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Ripping old CDs to MP3 using LAME - Resample?
BFG
post Oct 17 2012, 02:54
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Quick question to those who know a LOT more about high-quality lossy rips than I do.
Is there any perceivable benefit (or, perhaps, disadvantage) to upsampling CDs--which typically are encoded at 44.1khz - to 48khz?

I've compared a handful of tracks at both sample rates and, so far, can't tell any difference between the two.
Right now I'm running LAME 3.99.5 -v -V0 -q0 --replaygain-accurate.
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greynol
post Oct 17 2012, 04:48
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What's with the accurate replay gain scanning? Are you using one of the tiny fraction of apps/plugins that actually makes use of RG info in the Lame header?

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post Oct 17 2012, 17:14
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QUOTE (greynol @ Oct 16 2012, 22:48) *
What's with the accurate replay gain scanning? Are you using one of the tiny fraction of apps/plugins that actually makes use of RG info in the Lame header?

It's more for my own interest than anything. I like to compare the LAME calculation to what I get through MP3Gain. And on my machine it only adds a half second or so of processing time.
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