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Old 4th March 2008, 09:53 PM   #1
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Question Trying to find hirez material

Iím trying to find hirez material for my Linux/X-over box (digital download or possible to rip). By Hirez I mean something higher than redbook e.g. 96k/24bit.

So far I have found:
- High Definition Tape Transfers (www.highdeftapetransfers.com)
- Musicgiants (www.musicgiants.com), unfortunately not selling outside the US.

Any suggestions/experiences? Primary interest is classical, jazz, blues and rock.

Hope this is the right forum.

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Downloads up to 24/96.. Mostly obscure stuff I don't care for, but that might not be the case for you.
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Thanks - just what I am looking for.

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You can rip the 24bit PCM from DVD-Audio discs quite easily nowdays.
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Default DVD-A rip

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You can rip the 24bit PCM from DVD-Audio discs quite easily nowdays.
Which program are you using
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I know it is possible to rip 24bit/96k audio tracks on DVD and because there are a few audiophile DVD around, thatís a possibility. But I didnít know that it was possible to rip DVD-Audio Ė sounds interesting.
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Default Lplex

You can rip from DVD-Video using Lplex http://audioplex.sourceforge.net

You can also make your own DVD-V high resolution audio from wav or flac files.
To convert flac files to wav use foobar2000.
In this way any DVD player can play high resolution files up to 96K/24b.
If someone know a way to rip from DVD-A pls let me know.

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This is the old fashioned way that I have used to make perfect rips of over 20 DVD-Audio discs;

http://www.i-hack.org/computer/other...vd-a-disc.html

There exists a newer version with GUI and windvd is not needed but I can not find it at the moment. I'll keep looking and let you know.

Edit: Found it. Here's the new fangled way, apparently this program is excellent. The first link is a discussion, and the second link is the application;

http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/...howtopic=61928

http://rapidshare.com/files/14323049...2008.07.21.zip

Also, I forgot to mention that it is possible to extract high resolution audio from blu ray music discs aswell.


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Very promising.

What is the hw requirement. Are blue-ray disc drives able to play DVD-audio?
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