Hidden audio in music cd - "ffdshow" - "K-Lite Codec Pack" - WMP

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Hidden audio in music cd - "ffdshow" - "K-Lite Codec Pack" - WMP

Post by wkgames on Fri Oct 07, 2016 10:22 pm

Hello Community, good evening! I need a very big help. I hope someone can help me Sad
In 2005 I first came to Portugal and made many good friends (FAJA), I lost contact with such friends, but revealed to me very important things in music cds that had brought me. I'll just cut to the chase.
I have some music CDs and audio messages in them are hidden ... For example: normal music CDs, various styles. But using the "ffdshow" from the "K-Lite Codec Pack", reveal hidden audio, where people talk about me. Some are with people speaking in Portuguese, English, French, Spanish, Creole, Russian and other languages. I need you to help to use the "K-Lite Codec Pack" and WMP, to be able to hear these hidden audios. These CDs have since I was 15 years old, but only discovered the contents in 2005, when I came to Portugal for the first time. I do not remember how to hear them again. Help me! Please! Thank you and hope to count on you! Big hug "Hugo Leonardo Rosa Domingos Lopes" (wkgames).

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Re: Hidden audio in music cd - "ffdshow" - "K-Lite Codec Pack" - WMP

Post by wkgames on Tue Jan 03, 2017 9:47 pm

There is nothing subliminal message. I think the technology is HTOA, it was also used by terrorists in 2000 to send hidden messages on Music CDs and to make the 9/11. My friends in Portugal taught me to do this with this program and WMP Classic on windows XP. I hope someone here post as it does to listen on windows with such a codec. I no longer have the contact of these Portuguese friends.

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Re: Hidden audio in music cd - "ffdshow" - "K-Lite Codec Pack" - WMP

Post by nikkoaki on Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:45 am

Greetings from portugal! Razz
Wkgames, those hidden tracks you mention are usually recorded in the lead-in (or sometimes in the lead-out) of the cd. The problem is, (almost) all modern optical drives for computers can't read these parts of the cd.
It's not about codecs or players, is really a hardware limitation.
Only some old drives used to be able to read it.
However, if you have a discman or a normal cd player, you should be able to hear them there.
Just let track one start and press the back key. Instead of wraping and going to the last track, it will actually go to track 0 if there is one.
If you want to rip a cd like this, you need a supported drive and software that can rip it, like EAC or dbpoweramp.

EDIT: It's actually not about reading the lead-in or not. But the problem is the same. Some drives that can over-read to the lead-in/out can sometimes also read track 0.

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