Ripping a CDA to a DVD Flac 24-96 ?
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There'd be nothing gained doing this, the most I would ever consider is taking 44.1khz CD audio and making it 48khz to be dvd compliant. If just ripping to FLAC leave it at its source sample rate.if all else fails read the manual
Multiplexers, or muxers, of ANY kind, do NOT do any kind of conversion or change in the internal contents of the signal (at least in their core capacity). They only package/unpackage/repackage stream(s) in a container.
Resampling is one such conversion/change that it does NOT do.
To do that, you will need an audio utility/editor/converter/resampler.
And I would have to ask, WHY? @dannyboy48888 was correct, there are very few instances where resampling is required or recommended (few exceptions being editing, device compliance).
Untill past year i was uosampling with Cirlinca Audio Solo,But the Compny has Disapear.
Audio Solo has been a DVD-Audio authoring/burning app. Might also have features for ripping, possibly even internal upsampling conversion. But while the muxing function existings in authoring apps, that is only its final stage prior to disc image creation/burning.
The company may have disappeared (quite likely since it's been a while), but that shouldn't mean the app stopped working. If it did stop working (couldn't phone home any more?), you'll have to find some other DVD-A authoring/burning app.
The upsampling should be easily done in something like audacity. However, AGAIN, why are you doing that? DVD-Audio fully supports native CD-DA specs (16bit, 44.1kHz, stereo), so there's no need to do ANYTHING to the original signal. And in fact, if you do, you are (slightly) LOSING quality. Plus, you'll get more available capacity using the native CD rate.