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  • untrainedpuppy
    • Sep 2023
    • 2

    How to keep bit depth and sample rate when converting files

    Hi, i am trying to convert 24/96 FLAC from Vinyl rips to AAC, I am aware that AAC can do a max of 24 bit and 96khz and yes I know its compressed, this is just a way for me to listen to higher quality somewhat with my annoying mobile data issues (1-2mbps) when im in town even though it’s unlimited and 5G etc, anyway how do i retain the bit depth and sample rate using DBpowerAmp? Any help is appreciated thanks!
  • Spoon
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    • Apr 2002
    • 44182

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    Re: How to keep bit depth and sample rate when converting files

    aac, mp3, these are lossy codecs and have no bit depth. The frequency would be preserved depending on bit rate.
    Spoon
    www.dbpoweramp.com

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    • untrainedpuppy
      • Sep 2023
      • 2

      #3
      Re: How to keep bit depth and sample rate when converting files

      Originally posted by Spoon
      aac, mp3, these are lossy codecs and have no bit depth. The frequency would be preserved depending on bit rate.
      Hi, i figured it out and Btw AAC can do 24 bits just a FYI however the APPLE AAC Codec can’t but FDK AAC can. I solved the issue, thankyou for the help tho! &*128591;

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