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foobar 2000 optimum accessible configuration howto?

David Mehler
 

Hello,

I'm using NVDA on windows 10. I am wondering if anyone has a foobar
2000 accessiblity configuration howto or just some general notes to
get it going?

Thanks.
Dave.


Beoplay 895.

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
Has anyone tried the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H95?
They seem to be quite good from what I have read and heard.
I have the AirPods max and they are god even though they hare really heavy to carry around on your head.
But I have never heard a better noise canceling than from apple.
I have had the Bose qc35 and have the Bose N700 but they don’t come close.
SO I wonder how the Beoplay are?
/A


Re: GoldWave 6.51

Howard Traxler
 

You can jump forward and back with the right and left arrows but something has to be turned on; or maybe off.  Can't remember what it is now.  And you can change the size of the jump with the number keys; it's on the view menu.

Howard

On 6/11/2022 11:45 AM, John Covici wrote:
Control-g lets you set the time into the file, and then you can set a
queuepoint at that time. That is all I can think of at the moment.

On Sat, 11 Jun 2022 12:37:03 -0400,
Donald Roberts wrote:
Running GoldWave 6.51 on a Windows 10 desktop with Jaws 2022.

I haven't used GoldWave for a couple of years, so things may have
changed from older versions. When using a screen reader, how do I
move quickly through a large .wav file? I can't just use the
right or left arrow keys. I want to set q points in a large .wav
file but cannot do so unless I can somehow move quickly through
the file.

Thanks in advance for ideas.

Don Roberts






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Re: GoldWave 6.51

John Covici
 

Control-g lets you set the time into the file, and then you can set a
queuepoint at that time. That is all I can think of at the moment.

On Sat, 11 Jun 2022 12:37:03 -0400,
Donald Roberts wrote:

Running GoldWave 6.51 on a Windows 10 desktop with Jaws 2022.

I haven't used GoldWave for a couple of years, so things may have
changed from older versions. When using a screen reader, how do I
move quickly through a large .wav file? I can't just use the
right or left arrow keys. I want to set q points in a large .wav
file but cannot do so unless I can somehow move quickly through
the file.

Thanks in advance for ideas.

Don Roberts






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GoldWave 6.51

Donald Roberts
 

Running GoldWave 6.51 on a Windows 10 desktop with Jaws 2022.

I haven't used GoldWave for a couple of years, so things may have changed from older versions. When using a screen reader, how do I move quickly through a large .wav file? I can't just use the right or left arrow keys. I want to set q points in a large .wav file but cannot do so unless I can somehow move quickly through the file.

Thanks in advance for ideas.

Don Roberts


Re: corrupted files

JM Casey
 

Hah..that's not a problem, that's an advantage. And of course, no GUI = no accessibility issues.
Saved this info for later; thanks.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: May 28, 2022 10:34 AM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Hi!
There’s an app called Photorec that can recover any media file from a lost partition or deleted folder and such.
The problem with that app is that its command based so you need to use the command window to use it.
Check cgsecurity.org <http://cgsecurity.org/> /A

27 maj 2022 kl. 23:12 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

But I used Recuva on it, a program that's supposed to get it all back. Well, it's all back but they are empty files. I tried to get GoldWave to make them well again but it just crashed. I opened one of them in notepad and it just seemed to be full of spaces. I guess I just go back to the source of all those files and see if he's willing to send them all again.


Yeh Tom, not a good habit. Trying to break it.


Howard



On 5/26/2022 11:34 AM, Tom Kaufman wrote:
Yeah...that's the only problem with "shift plus delete: if you have that habit (and I have the same "bad habit) once it's gone, it's gone!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard
Traxler
Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2022 1:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.



On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard



















Re: corrupted files

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
There’s an app called Photorec that can recover any media file from a lost partition or deleted folder and such.
The problem with that app is that its command based so you need to use the command window to use it.
Check cgsecurity.org <http://cgsecurity.org/>
/A

27 maj 2022 kl. 23:12 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

But I used Recuva on it, a program that's supposed to get it all back. Well, it's all back but they are empty files. I tried to get GoldWave to make them well again but it just crashed. I opened one of them in notepad and it just seemed to be full of spaces. I guess I just go back to the source of all those files and see if he's willing to send them all again.


