I have hundreds of audio files that are 16bit 44.1k mono wav. I used Wavelab 7.2.1 to encode them into ogg files and have encountered this issue:
All of the files have the first 50-60ms cutoff. The file starts by “jumping” into the audio. Using AudioFinder or VLC player to confirm the audio is missing and it can cleary sounds wrong as if the first part of the file is cutoff. This probably won’t affect files if they have lots of blank space at the head (as many songs do), but for tightly edited sfx files this is not good.
Can anyone else confirm this behavior? I have other batch processors that are encoding these files as Ogg with no issues so it doesn’t seem to be a problem with the OGG format as a whole. FYI, I used the Ogg Average bitrate 96 and 128 settings. Both bitrates cause the same issue. All Wavelab 7 encoded OGG files are missing the first 50-60ms of the original source file.
Thanks for any interest or research into this!