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why does mpc encoder resample 48 kHz files, are 44.8 kHz waves not allowed?
bigahoona
post Mar 11 2003, 22:46
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I have a bunch of waves (24 bits 48 kHz) which I want to save as mpc. First i've tried it via cool edit plugin in combination with encoders 1.15r and 1.14 and all became 44,1 kHz (very strange !!!!).
So I want to know if it's still the case that one has to feed mpc encoder with 44.1 kHz waves as it was in the previous releases such as 1.1.

(Besides I found it very strange that Frank writes in the encoder manual, quote: "
PCM input can come from:
Microsoft WAVE format, 44.1 kHz, 8...32 bit, 1...8 channels" since his encoder does not permit 32 bits.)

44.8 has to be 48 kHz of course.............. (stupid bug in topic description)

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post Mar 11 2003, 22:55
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I don't know what your problem is.. When i encode a 48khz wav, 16 or 24bit, it stays that, doesn't change to 44.1. I use Speek's batch encoder and latest alpha or beta.
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Case
post Mar 11 2003, 22:58
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I just tested 48kHz files with Cool Edit filter and couldn't reproduce this. What program do you use to verify that files are 44.1kHz? As far as I know only mppdec, Winamp plugin since 0.97 and foobar2000 support new rates.
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post Mar 11 2003, 23:02
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48kHz works fine here too (encoded with MusedropXPD, MPC1.15r), reported as 48kHz by fb2k on playback.

If you want to encode 32bit .wav files created by CEP you have to save them as 4 byte PCM, not as normalized float.


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post Mar 11 2003, 23:06
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I use media center and the control panel of my EWX 24/96, nevertheless concluding from your reactions I suppose the my OS is badly f***d



(by the way: SK1 I do not know “what really is your problem”;
edit: forget about it, it’s just I’m getting really pissed because of my winXP and terratec)
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post Mar 11 2003, 23:08
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biggrin.gif that's ok. yep i didn't mean it THAT way smile.gif.
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post Mar 11 2003, 23:10
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QUOTE (bigahoona @ Mar 12 2003 - 12:06 AM)
I use media center and the control panel of my EWX 24/96, nevertheless concluding from your reactions I suppose the my OS is badly f***d

Download this 48kHz test file, if Media Center doesn't detect it properly they need to update the MPC plugin.
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bigahoona
post Mar 11 2003, 23:28
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thanks Case, it was indeed a problem with mpc plugin in media center , I'll update it
regards

and thanks for the sample ( came at the right moment I suppose …….)
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post Mar 11 2003, 23:37
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I had the same kind of problems with Windows 2000.
With the newest driver and control panel for the EWX 24/96 I had some problems with the samplerate. Now I use driver 5.00.200.125 and control panel 1.03.26.125 and the problem's are gone.


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post Mar 12 2003, 04:50
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QUOTE
it was indeed a problem with mpc plugin in media center, I'll update it


The current MPC plugin for Media Center is based on the 1.1 version of mppenc. If you configure mppenc as an external encoder in MC, you can use a more recent recommended version like 1.14 or 1.15r. smile.gif

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