Wanted: FLAC eksperts; Command lines for framerate/bitres?! 2013-01-22 20:23:42 Hi guys.First of all thank you for this great forum. I have found a lot of great info in here.Now I'm stocked with a question that I just CAN'T find the answer for.I have a DVD-Audio disc containing 3 demo/test songs, stored in 1 single "AOB"-file (DVD-Audio). It is in PCM 96kHz, 24 bit, 5.1ch.As I would like to do some listening tests, I'm converting it to various file-formats including FLAC.I'm using a very basic program called "DVD-Audio Explorer 2008" which can load the DVD-A structure (through the IFO of the DVD-folder), and "extract" the specific tracks from out of the complete .aob-file.By design the program stores the extracted files as PCM wave, but using a command line for external encoder, I can can load the FLAC.exe, extracting directly to FLAC-files. It works perfect, but as it is a very basic program, there's no option for changing the framerate, and bit-depth. Only option is for "stereo downmix", which works very well though.Anyway, what I need is a command line that can "tell" the FLAC encoder, to convert the file to 16bit instead of 24bit, and 48kHz instead of 96kHz. I have been searching through 100 different sites, trying many different (homemade) command lines, but no luck at all. I just CAN'T fint the correct command, for these changes. The FLAC FAQ doesn't says anything I can use, or if so I'm just blind to it?!Can some of you guys help me out? It would make my day, really.