A way to obtain this result is by using ffprobe and ffmpeg. ffmepg is an open-source top notch command line toolbox aimed at streamlining common operations on audio-visual files. Mainly converting from one codec or format to another, adjusting framerates...
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Audio Myth – “24-bit Audio Has More Resolution Than 16-bit Audio” This myth goes something like this: “Analog audio has infinite amplitude resolution.” “Digital audio is limited to a finite number of steps.” “24-bit audio has more resolution than 16-bit...
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A Meta-Analysis of High Resolution Audio Perceptual Evaluation Over the last decade, there has been considerable debate over the benefits of recording and rendering high resolution audio beyond standard CD quality audio. This research involved a systematic review and meta-analysis...
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Conditions That Affect CDs and DVDs – Council on Library and Information Resources Adhesive labels should not be applied to optical discs destined for long-term storage (more than five years). The label could delaminate over time and interfere with disc...
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The Future of Clocks: Clarifications in the Audio Clocking Paradigm by Allen Farmelo with Matthew Agoglia “The commonly held intuitive notion that internal clocking must be better than external clocking is simply not always true.” – Grimm Audio, “Clocking” White...
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I was looking for a phantom power to add to my Sony PCM D-100. After extensive research, I finally opted for a Denecke Dcode® PS-2. All that remained to do was to modify its balanced XLR output as an unbalanced...
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