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Bwf And Dsdiff Audio File Format


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Hello,

I'm a new Samplitude V9 PRO user for mixing/editing/mastering audio recordings.

As for recording, I use a 24 bits/192 and DSD TASCAM DV-RA1000 HD recorder.

This recorder only provides 2 files format :

- BWF for PCM files

- DSDIFF for DSD files.

I have used Samplitude V8, and I don't think it was able to laod and use these types of files.

Is SAMPLITUDE V9 PRO now able to do with BWF files ?

with DSDIFF files ?

Thanks.

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Is SAMPLITUDE V9 PRO now able to do with BWF files ?

Yes - I use BWF files all the time (24/96 from Fostex FR-2).

But even v7 could do this ;)

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Is SAMPLITUDE V9 PRO now able to do with BWF files ?

Yes - I use BWF files all the time (24/96 from Fostex FR-2).

But even v7 could do this ;)

Thank you.

I thought SAMPLITUDE could only use WAV, AIFF, OGG VORBIS, MP3 files and others non-professionnal audio types.

When you choose LOAD AUDIO FILE in the FILE MENU, there are all these types of file, but not BWF.

May be BWF is considered as a WAV file ?

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May be BWF is considered as a WAV file ?

BWF is a WAV file - it just has a bit more info in it, but it is treated exactly the same as a WAV file.

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Probably won't ever have DSD compatability... No native sound cards that can play it.

To take advantage of the time stamp in the broadcast wav, under the advanced tab in the open sound file, check the box that says to open to timestamped position.

And .bwf shouldn't exist. Broadcast wave files are supposed to have a .wav extension at the end.

--Ben

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