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Shibatch sampling rate converter., command line option.
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post May 8 2004, 12:55
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I have a few directorys with wav`s 16 - 32000, i need to convert them anyway.
but i also need to remaster them (try), and my idea was to write a simple script
to convert them to 24 bit 44100, but my knowledge to ssrc from command line is as good as zero.
can someone assist me.
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kennedyb4
post May 8 2004, 13:24
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Would a gui help?
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post May 8 2004, 13:30
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don't they usually?


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post May 8 2004, 13:47
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CODE
FOR %f IN (*.wav) DO ssrc --rate 44100 --bits 24 --profile fast "%f" "%f_44.1khz_24bit.wav"

It should be easier with using foobar2000.


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post May 8 2004, 13:48
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Not realy.
I mean, in this case am going to just convert them.
But am also going to copy that script, in reverse order
with a encoder at the end.
A GUI would have been fine if am just was going to use ssrc.
so am going for a script.
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