MPC-HC/LAV Audio Bitdepth Settings
I've been searching for an answer for this for awhile. In the lav audio decoder properties, it lets you select the bit depth format for output, 8-bit int, 16 bit int, 24 bit int, 32 bit int and fp. I want to check mark everything up 32-bit integer or floating point as it should be the best, however my audio receiver only supports playback of files up to 24/192. Should I only select 24-bit then because of my amp? Or is there more to this and I can select 32-bit integer or floating point even though my receiver doesn't process that at face value? Also...should I have both 32 bit integer AND floating point checked (If I'm supposed to check off 32-bit to begin with)
I'm trying to get the best sounding output/ and I believe that would be bit perfect. I'm just confused because my amp only goes up to 24/192 and I don't have any audio files above 24 bit for some high res audio. I do have all of the bitstreaming options check marked.
One more quick side question: Should I have checkmarked the option to: Enable Built-In Audio Switcher filter under MPC-HC Options: Audio Switcher. I have it unchecked...
Using audio over HDMI into an Integra DTR 7.8 receiver and latest stable build of MPC-HC: 1.7.13. Lav filters: 0.70.2.1
Last edited by InstantEulogy; 09-22-2017 at 03:45 AM.