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Thread: Batch convert to multiple formats simultaneously

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    Question Batch convert to multiple formats simultaneously

    Hi everyone! Is there a way to convert audio file(s) from one format (e.g. WAV 24b/48kHz) to multiple output files of different formats in one operation? For ex.

    INPUT (all files in WAV 24/48):
    audiofile1.wav
    audiofile2.wav
    ...

    OUTPUT:
    audiofile1.wav (16/44.1), audiofile1.mp3 (320kbps), audiofile1.mp3 (128kbps), audiofile1.flac
    audiofile2.wav (16/44.1), audiofile2.mp3 (320kbps), audiofile2.mp3 (128kbps), audiofile2.flac
    ...

    Did anyone wrote a script for it or is it a built-in capability in DB Pro?

    Also: is it possible to create mp3 files (44.1 or 48kHz) from any other sampling rate (e.g. 44.1, 48, 96 kHz, etc.) ?
    Thanks. IamNemo
    Last edited by IamNemo; 01-31-2020 at 11:11 AM.

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    Re: Batch convert to multiple formats simultaneously

    Yes, set the encoder to Multi-Encoder and add the encoders as required.

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    Question Re: Batch convert to multiple formats simultaneously

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Yes, set the encoder to Multi-Encoder and add the encoders as required.
    Thanks Spoon. Worked like a charm. And support for mp3 at 44.1 AND 48 kHz. Great !!
    Another question: it is possible to create a template with variable fields based on the conversion for the output filenames such as:

    <original path><original filename>_[number of bits]_[number of channels]_[sampling rate]_[kbps].extension

    or any combo of such fields?
    Thanks again !!

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    Re: Batch convert to multiple formats simultaneously


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