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How to rip 20-bit CD(and retain all 20bits)
ben
post May 8 2003, 02:47
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I have a 20-bit Telarc CD, and would like to extract it onto my computer. However, I'm not really sure how to go about this without having the WAV truncated to 16-bit. I only have a 16bit soundcard right now, so it's going to get chopped off anyway, but I just want the original, unaltered music in the file.

Any ideas?
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Emanuel
post May 8 2003, 15:56
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QUOTE (tigre @ May 8 2003 - 02:00 PM)
To extract > 16 bit audio from a HDCD the only way I know of that could work is using WMP9 on WinXP, a soundcard capable of 24bit digital output and another one (or the same) with 24bit digital input.

So theoretically it would be possible to playback a HACD using WMP9, and capture the sound with Total Recorder and play it back from wav-files using a 24-bit capable soundcard? A wav-split could then be made from a cue-sheet genereted by EAC. Not really perfect, since you have to manually start the recording i Total Recorder, but perhaps possible?


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- ben   How to rip 20-bit CD(and retain all 20bits)   May 8 2003, 02:47
- - bryant   Audio CDs store all the audio information in only ...   May 8 2003, 03:13
- - Jebus   I am assuming it is a HDCD. This has been discusse...   May 8 2003, 03:19
- - ben   OK cool.. And I just noticed, under the "Tec...   May 8 2003, 03:27
- - tigre   QUOTE (Jebus @ May 7 2003 - 06:19 PM)I am ass...   May 8 2003, 14:00
- - tigre   http://www.apogeedigital.com/pdf/UV-1000.pdf QUOTE...   May 8 2003, 14:16
- - KikeG   Apogee UV dithering is a special dithering algorit...   May 8 2003, 14:36
- - tigre   QUOTE (KikeG @ May 8 2003 - 05:36 AM)Apogee U...   May 8 2003, 14:52
- - GeSomeone   QUOTE (KikeG @ May 8 2003 - 03:36 PM)Apogee U...   May 8 2003, 15:32
- - KikeG   Still, UV uses two bands of noise at high frequenc...   May 8 2003, 15:43
- - Emanuel   QUOTE (tigre @ May 8 2003 - 02:00 PM)To extra...   May 8 2003, 15:56
- - KikeG   QUOTE (Emanuel @ May 8 2003 - 03:56 PM)QUOTE ...   May 8 2003, 16:15
- - tigre   Are you sure total recorder is capable of 24 bit r...   May 8 2003, 16:16
- - KikeG   QUOTE (tigre @ May 8 2003 - 04:16 PM)Are you ...   May 8 2003, 16:37
- - Emanuel   QUOTE (tigre @ May 8 2003 - 04:16 PM)Are you ...   May 8 2003, 16:48
- - Pio2001   Other infos about UV22 : http://recpit.prosoundweb...   May 8 2003, 20:56
- - Emanuel   After a quick look with a 24/96 audio adapter (M-A...   May 8 2003, 23:06
- - Yash   First of all, i'd really like to apologize for...   May 23 2003, 07:17
- - KikeG   QUOTE (Yash @ May 23 2003 - 07:17 AM)First of...   May 23 2003, 08:02
- - Yash   Thanks a lot for the info!   May 23 2003, 10:42
- - Pio2001   QUOTE (KikeG @ May 23 2003 - 10:02 AM)However...   May 23 2003, 11:23
- - KikeG   QUOTE (Pio2001 @ May 23 2003 - 11:23 AM)These...   May 23 2003, 13:34
- - Carlos G   Would it be possible to "reverse engineer...   May 23 2003, 22:31
- - mundschuss   so, its quiet easy to extract the 20bit audio from...   Jun 2 2009, 11:10


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