Originally Posted by tomefs /forum/post/21728671
One guy says no the other says yes.
Originally Posted by mlknez /forum/post/0
I do media conversions as part of my business and can quickly and perfectly rip your dvd-audio and sacd discs to .flac, .wav or .pcm files for you. This is done at full resolution and will work for 2 channel or multichannel recordings. Please let me know if you would like more info.
Originally Posted by mayhem13 /forum/post/21729501
Not to come off in abad way but.....You are offering to copy copywrighted material for a profit....on an open forum? Might rethink too delete that post?
How are you getting the SACD files off the disc?For DVD-A I use DVD-Audio Extractor. It works well but it only allows you to tag the artist, album, and year meta data fields. Once ripped I use mp3Tag to add the album art, genre, and track titles. No issue with any bit-depth or sample rate, and works just fine with multi-channel.
SACD is a lot more involved. I can only rip to 88.2kHz stereo. You need a stand-alone player that can convert DSD to 88.2kHz stereo PCM at its HDMI output, an HDMI switcher with coaxial or optical outputs (hence the 88.2kHz stereo limitation), a soundcard that will accept the 88.2Khz signal, and editing software to split the tracks, convert to FLAC, and tag the files.