[mad-user] decoding to wav
Anthony Airon Oetzmann
Anthony Airon Oetzmann" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Thu, 14 Dec 2000 21:16:16 +0100
On Thu, 14 Dec 2000 14:49:48 -0500, Rob Leslie wrote:
>"Anthony Airon Oetzmann" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> IN any case, for all of you who'd like to write mp3 to a WAV file, have the
>> file all by itself in the playlist of Winamp, decode it once to get the
>> perfect noclipping signal, then decode it again with that attenuation
>> setting. Only having one file in the playlist will ensure that that
>> attenuation setting is kept, since MAD cannot write that attenuation setting
>> to a file or registry yet(?).
>Unfortunately, the setting is not remembered even when the file is played
>again immediately. Sorry -- this feature is yet to come.
Ahaa! But it is if you keep the info window open AND have another way to
If you have the Winamp main window and the Playlist window open, you can
activate the INFO on one and still START/STOP/FF/REWIND the playback in the
This is easy to prove by playing a file that clips. Keep the info window open
and click on your other WInamp window(main or Playlist) and hit 'X' to play. As
you will see the attenuation section will not add any more samples to the
"Clipped Samples". The attenuation stays and you're cool to go :).
I know it's a workaround, but it works.