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David Seubert wrote: 
>...at least archivists have agreed that we'll use the BFW 
>headers for wav files...
>...If the AES, the EBU, or major manufacturers get together and decide on a 
>standard for the the storage of losslessly compressed audio, I'll be 
>right on board...

We're well on our way to a real standard in mp4als.

I'm using WavPack because it supports floating point files and retains metadata including BWF headers. It runs in command-line which I'm told is relatively future-proof. My tests showed absolutely perfect file restoration. Hopefully the mp4als folks understand the need for BWF header support.

Bob Olhsson Audio Mastery, Nashville TN
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