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Old 2009-07-07, 07:56 PM
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wav bitrate

is there a tool for OSX thta shows me the bitrate

i have these files i ripped with eac and i need to tell if they are 44.1 and 16 bit

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Old 2009-07-07, 08:32 PM
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Re: wav bitrate

if you ripped them from an audio cd with eac they be hard pressed to be anything else.
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Re: wav bitrate

If you extracted from an audio CD using EAC, they must be 16bit 44.1KHz. That's CD redbook standard, and no audio CD will be anything else.
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If you extracted from an audio CD using EAC, they must be 16bit 44.1KHz. That's CD redbook standard, and no audio CD will be anything else.
the CDs are burned!
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Re: wav bitrate

i usually use ffmpegx, which is a video/audio encoder & converter...but it'll also tell you the specs on a file



but as they said above, if you ripped a cd using EAC [PC] or xACT [Mac], then the files will undoubtedly be 16bit 44.1kHz wav/aiff files
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Re: wav bitrate

As said, EAC will rip to wav and that is standard 16bit 44.1KHz. Perhaps what you are wondering is how to then make sure that the files you extracted were not made from mp3s originally?
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If you extracted from an audio CD using EAC, they must be 16bit 44.1KHz. That's CD redbook standard, and no audio CD will be anything else.
the CDs are burned!
It matters not if they are factory pressed or burned CDRs.

If you're extracting with EAC, they are audio.

If they are audio, by redbook standards, they must be 16/44.1.

Maybe Lynne's on the right track, and it's just that you aren't asking the question you intend to ask?
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It matters not if they are factory pressed or burned CDRs.

If you're extracting with EAC, they are audio.

If they are audio, by redbook standards, they must be 16/44.1.

Maybe Lynne's on the right track, and it's just that you aren't asking the question you intend to ask?
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Im just wondering if the OG content i rip is 44.1 and 16 bit, thats all

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