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WavPack x64 Help
post Jul 18 2011, 05:30
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Hi, I've been trying to figure out how to get my WavPack files to play in a 64bit Direct Show player. Has anyone been able to to this?

When I went to Windows 7 I went to 64bit since it seemed like a good time to do it. I use Windows Media Center for my wife and daughter's music because it has a nice easy interface and we also use it to DVR TV. The W7MC on 64bit Windows 7 is a 64bit version. There isn't a 32bit version available. Windows 7 64bit, does have both 32 and 64bit versions of Windows Media Player.

When I install the Directshow Filter from CoreCodec.org on the WavPack website it enables playback of .wv files in the 32bit Windows Media Player but not the 64. The 64bit players don't recognize the file and the 64bit GraphStudio can't open it. I don't see a 64bit version of the Directshow filter on the CoreCodec.org website. And I haven't been able to find any other one anywhere else either.

FFDShow Tryouts has a 64bit WavPack decoder, but there is no splitter. So by itself it doesn't help much. I think I read the Matroska can handle WavPack? But maybe the splitter can only split it out of MKV/MKA files, not WV files? Installing Haali didn't help me at all.

I see a thread in this forum asking for x64 support back in Feb 2009. Two years later, there is still nothing?

I'll see if I can petition CoreCodec.org for a 64bit version. I encourage others to do the same.

Anyone else have any other ideas?

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- Sunraycer   WavPack x64 Help   Jul 18 2011, 05:30
- - Klaus-THX   maybe this works   Jul 18 2011, 06:26
|- - Sunraycer   QUOTE (Klaus-THX @ Jul 17 2011, 23:2...   Jul 18 2011, 19:40
- - bryant   Sorry you're having trouble with this. I will ...   Jul 19 2011, 18:10
- - michailgm   Try wavpack-directshow   Aug 17 2011, 06:53

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