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Topic: When converting a 44.1 kHz flac file to opus, the resulting file is 48 kHz? (Read 530 times) previous topic - next topic
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When converting a 44.1 kHz flac file to opus, the resulting file is 48 kHz?

hello I have a question, when converting a flac 44.1 file to opus the resulting file is 48 khz or opus maintains the original sample rate and resamples to 48 during playback

Re: When converting a 44.1 kHz flac file to opus, the resulting file is 48 kHz?

Reply #1
Yes, that is normal. Opus operates at 48 kHz by design.
flac -8 | lame -V2

Re: When converting a 44.1 kHz flac file to opus, the resulting file is 48 kHz?

Reply #2
So because MediaInfo and dBpoweramp show original sample rate and not 48 as it should be


Re: When converting a 44.1 kHz flac file to opus, the resulting file is 48 kHz?

Reply #3
It is an error of the programs when analyzing the audio?

Re: When converting a 44.1 kHz flac file to opus, the resulting file is 48 kHz?

Reply #4
Open file properties with Foobar2000 and you'll see 2 fields: Sample rate and Original sample rate

 

Re: When converting a 44.1 kHz flac file to opus, the resulting file is 48 kHz?

Reply #5
So because MediaInfo and dBpoweramp show original sample rate and not 48 as it should be

My guess is those programs will resample the audio back to 44.1 KHz after decoding, so they show 44.1 KHz. 

 
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