The conversion is done by an executable known as ‘oggenc’, doing
oggenc -h outputs the following:
OggEnc input files must currently be 24, 16, or 8 bit PCM WAV, AIFF, or AIFF/C
files, 32 bit IEEE floating point WAV, and optionally FLAC or Ogg FLAC. Files
may be mono or stereo (or more channels) and any sample rate.
Alternatively, the --raw option may be used to use a raw PCM data file, which
must be 16 bit stereo little-endian PCM (‘headerless wav’), unless additional
parameters for raw mode are specified.
It should not fail in conversion. The script basically just runs a loop on all the files passing it on to oggenc. If it’s failing then the bug needs to be reported to xiph.org. But, before doing that I’d like to see what is going on with your file… Can I also get a copy? Does the console output anything weird?
This is a mystery, this doesn’t happen on OS X, and doesn’t happen on all windows installations… It’s a permission issue that I have spent days trying to figure out, but have not been able to.
For now, click “show console” before launching a script, you’ll get a lot of info flying by that describes what is going on.
Thanks for checking it out and testing!