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    Odio SACD (application) Latest version 20.5.11.5

    Intro

    Odio SACD is a command-line application which takes a Super Audio CD source and extracts a 24-bit high resolution wave file. It handles both DST and DSD streams.

    The application reads the following input:

    Supported output sample rates:

    Usage

    odio-sacd -i /path/to/file [options]
    
    # Specify the input file (*.iso, *.dsf, *.dff)
    -i, --infile
    
    # The folder to write the WAVE files to. If you omit this, the files will be placed in the input file's directory.
    -o, --outdir
    
    # The output samplerate. Valid rates are: 88200 and 176400. If you omit this, 88.2kHz will be used.
    -r, --rate
    
    # Only extract the 2-channel area if it exists. If you omit this, the multichannel area will have priority.
    -s, --stereo
    
    # Show detailed information about the disc
    -d, --details
    

    Installation

    Arch > Manjaro > etc.

    pamac build odio-sacd
    

    Ubuntu > etc.

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:robert-tari/main
    sudo apt update
    sudo apt install odio-sacd
    

    From source

    Build dependencies [1]

    Runtime dependencies [1]

    [1] The package names may slightly vary among various Linux flavours
    [2] Some Linux flavours package development libraries separately, while some have them as part of the base package.

    bzr branch lp:odio-sacd
    cd odio-sacd
    make
    
    # To install it
    sudo make install
    
    # To remove it
    sudo make uninstall
    

    Links

    Report a bug/request a feature
    Ask a question
    Browse the source code

    Comments

    If you only wish to leave a comment, do so by using the button at the top of this page.

    For a GUI application see the Odio project page.

    Diego
    24th June 2015, 18:16 GMT
    Why 96 khz? They are not best suited 88,2 khz or 176,4 khz (integer dividers 2,8224 Mhz)?
    Tari
    24th June 2015, 23:27 GMT
    @Diego:

    I have expanded the application info to answer your question. Please, post future questions on the Launchpad project page - thanks for visiting .
    shantiq
    8th June 2017, 08:28 GMT
    thank you so much for this as the foobar under wine route is no picnic; and this really is ... much appreciated
    Juan Miguel
    22nd June 2017, 06:57 GMT
    Hello Tari, thank you for your work. A long time ago that I migrated from Ubuntu to Fedora, and I have to tell you that this utility works perfectly in my system. Download, make and play!!
    Cyril
    25th December 2017, 20:51 GMT
    Thanks for you great job.
    O─čuz
    1st January 2018, 10:27 GMT
    Great work.
    Catherine
    5th July 2018, 14:40 GMT
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