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Thread: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

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    Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    Hey, I have odd problem. I am trying to convert normal wav file to Dalet file, but the sound on the Dalet sounds odd.
    If I chooce sample rate 3200, the sounds are really slow and deep, but if I chooce sample rate as 4200, the sounds are fast and high.
    Anyone has idea how to fix this?

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    Re: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    By 3200 and 4200 you mean 32KHz and 48KHz?

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    Re: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    Yes, that is what I mean.
    Rest of the settings are Bitrate is 256 Kbps ja Channels is Stereo.
    Only changing the Sample rate effects on the speed of the sound.

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    Re: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    It is as though the player is not able to read the sample rate correctly?

    Take a file you have converted to dalet which plays wrong, and convert back to WAVE PCM, and play that in say Windows Media Player, does it play correctly?

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    Re: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    I converted the dalet to WAVE PCM form and played it in Windows Media Player, but it still sounds bad. I notiched that it has split second part, here and there, where the talk on the audio sounds normal, or its just some hick-up on the file. It is on the dalet file too. Something really mysterious is on that conver part now.

    It has always worked normaly so far, I had really old version of the dbpoweramp, and in the summer we desided to buy the newest version, but unfortunedly this happens now.

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    Re: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    Add a DSP effect 'Resample' to the dalet conversion, set to 32KHz or (48KHz) matching what the dalet encoder is using.

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    Re: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    Yes! Thank you alot! It works now and the sound is back to normal. Thank you so much for the help. I can get back on working the radio programs we do.

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    Re: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    Open dbpoweramp configuration >> Check for updates

    Your Dalet codec was R5?

    also what was the frequency of the source files, 44KHz?

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    Re: Covertin from Wav to Dalet

    Yes, the Dalet shows codec R5 and the source file is on frequency of 44,1KHz.

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