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What resampler would you recommend besides SSRC v1.30?, (as SSRC won't work in my file)
Mekatype
post Mar 27 2007, 01:01
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A long time ago and after some careful lurking, I collected some adequate settings to use in SSRC:

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ssrc.exe --rate 48000 --twopass --dither 1 --pdf 1 input.wav output.wav


if further processing is needed, I'd add --bits 24 to it. Now, the File I currently have to work on has a sample rate of 11026Hz as a result of slightly altering the framerate of its corresponding video. As expected, SSRC chokes on it. I wanted to know if you could recommend me something at least as good as SSRC with these settings for a case like this.
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post Mar 28 2007, 01:30
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QUOTE (Mekatype @ Mar 26 2007, 19:01) *
As expected, SSRC chokes on it.
I would say that is unexpected blink.gif

Try just ssrc --rate 48000 in.wav out.wav
edit: I tried this 11026->48000, and indeed it did choke.

I would go get the audio off the original un-altered video and go from there.

And always a good choice: foobar2000

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post Mar 28 2007, 04:55
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QUOTE (gameplaya15143 @ Mar 27 2007, 16:30) *
QUOTE (Mekatype @ Mar 26 2007, 19:01) *
As expected, SSRC chokes on it.
I would say that is unexpected blink.gif

Try just ssrc --rate 48000 in.wav out.wav

I would go get the audio off the original un-altered video and go from there.

And always a good choice: foobar2000



I seem to recall a few threads in this forum where it was said SSRC can't deal with too big upsamples (like, say, 8x) or weird source rates like the 11026Hz of this file. Just to be certain, I tried your suggested settings, but those too didn't work.
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post Mar 28 2007, 06:11
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Did you try dBpoweramp? Make sure to turn on the professional SRC option. It's worth a shot.
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Mekatype
post Mar 28 2007, 13:02
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QUOTE (Demodave @ Mar 27 2007, 21:11) *
Did you try dBpoweramp? Make sure to turn on the professional SRC option. It's worth a shot.


I didn't try that, would you say it's at least as good as SSRC with the chosen settings?


By the way, what do you guys think about SRCDrop?
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post Mar 28 2007, 13:17
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It's expensive, it's not real time, but it's the best. Voxengo R8Brain Pro - as recommended by Bob Katz :-p

http://www.voxengo.com/product/r8brainpro/


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post Mar 28 2007, 14:01
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http://www.rarewares.org/files/others/srcdropV0.5.zip


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dios-mt
post Mar 28 2007, 14:31
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Take a look at sox:
http://sox.sourceforge.net/

This document analyses the diffrent resample algorithms of sox:
http://leute.server.de/wilde/resample.html
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m0rbidini
post Mar 28 2007, 14:41
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Another vote for SRC (the one rjamorim linked). You can read more about it here: http://www.mega-nerd.com/SRC/
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Mekatype
post Mar 28 2007, 21:43
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It's good to read that it's a good replacement for SSRC. I was kinda wary to use it since (at least the Drop version) doesn't have much in the way of customization, but I fully trust you guys. Thanks for the advice smile.gif .
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