Due to popular demand, I’ve rewritten one of my older programs called “WaveMP3”. The previous release (v1) originally had two versions: a version that could be used in batch-files (command-line version) and the normal GUI-version. WaveMP3 is a nifty little program that will convert “Normal” MP3’s into MP3’s with the .wav extension so they can be used by programs that don’t support the MP3-format, but do support sound-files in the Windows Wave-format. What the program actually does is adding a so called “RIFF/WAVE”-header in front of the actual MP3 data and, when available, will convert an ID3v1.1 tag into the wave equivalent. This newer version can be used both in “GUI-” as in “Command-line”-mode. Also it’s more flexible, smaller and will also convert the ID3v1.1 tag if one’s available in the MP3. It will reside in your system tray and, when enabled, a drop-target is shown on your desktop.
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WaveMP3 is a freeware program, it can convert any MP3-file in ID3v1.1-Tag format (standard since 1999) to Wav format which is used in Windows sound-file format. Wav-format is a generalized sound-file format, anyone can use it, but it’s mainly used for computers, browsers and also some small programs. It is a wave-file, basically a bit-stream, compressed and contains samples and metadata about the samples. What do you get with WaveMP3 (v1)? * eXtensible-music in your mp3-file? No problem, WaveMP3 will extract eXtensible-music from your ID3v1-tag and output it in eXtensible-format in your Wav-file. * ID3v1.1 tags will be displayed as they’re stored in the MP3 and a wav-tag will be appended with the converted Wav-file as ID3v1.1-tag. * The program will convert the selected Music-category (Artist, Album, Song, etc.) into Wav-format and shows the converted music-tags in the Wav-file. * An option to convert the ID3v2.4-tags in ID3v1.1-form, by using a web-service on WaveMP3 Description: WaveMP3 is a freeware program, it can convert any MP3-file in ID3v1.1-Tag format (standard since 1999) to Wav format which is used in Windows sound-file format. Wav-format is a generalized sound-file format, anyone can use it, but it’s mainly used for computers, browsers and also some small programs. It is a wave-file, basically a bit-stream, compressed and contains samples and metadata about the samples. What do you get with WaveMP3 (v1)? * eXtensible-music in your mp3-file? No problem, WaveMP3 will extract eXtensible-music from your ID3v1-tag and output it in eXtensible-format in your Wav-file. * ID3v1.1 tags will be displayed as they’re stored in the MP3 and a wav-tag will be appended with the converted Wav-file
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* Convert MP3 (Audio) files into WAV files (*) * Add a so called RIFF/WAVE-header to the beginning of the file to be protected/converted * Add the wav-format into the ID3v1 tag * Support for several ID3v1 tags, including v1.0, v1.1 and v1.2 * Support for the ID3v2 tag, which wasn’t available in the previous release * Use a window to interact with the user * Several skins available, the “TrayWindow” being the default. * Command-line/shell-executable version * Use the convert/convert.bat or convert/convert.sh script * View the MP3-filename for conversion * View the ID3v1 and ID3v1.1 tags * View the generated filename * Use a config-file to view the skins available (original, standard and enhanced) * View information about the internal process * Export the generated ID3v1.1-tags to a file and optionally the full MP3-data * Export the filtered ID3v1-tags to a file and optionally the full MP3-data * Create a WAV-file by using the MP3-data and the generated ID3v1-tags * Riff/wav-files are (usually) stored in the same folder the original MP3’s reside * Riff/wav-files are (usually) stored in the same folder the original MP3’s reside * Riff/wav-files are (usually) stored in the same folder the original MP3’s reside * Filter out the ID3v1-tags inside the MP3-file * Filter out the ID3v2-tags inside the MP3-file * Filter out the ID3v1.1-tags inside the MP3-file * Filter out the ID3v1.2-tags inside the MP3-file * Filter out the ID3v1.1-tag inside the ID3v1.2-tag * Edit the generated ID3v1.1-tag * Filter out ID3v1.2-tags inside the ID3v1.1-tag * Edit the generated ID3v1.2-tag * Check if the MP3’s are “protected”-tagged with 2f7fe94e24
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– it’s very small and fast – has a good integration in the sound-system – can be used with ID3v1.1 tags – will also convert ID3v1.1 tags in wav-file format – MP3 is optional – it will work in both GUI- and Command-line-mode – highly configurable – have a good integration with window-systems – has a one-line quick-start-explaining-file – written in C++ and Delphi “ConvertMP3toWav v1.0 By Alexander Köppl This program converts MP3’s to WAV-files with the.wav-extension. The WAV-files are created with all the necessary information in the header that is provided to the MP3-programs in the Windows Wave-format. This should be an optimum way to convert MP3’s into WAV-files that can be used by a variety of audio-programs in the Windows-Wave-format. In the program a user can decide between using the normal GUI-mode (default) and the command-line-version. When the command-line-version is selected then it will find the argument that matches the normal icon in the system tray, or the drop-target (can be changed in the config-file) will be displayed on the desktop. The icon is also highly customizable, so a user can add/remove icons, or change the icon-size. The program is written in Delphi and uses the TMS WavePlayer-Class to parse the MP3 and to check for the ID3v1.1-tag if one’s available. I’ve tried to make the conversion code as general and flexible as possible so it works with the most common MP3-files. The size of the program is well below 200kbytes, and it’s very easy to integrate into any Program in the Windows-Format. You need the WavePlayer-class to be installed to run this program. An explanation of how the WavePlayer-Class works can be found at the link below. This program is provided on the enclosed CD (Download-Files-and-ReadMe).” One of the most commonly asked questions of the VSMV site is what audio formats VSMV
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This is a tiny Wave-to-MP3 converter, for those who use programs like MP3Enc, MP3-XP etc. It adds a RIFF/WAVE-header to the original MP3-file, and is written in C# under Visual Studio in an “ATT”-license. The program itself is between 50 – 60 kilobytes in size. Update: WaveMP3 Version: 5.1 This version can be used both in a normal GUI-mode as well as a Command-line-mode. Also I’ve added a Release Notes section so you know exactly what’s changed in this release. Release Notes: The version 5.0 was last updated on 31st of October 2009. It was mainly a bug-fix, but also had some new features added. Changes since version 4.0: ——————————— -Added support for ID3v1.1-tags: Only supports those tags that are available by default in a MP3-file, but will also convert the standard ID3v1 tag into a Wave one. -Added new option to resize the wave-file in the drop-target, but also added an option to create a new wave-file that will include all new tags that were generated. The new options to create a resized wave-file is: -**-newvideo:** will create a new wave-file with a media-info: – **type:** specifies the media-type (video, audio) – **length:** specifies the new video size(kb) – **width:** specifies the new video width (pixels) – **height:** specifies the new video height (pixels) – **video:** – for video types **width/height** are stored in the file-property: *Width* and *Height* – **audio:** – for audio types **width/height** are stored in the file-property: *Width* and *Height* -The default settings is: – **video:** 100, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 – **audio:** 100, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 – (note: you can find these values in the other options) -Added support for playing the generated wave-files in Windows Media Player. WaveMP3 Menu: ——————- Release Version:
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