Create .TXTH from unmodified .OGG by asam1 at 5:02 PM EDT on August 19, 2019
I'm asking for a guide or tips on how to create loopable music from .ogg files/rips.
I know the Metadata 'LOOP_START=' edit, but it's not a clean process - it adds/replaces data inside the file, and does not preserve original .ogg. GENH is too much, and I'm being told that TXTH is the way to go, but I did not find OGG format.
I tried codec = FFMPEG, channels = 2, sample_rate = 44100, loop_start_sample = <###>, num_samples = <###> or data_size, but the .logg.thtx file does not play.
If it's not much bother.
by punk7890-2 at 7:07 PM EDT on August 19, 2019
You can use txtp commands for what you what to do.
by asam1 at 8:44 PM EDT on August 19, 2019
track002.ogg#I 928800
did the trick! (& changing .txth -> .txtp)
Now we just need a way to reduce filespace comsumption. Too many 24-byte files surely fill the disk... eh

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