When opening an WAV/BWF file, my audio software crashes. What should I check?

Updated 3 weeks ago by Logan Sturgeon

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Wav and Bwf files contains numerous descriptive header parameters. Those parameters can be corrupted during a transmission or during a disk access (read/write). So the firstthing to check is the header names and size. The number of optional headers may result in a non-supported WAV by your audio software. When using WFA converter BWF to Monos or Monos to BWF, it is possible to output a WAV/BWF file containing only mandatory headers with header size correction.


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