11-19-2016, 12:12 AM

It would be nice to either:

A: Set UAPP to do maximum upsampling of files for a given DAC maximum sampling rate constrained to the resulting sample rate being an integer multiple of the original sampling rate

For example, my DAC can do 32/384 and I'm playing a 16/44.1 song. I would rather UAPP upsample this file to 352.8, rather than 384, as it currently does.

or

B: Being able to pick a maximum integer scaling factor such that UAPP will scale files up to but not beyond a user set integer scaling factor for upsampling.

For example, my DAC can do 32/384 and I'm playing a 16/44.1 song. I would like an option to pick either 2 or 4 and end up with 88.2 or 176.4 for my upsampled playback.

Currently, UAPP will only go to the maximum, which in my case, is 384.

A: Set UAPP to do maximum upsampling of files for a given DAC maximum sampling rate constrained to the resulting sample rate being an integer multiple of the original sampling rate

For example, my DAC can do 32/384 and I'm playing a 16/44.1 song. I would rather UAPP upsample this file to 352.8, rather than 384, as it currently does.

or

B: Being able to pick a maximum integer scaling factor such that UAPP will scale files up to but not beyond a user set integer scaling factor for upsampling.

For example, my DAC can do 32/384 and I'm playing a 16/44.1 song. I would like an option to pick either 2 or 4 and end up with 88.2 or 176.4 for my upsampled playback.

Currently, UAPP will only go to the maximum, which in my case, is 384.