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  1. Hi I have recently been splitting many ISO files into their constituent DFF files using Sonore's ISO2DSD app as my streamer, an Auralic Aries only plays DFF files. Most of the resultant files are tagged with artist, album and track metadata. However, some are not. As a result, the tracks do not show up at all. Is there a way to tag them? Unfortunately, I deleted the original ISO rip files to free up space on my hard drive. Thanks
  2. I have recently been splitting many ISO files into their constituent DFF files using Sonore's ISO2DSD app as my streamer, an Auralic Aries only plays DFF files. Most of the resultant files are tagged with artist, album and track metadata. However, some are not. As a result, the tracks do not show up at all. Is there a way to tag them using ISO2DSD? I can use Foobar but am unsure if the track data will migrate. Unfortunately, I deleted the original ISO rip files to free up space on my hard drive. I don't mean to hijack a spot on this forum but there isn't a way to PM @vortecjr about this. Thanks
  3. Hi I have recently been splitting many ISO files into their constituent DFF files using Sonore's ISO2DSD app as my streamer, an Auralic Aries only plays DFF files. Most of the resultant files are tagged with artist, album and track metadata. However, some are not. As a result, the tracks do not show up at all. Is there a way to tag them? Unfortunately, I deleted the original ISO rip files to free up space on my hard drive. Thanks
  4. Is there a software that can convert dff to dsf (including dsd256 fs) without any pcm operation?
  5. foobar2000 - DSDIFF vs SACD Plugin

    Hi Guys, My first post here. I'd like to start by saying hi to everyone! Now the question: I have a PS3 ripped ISO. When I open it with foobar2000, it plays using the famous SACD plugin at a sample rate of 176.4kHz (on converting to PCM). When I extract the tracks to the DFF format, it plays in foobar2000 using the DSDIFF plugin at a sample rate of 192kHz (on converting to PCM). My major observation was that the DFF format sounded better and louder. Is it in reality, better quality than the SACD plugin's 176.4kHz? If anyone has tried this and can help me understand, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!
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