i am using 44100 in Windows 10, because 48000 gives huge input lag. But i don't want 48000hz sources being downsampled to 44100hz. And for previous reason i disabled exclusive mode in sound setting. Than i am not sure, if mpc-hc is able to set sound card to 48000hz. I didn't find how to check what is sampling rate of audio output. Any idea how do i check this ???
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You can use ffdshow's audio processor for changing /setting the output sampling frequency.
Just choose it in the External Filters list of MPC-HC /MPC-BE and set its merit to "Prefer".
i am using 44100 in Windows 10, because 48000 gives huge input lag.
But i don't want 48000hz sources being downsampled to 44100hz.
Anyway, sooner or later audio resampling is "inevitable", and all we can do is choose the method which doesn't suck too much
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I found only resample in ffdshow, is that what you meant ? And how do i check what is actual sampling rate of audio output ? Also i am trying to install asio renderer, i don't know if this renderer can change sound card's sampling as well, while exclusive mode under windows sound setting is disabled ?
That would be helpful to know, thanks.
It says 48000, so i assume this value is for output. Are you sure ? So that would mean audio is rendered at its source 48khz and not being resampled. Thanks!
I don't know how big deal is it, but i read you should avoid resampling if possible, as it reduces quality. It would be nice to allow exclusive mode just for some applications, but windows is dumb...
Yes, it reduces quality. But in most modern hardware, that reduction is almost imperceptible.
Not sure why you are getting lag, don't ever see that in any of the 100s of machines I manage.