AuI ConverteR 48x44

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AuI ConverteR 48x44 (Audiophile Inventory ConverteR 48x44) is software:

- HD audio converter for high resolution music files,

- CD ripper with reading track info from Internet CD database,

- universal front-end (graphical user interface) with HD conversion core for command line encoders/decoders.

Designed for audio recording studios, DJs and audiophiles.

Thus main goals of this project are sound perfection and user-friendliness.

User can:

- suppress playback "hiss" for some hi-res (192/96 kHz) audio files (convert with/without changing sample rate)

- add own formats audio files via connecting external command line encoders.


1. Supported sample rates: 22,05(input only)/44,1/48/88,2/96/176,4/192 kHz

2. Supported bit-depths: 16/24/32/32float/64float bit

3. Internal processing resolution: 64 bit float (double precision)

4. Supporting Broadcast Wave Format with automeasurement

5. Supporting metatags - yes

6. Supported formats: WAV, FLAC, AIFF, mp3, ogg, aac, dts, ac3 and more

It was developed and maintained by Audiophile Inventory (© All right reserved Yuri Korzunov[1]). Continually updated for adding new functionality.

See also


  1. Certificate of Registration by Library of Congress United States Copyright Office, Registration Number TXu 1-753-458

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