Pascal Hibon wrote: 
> ALAC files play fine on my iPhone with iPeng (latest versions).
> Maybe there is something else at play. I've had some issues with ALAC
> files and piCorePlayer a while back. Can't remember what the exact
> explanation was but it had something to do with the way the ALAC files
> were constructed. Simply having the ALAC files recreated by iTunes
> (convert to feature in iTunes) solved that.

Thanks for the heads-up. Some ALAC files play, and some do not, so it
certainly seems like an encoding issue of some kind. 


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