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FinalCD (SRC by Sonic Illusions) now with upsampling!!!
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FinalCD (SRC by Sonic Illusions) now with upsampling!!!

Hi everyone!
FinalCD now supports upsampling, partially (as said on their site it partially upsamples, so I tested only 44.1->96 and it worked perfectly; so, I think they want to update this as SRC from A sample rate to B sample rate in future releases, not only "donwsampling to 44.1kHz and partial upsampling"; 48->non-integer ratios not supported).
Anyway, FinalCD works with 44.1-384kHz sample rates, DSD64, DSD128, DSD256, 16/24(new)/32 bit output (so, 32 bit output is the best option), dither, gain, several slopes of SRC filter (sharpest, gentle, medium in-between; filters for each sample rate may vary), more info in txt file and their website; also this got several bug fixes in the recent/latest updates.

Recent update: April 3-4, 2021 (ver0.28).

Some release notes:
03/04/21 - v0.28
- Added: Support for upsampling using existing filters in reverse
(48->non-integer ratios not supported)
- Fixed: Rare occasion of last sample missing from a file.

27/05/20 - v0.27
- Added: Support for 24-bit output added courtesy of a donation from
Greg Ogonowski.

19/04/20 - v0.26
- Added: Support for DSD64->88.2, choice of 3 filters
- Fixed: Garbage at end of files, particularly floating point ones
- Improved: Latency offset for 48->44.1 gentle filter

01/09/17 - v0.25
- Added: Support for DSD256.

03/08/16 - v0.24
- Fixed: Bug with very short input files that meant processing
never stopped.

10/07/16 - v0.23
- Added: Variable gain possible with /x parameter
For example, x1.4125 is +3dB gain

14/04/16 - v0.22
- Fixed: Handling of Pro Tools WAV with abnormal fmt section

04/04/16 - v0.21
- Fixed: Bug in DSD128 downconversion.

03/04/16 - v0.20
- Added: Support for DSD downconversion from uncompressed DSD or DFF
files. Also add support for 384K, 352.8K, 192K, 176.4K
and 88.2K input, as many extra filters added.

22/09/13 - v0.17
- Added: Medium filter, christened "Goldilocks"... neither really sharp
or really gentle... somewhere in the middle. Allows a small
amount of aliasing through which may be "just right" for some.
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