Yeh Tom, not a good habit. Trying to break it.


Howard



On 5/26/2022 11:34 AM, Tom Kaufman wrote:
Yeah...that's the only problem with "shift plus delete: if you have that habit (and I have the same "bad habit) once it's gone, it's gone!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2022 1:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.



On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard



















Re: corrupted files

Tom Kaufman
 

Howard: Not completely a bad habit; saves a step...especially if you're in your email as you then don't need to go into your deleted items (or whatever it's called) folder and delete the unwanted emails; you just need to be absolutely sure that whatever you're deleting is something that you never will need again!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: Friday, May 27, 2022 5:13 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

But I used Recuva on it, a program that's supposed to get it all back. Well, it's all back but they are empty files. I tried to get GoldWave to make them well again but it just crashed. I opened one of them in notepad and it just seemed to be full of spaces. I guess I just go back to the source of all those files and see if he's willing to send them all again.


Yeh Tom, not a good habit. Trying to break it.


Howard



On 5/26/2022 11:34 AM, Tom Kaufman wrote:
Yeah...that's the only problem with "shift plus delete: if you have that habit (and I have the same "bad habit) once it's gone, it's gone!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard
Traxler
Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2022 1:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.



On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard

















Re: corrupted files

Howard Traxler
 

But I used Recuva on it, a program that's supposed to get it all back.  Well, it's all back but they are empty files.  I tried to get GoldWave to make them well again but it just crashed.  I opened one of them in notepad and it just seemed to be full of spaces.  I guess I just go back to the source of all those files and see if he's willing to send them all again.


Yeh Tom, not a good habit.  Trying to break it.


Howard

On 5/26/2022 11:34 AM, Tom Kaufman wrote:
Yeah...that's the only problem with "shift plus delete: if you have that habit (and I have the same "bad habit) once it's gone, it's gone!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2022 1:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.



On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard
















Re: corrupted files

dennis
 

i make sure i put a coppy of everything i have on an external hardrive. then i coppy everything on that one to a second external hardrive. may sound crazy but it's been forever and a day since i lost any material.

On 5/26/2022 12:34 PM, Tom Kaufman wrote:


Yeah...that's the only problem with "shift plus delete: if you have that
habit (and I have the same "bad habit) once it's gone, it's gone! Tom
Kaufman -----Original Message----- From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io>
( all-audio@groups.io ) On Behalf Of Howard Traxler Sent: Thursday, May 26,
2022 1:06 PM To: all-audio@groups.io Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted
files Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC,
switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I
might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot
of entertainment to loose. Howard If it weren't for this bad habbit I have
of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete. On 5/26/2022
11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi! What players do you have? Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted
files for me. Foobar2000 might work. Otherwise you might open them in gold
wave and re save them and see if that works. I guess the mp3 headers are
damaged. /A
26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...> (
htraxler7@... ) : By accident, I deleted a folder full of music;
about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came
back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play
them. How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks. Howard
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Re: corrupted files

JM Casey
 

Aha. I should try that with the supposed discord sound files too as they
have no extension and I can't even figure out what format theyr'e supposed
to be. I want to change the sounds as I don't like them.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: May 26, 2022 02:27 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Hi!
Audacity has a import feature that import just raw audio.
That might help.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 18:59 skrev JM Casey <jmcasey@...>:

I don't find goldwave plays nicely with corrupted files -- the processing
usuallyc rashes with an error. I think your best bet might be VLC. It is
pretty robust and doesn't fall down easily. That said even VlC won't play
everything.
Maybe try using something like mediainfo to see if it can even retrieve
any info about the files.


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard
Traxler
Sent: May 26, 2022 12:41 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

I usually use Winamp. or GoldWave. I also have foobar, VLC, audacity,
and, of course, Groove and WMP; but I don't know those vary well. I guess
I'll try loading a couple into GoldWave first and see if it plays. If not,
then I'll try the others.

Appreciate your thoughts.

Howard


On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if
that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I
used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes
look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard


















Re: corrupted files

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
Audacity has a import feature that import just raw audio.
That might help.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 18:59 skrev JM Casey <jmcasey@...>:

I don't find goldwave plays nicely with corrupted files -- the processing usuallyc rashes with an error. I think your best bet might be VLC. It is pretty robust and doesn't fall down easily. That said even VlC won't play everything.
Maybe try using something like mediainfo to see if it can even retrieve any info about the files.


