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Thanks for replying. And now I see I should have given more information up front. I'm specifically wondering which of Max's offered WAV formats is the one I should choose when I am ripping a CD to share with folks on other platforms. In my usual trading I offer a checksum of the WAV before compression. The end user (usually on Windows) expects their resulting WAVs to match my checksum. Max shows at least three WAVs, plus a couple more even *I* know aren't what I'm looking for.
The two WAV outputs you should be looking at are libsndfile's WAV (Microsoft) and Core Audio's WAVE. For libsndfile's implementation, use the "Signed 16 bit PCM" setting. For Core Audio's implementation, use "Linear PCM, 16 bit little endian signed integer". These are standard settings and should have the same checksums and be playable by everyone.