Specification of AuI ConverteR 48x44
detailed features of versions (FREE, PROduce-R, Audiophil-E, Lite) see comparing table
1. Maximal level of conversion noise (artefacts) in band Fd/2*, better than: -161 dB.
Remark: level noise of output file depends on bit per sample of input and output files. Level of conversion noise less -161 dB is reached for bit-depth not less than 24 bits, or 32- and 64-bit float.
* Fd/2 - half of sample rate.
2. Support Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) (wav-files only):
- supported versions: 0, 1, 2;
- automatic measurement of loudness - yes;
- supported standards: EBU R 128, ITU-R BS.1770-3.
3. Recreating of directory's structure of source files into selected place (see manual for details) - yes.
4. System requirements:
Windows (XP and later, 32-bit and 64-bit),
Mac OS X (Snow Leopard and later).
Input DSF, DFF, ISO
1-bit / 2,8(D64) and 5,6(D128) MHz
delta sigma modulation (DSF files)
|output ≤ 3 min|
|Output DSF||≤ 3 min|
|Lossless formats WAV, FLAC, AIF, AIFF, AIFF/sowt, m4a (ALAC), APE|
|Lossy formats mp3, WMA, m4a (aac), mp4 (aac), ogg, DTS, ac3|
|CD ripper get CD info from Internet||1 track|
|Input CUE + file|
|Support meta tags (album and track name, artist, etc.)|
|Batch processing of group of files||Multiple files in parallel|
|Multichannel files (more 2 channels)||output ≤ 3 min|
|Output volume adjust|
|Input / output sample rates 352, 384 kHz|
|Input / output sample rates 22, 44, 48, 88, 96, 176, 192 kHz|
|Bit-depth samples of input files: 16, 24, 32, 64 integer and 32, 64 floating point|
|Bit-depth samples of output files:|
|16 and 24 bit|
|32 bit (floating point)|
|64 bit and 64 bit (floating point)|
|alphaC sample rate and bit-depth conversion algorithm|
|alphaD dithering algorithm|
|Audio processing 64-bit floating point|
|External format converters of files (download codec by demand, user can add own extensions)||9 only||9 only|
|Support extensible WAV-file's formats (sampler's notes, BWF - Broadcast Wave Format etc.)|
|Support WAV 64-bit (RF64) format (size more 2 gigabyte)|
|Search files by sample rate, bit-depth, format|
|No pre-ringing (minimum phase filter)|
|Launch via command Line|
|Possible start more one instance of application simultaneously|
|Additional skins, editing and creating custom skins|
|Extra Warranty $50|
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At last I decide to make small research how impact to audio quality of PCM to DSF conversion.
For checking I used well known third party analyzing software Rightmark Audio Analyzer (RMAA). My version of the software don't supporting DSF format, so I was forced to make more "hard" experiment.
Today I download and install new version Mac OS X - Yosemite. I liked fashionable "flat" interface, but first me interesting "Whether AuI ConverteR 48x44 will work under new Yosemite?".
2014 October 11 released new HD audio converter AuI ConverteR 48x44 3.8.17. Fixed some audible clicks at begin and end converted from DFF and DSF files.