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Old 1st December 2008, 09:25 PM   #1
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Default configure Gstreamer to 24bit/192Khz output from all soundfiles

Im running Linux/Ubuntu on my laptop, keeping all my music on it FLAC compressed, the question i have is this.

how do i configure Gstreamer to resample the 16bit/44.1khz Flac into 24bit/192khz output - directly ( alsasink ) to the soundcard, the processor is powerfull enough to convert a cdrip into 24/192 flac at 1.4 speed so it should decode fast enough ( Dualcore )

there must be some way to reconfigure Gstreamer's settings to make it do the conversion at output instead of converting to a file first, id appreciate any kind of help or hintUnregistered

Thanks a bunch guys ....

remember this is not for windows ( not yet anyway !! )
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