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High Res Audio To Cd?

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I have some 96/24 and 192/24 high-res audio files. Is Toast 11 Titanium capable of converting these to 44.1/16 so the music can be burned to a CD while retaining the original high-res files?

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I don't know the answer to your question, but to clarify the last bit, when you say, "while retaining the original high-res files", do you simply mean, convert them without overwriting the original files? If that's even a remote concern, wouldn't you work with a copy to start with? (And wouldn't that be the solution if the answer were "no"?)

 

Or, do you mean, "while maintaining the fidelity of the original files"? In which, obviously, the answer is, no, since you're reducing the sample rate and bit depth. Any program that would claim to be able to do so would be falsely advertising.

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