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Thread: Converting my DSF audio files > 24/192 FLAC?

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    Converting my DSF audio files > 24/192 FLAC?

    How do I (batch?) convert my DSF audio files to 24/192 FLAC files? I have dBPoweramp reference 15.1 on my PC. Apologies if I'm posting in wrong category on this forum. Thank you.

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    Re: Converting my DSF audio files > 24/192 FLAC?

    You have installed the DSD codec from Codec Central?

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    Re: Converting my DSF audio files > 24/192 FLAC?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    You have installed the DSD codec from Codec Central?
    Yes it's been installed on current and previous version of dBpoweramp.

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    Re: Converting my DSF audio files > 24/192 FLAC?

    Check in dBpoweramp configuration that the decoder is listed on the codecs tab, try right clicking on a .dsf file >> Convert To

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    Re: Converting my DSF audio files > 24/192 FLAC?

    I reinstalled DSD codec and now installed, although this reinstall added "dbpoweramp > music converter > Help" below my original dbpoweramp program menu on desktop. Can I delete this second desktop link/menu - or could deleting it cause problem? My original desktop > programs > dbpoweramp > menu already has music converter and Help in the menu. Thank you for your help. A screen shot would have been helpful, if I knew how to capture and attach to my post.
    Last edited by geoffrey; 01-25-2015 at 10:39 AM.

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    Re: Converting my DSF audio files > 24/192 FLAC?

    The help icons are not important to the running of the program and can be deleted.

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    Re: Converting my DSF audio files > 24/192 FLAC?

    Thanks Spoon. Of all the software I've used since mid-1990's, dBpoweramp and JRiver rank near the top.

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