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Thread: LMS 7.9 and DSD

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    Quote Originally Posted by badboygolf16v View Post
    Copying libc.so.6, libc-2.7.so, libFLAC.so.8, libFLAC.so.8.2.0 from /share/MD0_DATA/.qpkg/LogitechMediaServer/lib to /share/MD0_DATA/.qpkg/LogitechMediaServer/var/home/SqueezeboxServer/Cache/InstalledPlugins/Plugins/DSDPlayer/Bin/i386-linux is a temporary workaround.
    Thanks very much. This worked for me. I have no idea what it is doing but thanks.
    Last edited by adamdea; 2014-08-03 at 09:13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triode View Post
    I suspect the problem is it trying to play at 352k then. I'm afraid there is no easy way to configure a upper limit of the player bandwidth.
    That makes sense as the DI will only out upto 192K on the SPDIF. I will just convert it to FLAC till you will come up with a way to configure the sampling rate Thanks

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    Just chiming in that I also have my own different requirements for setting the maximum DSD Player sampling rate. As mentioned a couple of pages back, my work DAC doesn't support 176k, but does support 192k. I also have quite a bit of 192k PCM which I would like LMS to send to the device. But for DSD I would love DSD Player to convert it to 88khz. For that device only. Maybe a max sampling rate field on the Players DSD Player pane?

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    BTW is anyone still having issues with DSDPlayer on Windows LMS servers? (TheHague?)
    I am about to install one for my father, but will postpone if there are still known issues.

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    Thanks to Triode for the DSD Player

    Hi Triode,

    I have downloaded the nightly build that includes DSD player and replaced the beta version to the DSPplayer as described in this thread.
    It works great!!!

    Thank you for this improvement of the Squeezebox touch. It brings the little machine up to date...

    BTW: I'm using the MAC version of the server.

    Br
    Caad

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    SACD iso to dsf/dff?

    Hello-

    Just saw this thread, such a great addition to LMS.

    I was wondering what the best method is for converting SACD iso's to dsf/dff? Which is preferred dsf or dff?

    Thanks!
    I want NBC's Ed on DVD/Blu-ray!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 808htfan View Post
    Hello-

    Just saw this thread, such a great addition to LMS.

    I was wondering what the best method is for converting SACD iso's to dsf/dff? Which is preferred dsf or dff?

    Thanks!
    .dsf is the best as it can be tagged with metadata, but some devices don't support it.
    The current conversion code has a bug which chops off the end of file if converted straight from iso to dsf. So convert to .dff, then convert to .dsf and add tags.

    Some Java GUIs for the extraction code here:
    http://www.rendu.sonore.us/apps2.html
    http://www.rendu.sonore.us/apps.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by HumanMedia View Post
    .dsf is the best as it can be tagged with metadata, but some devices don't support it.
    The current conversion code has a bug which chops off the end of file if converted straight from iso to dsf. So convert to .dff, then convert to .dsf and add tags.

    Some Java GUIs for the extraction code here:
    http://www.rendu.sonore.us/apps2.html
    http://www.rendu.sonore.us/apps.html

    Hi
    I also prefer the .DSF type

    Br
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    Thank you guys for the info and links. I will try them out.
    I want NBC's Ed on DVD/Blu-ray!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HumanMedia View Post
    .dsf is the best as it can be tagged with metadata, but some devices don't support it.
    The current conversion code has a bug which chops off the end of file if converted straight from iso to dsf. So convert to .dff, then convert to .dsf and add tags.

    Some Java GUIs for the extraction code here:
    http://www.rendu.sonore.us/apps2.html
    http://www.rendu.sonore.us/apps.html
    So I used ISO2DSD to make some .dff's (wanted to use dsf but what to use to convert dff->dsf?), installed LMS 7.9.0-1407419807 on Win7 x64, installed DSDPlayer plugin, and briefly tested a few...they play fine at 176.4 thru coax to my AVR.


    A few questions:

    What DSDPlayer settings for Soxr (Quality, Filter, and Steep Filter) are suggested? I left them at (none selected), I don't know what any of them mean... What controls the sample rate? I might want to try 88.2 on a different player, it's not wired to my router and there's a lot of interference from other networks around here.

    What about Replaygain? Ok, to analyse and add values, etc?

    And again, if going iso->dsf is to be avoided, what to use to convert dff to dsf? I'd like to use dsf as I see Mp3tag supports it.


    Thanks again
    I want NBC's Ed on DVD/Blu-ray!

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