play1.flac is 180 megabytes. Here's a cleaner sample, 16 seconds of silence:

$ file test1*.flac
test1.flac:   FLAC audio bitstream data, 24 bit, stereo, 44.1 kHz, length 
unknown
test1_s.flac: FLAC audio bitstream data, 24 bit, stereo, 44.1 kHz, 741888 
samples

Audacity can import test1_s.flac, but not test1.flac. (However, in this case totem seems unable to work out the total length of test1.flac, and shows "Streaming" instead.)

Also when I try to re-code test1.flac directly (instead of using WAV as an intermediate), it comes out with:

$ flac -o test1_r.flac test1.flac
[...]
test1.flac: ERROR: FLAC input has STREAMINFO with unknown total samples which is not supported


On 29/07/10 03:20, Reinhard Tartler wrote:
On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 21:29:17 (EDT), Ximin Luo wrote:

$ file play1*.flac
play1.flac:   FLAC audio bitstream data, 24 bit, stereo, 44.1 kHz, length 
unknown

can you please attach play1 to this bug?

I'm not that familiar with audacity nor its flac support itself, but I
guess an expert would certainly ask for a 'broken' sample in order to be
able to reproduce it without need to install and use the gnome sound recorder.


Attachment: test1.flac
Description: audio/flac

Attachment: test1_s.flac
Description: audio/flac

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