To me, the way cdrdao handles wav files when --swap
is set, does not really make sense. IMHO, wav files are
always in Intel byte-order. Thus, it seems starnge to me
that cdrdao swaps the words for those file when --swap
is set. This is even more strange since cdrdao seems to
be able to recognize wav files.
I'd prefer cdrdao to treat wav files _always_ as Intel
byte-order files, independent from the --swap switch. To
me this option makes only sense for raw files.
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