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Thread: Problem with DSF format in wavpack container

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    Problem with DSF format in wavpack container

    I've ripped my SACD collection to DSF files - and because it saves 50% space, converted them to wavpack. (With wavpack 5, it's possible to leave the DSD stream unconverted).
    These files play fine with all players using ffmpg, where they are converted to PCM on the fly.

    Now my problem: Asset UPnP doesn't see them.
    They are tagged with APEv2. When I look with BubbleUPnP, each album has a folder with a picture, but it doesn't contain any tracks. With wavpack PCM (and APEv2) it would work.

    Other DNLA servers like Plex or Jellyfin are able to show them correctly.

    Is there a solution for this?

    Regards,
    Martin

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    Re: Problem with DSF format in wavpack container

    Thanks for bringing this up.
    Support for DSD in WavPack has been enabled in a new beta version (Linux & Mac for now)-
    https://forum.dbpoweramp.com/showthr...-Mac-R7-4-beta
    I'm expecting problems to show up with some players as they might pick WavPack as played format then fail to decode if they don't specifically support this.
    Setting .WV to decode as WAV or LPCM should work.
    I'm looking into adding DSD passthrough option but it's not trivial to do, maybe for the next major release.

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    Re: Problem with DSF format in wavpack container

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterP View Post
    Thanks for bringing this up.
    Support for DSD in WavPack has been enabled in a new beta version (Linux & Mac for now)-
    Sorry for the late reply - but thank you!
    Works perfect for me.

    Regards,
    Martin

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