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mp3 96000khz how to get there on PC?
Old 4th July 2015
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mp3 96000khz how to get there on PC?

I have a PC, I apologize America but I have one. I know there are bunch of converters for MACs what about pc? Anyone?
Old 5th July 2015
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There are way more programs for a PC than for a MAC.
I'm pretty sure that WaveLab can do what you want, but there are lots of alternatives, probably even free.
Old 5th July 2015
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I thought the official mp3 spec stopped @ 48KHz (mainly for video - MPEG, layer 3, like MPEG2 on a DVD ya know? )

I'd have to assume if 96KHz mp3's are even possible that they will be a compatibility nightmare for most users. I'd lean towards higher bitrate 48KHz or 44.1KHz mp3's encoded from your 96KHz master...
Old 5th July 2015
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96000 kHz = 96 MHz
Old 6th July 2015
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Any loss in the transfer from lossless to MP3 is exponentially higher than the loss from 192 to 44 kHz. If you know how MP3 works you should know that a higher sample rate would do nothing, since the format encodes frequencies separately and the only extra info would be 100% inaudible.
You don't need this – get the recording right and stop obsessing about it.
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