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44.1k vs 48k audio problem

Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:42 pm

I noticed in the docs it says the roku supports 44.1k and 48k audio. I have a bunch of files that were originally encoded at 44.1, but when they play on the roku box, the audio is sped up and there breaks in it. If I take the same source file and only change the audio to 48k, then the files play fine. Is there somewhere that I need to specify what kind of audio I am sending it in the metadata to make it work, or should it just automatically switch between the 2 sample rates? On a computer the files sound and play fine, its only on the roku that the 44.1k files sound strange.
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Re: 44.1k vs 48k audio problem

Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:03 pm

Is this question in regards to the Roku Digital Video Player or a SoundBridge?

If the latter I suggest posting this in one of the Soundbridge boards on the forum to get information from people who are soundbridge enthusiasts:
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Re: 44.1k vs 48k audio problem

Thu Aug 19, 2010 4:49 pm


If you'd like to private message me an url to the content that plays with sped up audio, I'll take a look.


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