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Subject:Audio Forensics
Posted by: BRPelfrey
Date:7/26/2016 6:35:12 PM

I'm going to start a audio forensics tutorial series, a repair of an audio track.

What I needing to know is, if you do basic wav file editing and you don't change the sample rate or bit depth, when saving the wav file, does SF Re-Dither the audio file?


Subject:RE: Audio Forensics
Reply by: UKharrie
Date:7/27/2016 10:10:29 AM

Are you referring to some "Legal" processing ? - I don't comprehend the term "Forensics"

Surely any re-rendering causes changes ( Otherwise why do it? ), although shortening a clip might be one reason, of course. But wouldn't you want to Save it in the Same format? . . . . OR are you suggesting that even this will introduce unwelcome changes? . . . .
clearly this is something I may need to know / understand before we all go Magix-nuts.

I Use SF Studio10.

Message last edited on7/27/2016 10:12:42 AM byUKharrie.
Subject:Audio Forensics
Reply by: BRPelfrey
Date:7/27/2016 4:59:55 PM

Forget the FORENSICS part, as you haven't answered my question.

I understand processing makes changes. What I asking is if the bit rate stays the same and bit depth, does SF use dithering on the resulting file?

Message last edited on7/27/2016 5:00:19 PM byBRPelfrey.
Subject:RE: Audio Forensics
Reply by: musicvid10
Date:7/27/2016 6:30:10 PM

Dithering occurs when the bit depth changes. That is your answer for wav (only).

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