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  • Michael47
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Extract audio files from DVD for Banshee
Hi
First for audio files I'm a beginner, and English is not in my naturals languages.
Voila:
I use Banshee for my CD audio files, and now I will integrated also the audio files from my musicals DVDs.
I can extract the audio files from DVD with Devidyfi, with *.wav output. It's work fine.
I can read and play the file with Audacity
I can compress the *.wav files to *.wv files with wavpack, default settings, it's works fine also.
I can update the tags with Easy Tag, it's work fine.
I can import the files like "media" in Banshee, it's works ..
I can start to play the files in Banshee, but not sound , and sometime freezen.
When I take a look to the file description, i found a difference in the simple rate
banshee CD extractions are setting to 44100
my DVD extractions are setting to 48000.
With Google I found some problems with this rating Sample rate problems
I've play with the option
Quote
-bn = enable hybrid compression, n = 2.0 to 23.9 bits/sample, or
                                n = 24-9600 kbits/second (kbps)

but I don't found the solution.
Please can you tell me what I must do, to extract
wav files with simple rate 48000
to
*.wv files with simple rate 44100
Merci par avance
Michael


  • pbelkner
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Extract audio files from DVD for Banshee
Reply #1
Please can you tell me what I must do, to extract
wav files with simple rate 48000
to
*.wv files with simple rate 44100
Merci par avance
Michael

To convert 48000 Hz WAV to 44100 Hz WV you can use SoX (http://sox.sourceforge.net/:

Code: [Select]
sox y.wav -r 44100 y.wv

  • Michael47
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Extract audio files from DVD for Banshee
Reply #2
Please can you tell me what I must do, to extract
wav files with simple rate 48000
to
*.wv files with simple rate 44100
Merci par avance
Michael

To convert 48000 Hz WAV to 44100 Hz WV you can use SoX (http://sox.sourceforge.net/:

Code: [Select]
sox y.wav -r 44100 y.wv



Thank you very much, it's works fine.

Michael