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the viking 11-09-2004 08:07 AM

Is there a way to upsample from 44.1 to 48kHz ?
I have some captures that have PCM-16 bit-stereo-44.1kHz Sample rate.

I read somewhere in the forum that to make DVD's I need a sample
rate of 48kHz.I also know that I need a higher kb/s when using 48kHz,
to get same audio quality.(44.1kHz:OK quality with 128kb/s and 48kHz:
OK quality with 192kb/s.)

My question is this:Is there a way to "upsample"(!) from 44.1 to 48kHz :?:

I tried to do that with TMPGEnc with toolame02k,but I get a
"choppy" audio when I play the video on my DVD player.

Or do I have to capture everything one more time with 48kHz samlpe rate :?: :?


Prodater64 11-09-2004 08:11 AM

Do use Besweet or Headache.

Dialhot 11-09-2004 08:36 AM

If you want to use tmpgenc, you must use the external tool SSRC.exe for the upsampling operation (environnemental settings / audio tools)

Boulder 11-09-2004 10:15 AM

A little sidenote: a 48kHz audio track won't need that much more bits than a 44.1kHz track.

the viking 11-09-2004 11:42 AM

Thanks for the advices.

I tried with SSRC.exe and TMPGEnc,works fine,But as far as I
can see,the output must be the same as input ,PCM.Can't
get it work using MP2 output ,with toolame02k plugin.

So it seems to me that I have to upsample first then encode to MP2.

So it may be a better idea to use Headac3he or Besweet.


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