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How to force PCM to be upsampled "on the fly" to DSD

Basically I want to have foobar output everything I play as DSD64 (regardless of whether it is PCM or DSD)

I have a DSD capable DAC (Benchmark DAC3) and I use foobar to play everything and thus far it plays bit perfect FLAC and DSD.
I am wondering is there a way to force F2k to upsample/resample PCM to DSD64.

I have searched the forum and cannot find a clear answer and everything I have tried fails - I am sure I am missing a key step somewhere

Re: How to force PCM to be upsampled "on the fly" to DSD

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Basically I want to have foobar output everything I play as DSD64 (regardless of whether it is PCM or DSD)

I have a DSD capable DAC (Benchmark DAC3) and I use foobar to play everything and thus far it plays bit perfect FLAC and DSD.
I am wondering is there a way to force F2k to upsample/resample PCM to DSD64.

I have searched the forum and cannot find a clear answer and everything I have tried fails - I am sure I am missing a key step somewhere

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Re: How to force PCM to be upsampled "on the fly" to DSD

Reply #2
You need the SACD plugin (foo_input_sacd) which comes with the DSD processor plugin. You can get it here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/sacddecoder/files/foo_input_sacd/

Instructions on how to set up the DSD processor can be found here, scroll down to option 3: https://diyaudioheaven.wordpress.com/digital/pc-software/foobar-2000-for-dummies-part-3-new-experimental-sacd-plugin-v-0-9-x/

 
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