K, 24Bit. So I have some headroom.
I'll try both ideas and report back.
On 1/26/2019 7:38 PM, Mickey Clark wrote:
> John- is there any higher sample rate ? - you could try resampling to
> a higher rate then resample back. but you're probably already maxed
> out for that
> another way is saving the file as .raw format then when you open it,
> in a .wav studio, the computer should call for the sample information
> from you. you enter that then save it with the formatting - -Mickey
> -----Original Message----- From: John Schroth
> Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2019 3:44 PM
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] corrupted WAV files
> Hoping to get some input from the group.
> I had a bunch of high res WAV files that I set up for a batch conversion
> in Wavelab over the weekend. I went into the office several hours ago to
> find that the computer had a hickup and tried to shut down. Any original
> high-res WAV file that was still in the cue for render (or being
> rendered at the time, I don't know which) has now become corrupt.
> They open and play in Wavelab, you can see the waveform and it looks to
> be without issue. If you look at them in a folder viewed with the
> details on (PC Windows 7) , there's a file size but no length associated
> with the corrupted files. They will not play in Windows media player
> although other files with the same resolution will.
> I can save the files off as version with a different file name but the
> resultant file copy still has no length and has the same issues playing
> in Media Player. I've also tried making some slight audio modifications
> to the file while in Wavelab and rendering out the changes and saving
> off the new version. Still same issues.
> Has anyone experience this file corruption issue and did you find a
> Kind Regards,
> John Schroth
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