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by Vittas at 9:42 AM EST on December 2, 2014
So, if I've interpreted everything correctly, foobar users are just going to have to wait, right? But we will get support for these files, right?

Also, how do I choose which channels to output with test.exe? It just shows me the same options as the readme, which I have no idea how to use, plus "-r outfile2.wav" and "-2 N".

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by WowZipZipBoomBoomWow at 10:46 AM EST on December 2, 2014
You can't choose specific channels. You can choose a specific pair of channels. To choose the first pair of channels use:
test -o out.wav -2 0 in.file
To choose the second pair of channels use:
test -o out.wav -2 1 in.file

I've never gotten the -r option to work (the second output file is always messed up). I don't need it so I've never looked into it.
by starerik at 10:53 AM EST on December 2, 2014
Sorry for offtopic, but while on test.exe topic, is there any way to batch convert all files present in the test.exe folder? Just like with towav, that would be neat.
by Vittas at 11:25 AM EST on December 2, 2014
@WowZipZipBoomBoomWow
Thanks! Is it possible to make it loop longer?
by starerik at 11:26 AM EST on December 2, 2014
It's specified in the readme how to make it loop longer.
by Vittas at 1:41 PM EST on December 2, 2014
@starerik Yeah, I just got how to do that. Sorry about that.
by WowZipZipBoomBoomWow at 1:56 PM EST on December 2, 2014
test -o out.wav -l 5 will make it loop 5 times, using the detected loop points in the file.

You can easily batch convert all files present in the current directory by using FOR and the DIR command.

FOR /F "usebackq" %A IN (`DIR /B`) DO test -o %A.wav %A

If you're calling this in a batch file, use %%A instead of %A. To prevent test.exe from trying to run on itself of the other files in its directory, you can do DIR /B *.format (where format is the file extension of the files you're processing with test.exe), or you can do DIR /B sub\ where sub\ is a subfolder containing all the files you wish to process.
by Franpa at 11:05 PM EST on December 2, 2014
Ah in that case it might be the drums in Mario Kart 8 that is making me think some instruments are missing because everything else is much quieter than the drums which makes the music feel empty.
by ryanrocks462 at 12:41 AM EST on December 3, 2014
i will say when converting into way you hear the channels not set to their correct levels but when i run them on a mac they sound perfect
by starerik at 8:00 AM EST on December 3, 2014
@WowZip Thanks a lot!

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