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Thread: Error 4GB wave limit reached, consider enabling RIFF64 support.

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    Question Error 4GB wave limit reached, consider enabling RIFF64 support.

    How do I enabling RIFF64 support?

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    Re: Error 4GB wave limit reached, consider enabling RIFF64 support.

    It is unlikely your player will work with Riff64.

    This codec can go beyond 4GB:

    https://www.dbpoweramp.com/codec-central-wave64.htm

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    Re: Error 4GB wave limit reached, consider enabling RIFF64 support.

    Spoon,

    I have run into the same 4GB file limit and tried your W64 codec. Unfortunately, it did not work. The files were way smaller than anticipated and appeared to be just a fragment of the music.

    Tried to encode a multichannel DSD file and a multichannel flac(DXD) file and both did not work. Used no compression, channels same as source, and 192 or native as the sampling rate.

    Computer is Windows 10 and dbpoweramp is the latest.

    Would really like to get this option working, as the 4GB limit is proving troublesome.

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    Re: Error 4GB wave limit reached, consider enabling RIFF64 support.

    Ah well, I ended up just converting it to 16 bit instead of 24 bit wave and that made it smaller than 4GB.

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    Re: Error 4GB wave limit reached, consider enabling RIFF64 support.

    You should be able to use a lossless codec such as FLAC to go above 4GB of data.

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    Re: Error 4GB wave limit reached, consider enabling RIFF64 support.

    Except when you're trying to use a wave to AC3 converter for movie audio...

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