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    Hello,

    What's the difference between 48000Hz and 96000Hz? If i use 96000Hz audio rate, does that mean I will have better audio quality when played on DVD?

    Pleaes advice.

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    The difference is 48000Hz
    lol not this difference (Subtract)....

    What i meant was, I'll be burning a downloaded movie to a DVD. I'm using Virtual Dub to extract the audio out of the movie and then BeSweetGUI to convert the .wav audio into Ac3. format.

    In BeSweetGUI there is an option where you can chage the Audio bit rate, normally i choose 41000Hz rate, but this time i thought of using a higher rate to improve the audio quality.

    So that's what i asked, Should i use 48000Hz or 96000Hz audio rate, does changing audio rate will improve audio quality?
    Last edited by sameer0807; 03-21-2005 at 12:06 AM.

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    dont you have to use 48000Hz for dvds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4play
    dont you have to use 48000Hz for dvds.
    I think you do,

    Remember you can never improve audio quality. It will only be as good as the source.

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    increasing the sampling rate from the source won't help, you'll still only have 44100 samples per second

    DVD-video only uses 48000Hz anyway

    and i don't think there's really a noticeable difference between 44100 and 48000 in films
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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthInsinuate
    increasing the sampling rate from the source won't help, you'll still only have 44100 samples per second

    DVD-video only uses 48000Hz anyway

    and i don't think there's really a noticeable difference between 44100 and 48000 in films

    OK thanks.

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