High-res audio converter AuI ConverteR 48x44 provides 32 bit FLAC to/from FLAC, WAV, AIFF, DSF, DFF, ALAC, mp3,... conversion. Sample rates 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz, 352.8, 384, 705.6, 768, 1411, 1536 kHz are supported (depends on format). The sampling-rate range is limited by format. FLAC has 384-kHz limitation. Multichannel files, export meta tags to target files are provided.
How to convert 32bit FLAC
To convert from/to 32-bit FLAC file with high accuracy:
- Run AuI ConverteR 48x44
- Open audio file (32 bit FLAC or other) *
- target file format,
- sample rate,
- bit depth (up to 32bit for Free Lossless Audio Codec)*
- Select target directory in "Directory of output files" field of the main window of the software.
- Push Start button and wait of conversion end.
* 32-bit resolution support depends on configuration. Free version has limitations: 2-second silence in the middle of the output track.
** All prices on this page are in U.S. dollars without V.A.T. and other applicable taxes and fees. The prices are recommended. Information on this page is not a public offer.
DVD-audio/video, Blu-Ray, DVD/BluRay/CD ISO are NOT supported.
For Modula-R version, SACD ISO, DSF, DFF are supported in proper configurations.
For ISO tracks, DSF, DFF longer than 3 minutes, FREE edition mutes 2-second silence in the output middle and has other restrictions
Free version has processing sound quality identical commercial editions.
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AuI ConverteR has several price/functionality options that allow saving your budget for the required functionality. You can expand Modula-R abilities later by purchasing new modules. Unlimited-time license, major updates (... 10.x > 11.x > 12.x > ... versions) are paid.
WARNING: Modula-R modules (parts of AuI ConverteR’s functionality) are NOT compatible with Free version.
ADD-ON modules work with certain CORE modules only (see details).
The module is license key received in order email. To activate module functionality, enter its key in Modula-R executable.
All "Modula-R" modules together have "PROduce-RD"'s abilities.
Full-featured "PROduce-RD" version is like a discount on price of full module kit of "Modula-R" version.
To expand functionality, module(s) (compatible with purchased major version number) may be ordered separately.
Modula-R license cannot be replaced with PROduce-RD.
* All prices on this page are in U.S. dollars without V.A.T. and other applicable taxes and fees. The prices are recommended. Information on this page is not a public offer.
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Conversion sound quality
Main priority of AuI ConverteR is sound quality.
But, some kinds of conversions have unavoidable losses. The converter program try minimize it as possible.
Resampling cause some losses. Resampling quality depend on implementations. Resamplers' comparison here
But for some cases resampling may be useful.
32 bit 384 kHz FLAC is maximal resolution of Free Lossless Audio Codec.
Read details here How to improve sound quality >
Analog filtration restore analog signal from digital signal. We can say, that analog filter connect "stairs" of digital samples via uninterrupted flexible line.
But for analog filter it is very hardly to achieve deep filtration of aliases (distortions) during digital-analog conversion. Therefore before analog filtration, deep digital inline ("on fly") filtration is used.
Non-filtered ultrasound can cause playback audible noise at some software/hardware due intermodulations.
AuI ConverteR 48x44 makes deep filtering of aliases during offline (non-realtime) oversampling with "heaviest" math. Also it have optimized mode (used as default) to remove ultrasound. Other words it allow to do "half of DAC's work" with very accurate offline algorithms.
Utrasound filtering may be switched off (Settings > General > set Filter mode in "Non-optimized...").
32 bit 384khz DAC allow to use maximal resolution of Free Lossless Audio Codec. However, 24 bit FLAC is more popular for download from stores. There is no univocal answer, need to convert lower bit depth to 32 bit or not.
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Read more about FLAC
- FLAC to ALAC
- FLAC TO MP3
- FLAC CUE Splitter
- ISO to FLAC
- DSF to FLAC
- DFF to FLAC
- Audio converters
- Uncompressed FLAC
- About FLAC
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes. FLAC supports 32 bit.
Yes. FLAC provides 24 bit.
Yes. FLAC supports 16 bit resolution.
FLAC bitrate depends on channel number, bit depth and sampling rate.
As example, uncompressed FLAC bitrate for 1411 kbit/s ≈ 2 channel x 16 bit x 44100 Hz.
If FLAC is compressed, bitrate is 0.847 kbit/s ≈ 1411 kbit/s * 0.6 (approximate compression rate).
So, technically, FLAC is better than 320 kbps formats by sound quality. Other factors are there too.
Lossy formats has lesser size than lossless ones.
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