Now does this resampler use the "High" or "Very High" setting?Thanks for the component, by the way.
| Quality Band- Rej dB Typical Use | | width | |-q quick n/a ?30 @ playback on | | Fs/4 ancient hardware | |-l low 80% 100 playback on old | | hardware | |-m medium 95% 100 audio playback | |-h high 95% 125 16-bit mastering | | (use with dither) | |-v very high 95% 175 24-bit mastering |
when using in dsp chain and play a 22050Hz file, the playback time displayed in foobar is slower than it should beand it sometimes even stall at 0:00
well... somebody made this testhttp://src.infinitewave.ca/
The SSRC is better than this component, right?Because if you select Passband/Transition, you can see that the SSRC is more similar to the "ideal filter".
I think i found a bugwhen using in dsp chain and play a 22050Hz file, the playback time displayed in foobar is slower than it should beand it sometimes even stall at 0:00there might be something wrong...btw. i love this component
Quote from: vigylant on 19 November, 2008, 04:28:48 PMThe SSRC is better than this component, right?Because if you select Passband/Transition, you can see that the SSRC is more similar to the "ideal filter".I'm afraid that it isn't so simple. Look at:http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....ost&p=81050http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....ost&p=29125
@jaro1: I am not convinced that you did, indeed, hear a difference. The quantifiable differences between PPHS and this resampler are below the threshold of human hearing. Please re-read our terms of service, paying attention to point 8.That is not to diminish the efforts of the developer of this component. I am now using it myself for high quality work, due to the objective differences. Subjectively, however, I am not convinced it is possible to discern between PPHS and the SoX resampler. The site you cited primarily concerns itself with inaudible qualities.
0.4.0... uh, what? Please don't rename stuff so it gets broken in the DSP setup... the names should be kept between updates.
Hi, I know it's a little offtopic, but I wanted to ask lvqcl to something, because I suppose he knows SOX internal routines quiet good yet.
Filter from recent SOX version is perfect, but solution with Convolver plugin (whatever impulse I use) alters a signal after closser look in Audition quiet a lot from what it should do, although frequencygoing could be very close and therefore after listening undistinguishable.
For me is use of Convolver plugin, at least for this purpose, a little unpractical and ultimately inaccurate, so therefore this idea. By the way, it may or may not be a problem, but I think SOX deemph filter has 32bit internal precision, which is, on the other side, for this kind of operation absolutely necessary.