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*'''Question:''' Why create a processor which means that I cannot be sure that a lossless file is truly lossless?
 
*'''Question:''' Why create a processor which means that I cannot be sure that a lossless file is truly lossless?
*'''Answer:''' Unless one creates the lossless file personally, one can '''never''' be completely sure that the file is indeed lossless. E.g. a lossless file you receive could be transcoded from [[MP3]] without your knowledge. To distinguish a lossyWAV file from lossless files it is recommended to use the extension .lossy.EXT where EXT is the original extension e.g. .lossy.flac
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*'''Answer:''' Unless one creates the lossless file personally, one can '''never''' be completely sure that the file is indeed lossless. e.g. If a WAV file is encoded to [[MP3]] and then transcoded to a lossless codec, how can this pre-processing be easily determined?
  
 
*'''Question:''' Is it [[Variable Bitrate|VBR]]?
 
*'''Question:''' Is it [[Variable Bitrate|VBR]]?

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