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Thread: FLAC Uncompressed Qeustion

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    FLAC Uncompressed Qeustion

    hello everyone,
    Since hard drive space is not a problem for me i prefer to use flac uncompressed but one cd i ripped it says in file info that it is -1% compressed and its just one song in the whole album the rest is 0% compressed what does this means ? @Spoon @Everyone
    My other cd that i ripped in uncompressed all files are just 0% Compressed, so why my previous album not ?
    Is the file not uncompressed or is it uncompressed ?
    It's just a strange number -1% so its lower then 0 ? I hope somebody can help me out with this.
    Thanks in advance !

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    Re: FLAC Uncompressed Qeustion

    Possibly a rounding error, will mark to look at for the next beta update.

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    Re: FLAC Uncompressed Qeustion

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Possibly a rounding error, will mark to look at for the next beta update.
    Ok but theres no error in my music files or something?

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    Re: FLAC Uncompressed Qeustion

    No, flac is lossless.

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    Re: FLAC Uncompressed Qeustion

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    No, flac is lossless.
    Yes i know that but what i ment was are they all 100% uncompressed or not because one file says -1% compressed.
    So is it 100% uncompressed and is it a bug ?

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    Re: FLAC Uncompressed Qeustion

    It is not a bug, the file will decode exactly as the cd, 100% identical.

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