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: May 26, 2022 12:41 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

I usually use Winamp. or GoldWave. I also have foobar, VLC, audacity, and, of course, Groove and WMP; but I don't know those vary well. I guess I'll try loading a couple into GoldWave first and see if it plays. If not, then I'll try the others.

Appreciate your thoughts.

Howard


On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard


















Re: corrupted files

JM Casey
 

Good idea. Then you'll at least know what it is that you've got left, maybe.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: May 26, 2022 01:32 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

No, I think next, I'll try and editor of some kind. Maybe notepad or a Norton hex editor.

Howard

On 5/26/2022 12:20 PM, JM Casey wrote:
It's possible that, even though you were able to recover the file records, the file data itself has been replaced with with 0s or perhaps some altogether different data. Even though you wouldn’t' be able to make anything of it, have you tried opening one of these in a text editor to see if it even still *looks* like an mp3?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard
Traxler
Sent: May 26, 2022 01:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.



On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard
















Re: corrupted files

Tom Kaufman
 

Yeah...that's the only problem with "shift plus delete: if you have that habit (and I have the same "bad habit) once it's gone, it's gone!
Tom Kaufman

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2022 1:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.



On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard









Re: corrupted files

Howard Traxler
 

No, I think next, I'll try and editor of some kind.  Maybe notepad or a Norton hex editor.

Howard

On 5/26/2022 12:20 PM, JM Casey wrote:
It's possible that, even though you were able to recover the file records, the file data itself has been replaced with with 0s or perhaps some altogether different data. Even though you wouldn’t' be able to make anything of it, have you tried opening one of these in a text editor to see if it even still *looks* like an mp3?


-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: May 26, 2022 01:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.



On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard















Re: corrupted files

JM Casey
 

It's possible that, even though you were able to recover the file records, the file data itself has been replaced with with 0s or perhaps some altogether different data. Even though you wouldn’t' be able to make anything of it, have you tried opening one of these in a text editor to see if it even still *looks* like an mp3?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: May 26, 2022 01:06 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound. VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.



On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard









Re: corrupted files

Howard Traxler
 

Well, I tried GoldWave and couldn't get any info or sound.  VLC, switch, and foobar gave nothing, also.If I knew more about mp3 files I might be able to fix the appropriate byte and get 'em back. That's a lot of entertainment to loose.

Howard

If it weren't for this bad habbit I have of using shift plus delete instead of just plane old delete.

On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard








Re: corrupted files

JM Casey
 

I don't find goldwave plays nicely with corrupted files -- the processing usuallyc rashes with an error. I think your best bet might be VLC. It is pretty robust and doesn't fall down easily. That said even VlC won't play everything.
Maybe try using something like mediainfo to see if it can even retrieve any info about the files.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Howard Traxler
Sent: May 26, 2022 12:41 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] corrupted files

I usually use Winamp. or GoldWave. I also have foobar, VLC, audacity, and, of course, Groove and WMP; but I don't know those vary well. I guess I'll try loading a couple into GoldWave first and see if it plays. If not, then I'll try the others.

Appreciate your thoughts.

Howard


On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard









Re: corrupted files

Howard Traxler
 

I usually use Winamp.  or GoldWave.  I also have foobar, VLC, audacity, and, of course, Groove and WMP; but I don't know those vary well.  I guess I'll try loading a couple into GoldWave first and see  if it plays.  If not, then I'll try the others.

Appreciate your thoughts.

Howard

On 5/26/2022 11:01 AM, Anders Holmberg wrote:
Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
/A

26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard








Re: corrupted files

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
What players do you have?
Vlc used to be able to play even corrupted files for me.
Foobar2000 might work.
Otherwise you might open them in gold wave and re save them and see if that works.
I guess the mp3 headers are damaged.
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26 maj 2022 kl. 17:55 skrev Howard Traxler <htraxler7@...>:

By accident, I deleted a folder full of music; about 600 mp3 files. I used recuva to get them all back. Well, they came back, the names and sizes look right, but now no audio player will play them.

How can I fix 'em? Ideas? Thanks.

Howard





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