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Volume loss converting DSF to Wav with Convolution
24-07-2019, 23:53
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RE: Volume loss converting DSF to Wav with Convolution
(24-07-2019 14:05)richardpl Wrote:  And what are your IR files? The convolve/FiltersM* files?
Usually IRs are provided with their typical gain to be applied to them prior to process further, so no need to use gtype=gn (which might be just pure guessing).
If you know max typical gain of your impulse file, use something like: afir=gtype=none:irgain=X
where X is actual gain of impulse file used in convolution.
The IR files are wav files and yes, I can adjust the gain either in Minimserver or when I generate the impulse files.

However, the audio quality of the conversion from DSF to wav could be better. I no longer convert DSF files on the fly; have converted all DSF files to PCM using another tool.
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RE: Volume loss converting DSF to Wav with Convolution - Snoopy08 - 24-07-2019 23:53

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