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How to convert SACD to FLAC using foobar2000?
Alkemift
post May 7 2012, 20:34
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Hi. I have foobar 2000. But I don't know how to convert my music files with toc. and wch. ? Can you explain it?
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post May 7 2012, 20:56
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What is this?

Do you have the decoder foo_input_sacd already? Have you tried searching for advice on converting SACD to FLAC, such as the guidelines in this previous thread?

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CyPha
post May 8 2012, 05:20
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what files are the SACD?
i had to do the same last week with a WAV file. i had to split it first which i did with Medieval CUE Splitter, and then i used Foobar2000 to convert the new WAV files to FLAC.
i had to find the FLAC.exe in order to covert, i had one in a game i play, you may need to download it from the FLAC website.
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QUOTE (CyPha @ May 8 2012, 05:20) *
Medieval CUE Splitter
Note that we advise against using this program due to the inadvisable and inaccurate way in which it splits lossless files; uncompressed formats such as WAV might well be an exception, but there are still much better programs for all cuesheet-related tasks, such as CUETools.
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