[FFmpeg-user] WAV samplerate conversion with CODEC ID 1 ???

christian.will at 4-real.com christian.will at 4-real.com
Tue Sep 15 13:43:17 EEST 2020

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>on: ffmpeg-user <ffmpeg-user-bounces at ffmpeg.org> Im Auftrag von Tobias Rapp
>Gesendet: Dienstag, 15. September 2020 12:32
>An: ffmpeg-user at ffmpeg.org
>Betreff: Re: [FFmpeg-user] WAV samplerate conversion with CODEC ID 1 ???
>On 15.09.2020 12:20, christian.will at 4-real.com wrote:
>> So it is not possible to keep the original format code 1 and ffmpeg will always create an EXTENSIBLE container??
>> Because some software is not able to use the Ext GUIDs.
>> Havent found anything in the ffmpeg format documentation.
>I don't think such an option on WAV format level exists at the moment. 
>Usually the WaveFormatExtensible variant is written by audio software in case of bit-width > 16 or channel count > 2.
>What are the output properties in your case (FFmpeg console output)? And what software did you try opening the output file with?

I see. Yes a force option would be cool if possible hehe
Our format here and generally is 48/24/mono but sometimes also 44/16/mono
The software used to opening was some lip animation software, dont know the name.

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