[SOLVED] Dsf to Flac with "Dop" option enabled generate an unreadable file

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powerpost
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[SOLVED] Dsf to Flac with "Dop" option enabled generate an unreadable file

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Hello,
I would like to report a bug when converting a DSD 64 file to Flac.
In the conversion parameters I select 24 bits 192 khz and I check the "Dop" checkbox.
The resulting file is unreadable by any audio playback software.
When I don't check the "DOP" checkbox the file is readable but the conversion time is over.
In which case should we use the "Dop" option during a conversion?
Thank's for all
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Re: Dsf to Flac with "Dop" option enabled generate an unreadable file

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Here's the description of DOP - https://www.dcsltd.co.uk/support/what-i ... -over-pcm/
So if you are not planning to decode those DOP FLAC files to a supporing hardware, you won't be able to listen to them.
Please explain what did you mean by
but the conversion time is over.
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[SOLVED] Re: Dsf to Flac with "Dop" option enabled generate an unreadable file

Post by powerpost »

Thank you very much for your explanation on Dop.
I said that when I validated the "Dop" checkbox, the ranscoding was done very quickly but gave an unreadable file.
Without the "dop" option the transcoding is done more slowly and gives an excellent result.
You can close the topic because it is therefore not a bug.
Thank you so much.
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