Hello everybody, I'm new to the downsample thing and been reading all your posts. I downloaded the foobar plugin and Sox to try both with the same file and then bit compare the downsampled files in foobar. However two things called my attention: 1 when I downsampled with foobar the bit depth came down from 24 to 16 as expected but the file remains at 96hz.
2 The Sox.exe was intalled but when I hit the icon it doesn't open, only a DOS black window pops up and dissapears immediately.
I installed it the same way I did with others in the preference section: The file was reduced in size and bit depth but foobar still indicates 96hz on the left botom. Perhaps That's the way it is? Or is it that I have to enable something else?
As for the Sox.exe, yes I have no idea how to use a command line program.
bit compare the downsampled files in foobar
Allright saratoga, got it right now: the new file is undenyably14-44. Any recomendation for the resampler settings?: Quality, Passband, Allow aliasing/imaging, Phase respone...
Quote from: Elias Pies de Plomo on 17 November, 2013, 12:31:51 PMbit compare the downsampled files in foobarWhat do you hope to gain by this?
The "Secret Rabbit Code" is a very good quality resampler and is completely Free Software (licensed as GPL). On the webpage you can found a plugin to mass convert files using foobar2000.