Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD

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vortecjr

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Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« on: 1 Nov 2014, 01:29 pm »
Sonore ISO2DSD
Converts DSD ISO to DFF or DSF
*This application is provided as-is without warranty.
*Development for this application is closed.
*Please provide support to others via this forum.   

FEATURES
Supports DSD input files in .iso formats
Supports dual and multi channel output
Supports DFF and DSF output mode
Transfers stored metadata from the orginal ISO file to the resulting DSD file
Single file conversion or multiple file conversion in a given folder

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DOWNLOADS
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USAGE
MAC OSX
1. Download the application and open the folder
2. Right click the iso2dsd_gui.jar and select open
3. If you can open the iso2dsd_gui.jar file, but can't execute a convertion use the Mac Terminal application and change to directory with the sacd_extract file in it and run this command: chmod a+x sacd_extract
4. If you can open the iso2dsd_gui.jar file, but can't execute a convertion replace letters in the file name that have accent or double dots above/below the letter with standard letter.
Requirements: The sacd_extract file, version.txt, and the iso2dsd_gui.jar file need to be in the same folder, Java needs to me installed, 64 bit OS

LINUX
1. Download the application and open the folder
2. Right click the iso2dsd_gui.jar, select Properties/Permissions, place a check in the Execute box, and press close
3. Right click the iso2dsd_gui.jar slect Open with other application and select Jave
Requirements: The sacd_extract file, version.txt, and the iso2dsd_gui.jar file need to be in the same folder, Java needs to me installed, 64 bit OS

PC
1. Double click on the file.

LICENSING
Conversion based on SACD-Ripper, open source (GNU -V2)
Jave based interface Copyright © Simple Design, LLC
« Last Edit: 15 Oct 2016, 02:43 am by vortecjr »

jtwrace

Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #1 on: 1 Nov 2014, 02:09 pm »
Thanks!

Mir

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #2 on: 4 Nov 2014, 09:09 pm »
Very nice, thanks!!  :thumb:

DMM

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #3 on: 4 Nov 2014, 11:25 pm »
Sonore ISO2DSD

LINUX
Requirements:  64 bit OS

LICENSING
Conversion based on SACD-Ripper, open source (GNU -V2)
Jave based interface Copyright © Simple Design, LLC

If you want, I can provide the compiled binary for linux 32 bit. Works with the gui

Sorry for my english



KGREK

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #4 on: 5 Nov 2014, 10:39 am »
Thanks!

But how can I convert DST compressed .dff files into .dsf or at least uncompressed .dff? It would be nice to have features for entering|modifying tags in .dsf too...

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #5 on: 5 Nov 2014, 02:06 pm »
Thanks!

But how can I convert DST compressed .dff files into .dsf or at least uncompressed .dff? It would be nice to have features for entering|modifying tags in .dsf too...

Reextract your ISOs with the DST checkbox checked.

Most modern taggers (MP3Tag, Tag and Rename, players like JRiver) handle DSF files.

vortecjr

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #6 on: 8 Nov 2014, 12:45 am »
If you want, I can provide the compiled binary for linux 32 bit. Works with the gui

Sorry for my english

Great. E-mail it to me at sonorejr@gmail.com

Jesus R

DMM

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #7 on: 10 Nov 2014, 03:55 pm »
Great. E-mail it to me at sonorejr@gmail.com

Jesus R

I sent the file to your mailbox
Sorry for my english

crlsydney

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #8 on: 20 Nov 2014, 04:01 am »
Hi - when I try to use ISO2DSD for Linux ver. 3, I get the following error message:

./sacd_extract: 3: ./sacd_extract: Sytax error: ")" unexpected (with both sacd_extract and the gui.jar files set to executable)

or no response if only the gui.jar file is set to executable.

I am on a dual boot MacBook and Ubuntu 14.04, but I think the machine is 32-bit vice 64-bit.  I see below that someone has compiled a 32-bit version.  Would it be possible to try it?

Thanks, Chris

DMM

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #9 on: 27 Nov 2014, 07:24 pm »
Hi - when I try to use ISO2DSD for Linux ver. 3, I get the following error message:

./sacd_extract: 3: ./sacd_extract: Sytax error: ")" unexpected (with both sacd_extract and the gui.jar files set to executable)

or no response if only the gui.jar file is set to executable.

I am on a dual boot MacBook and Ubuntu 14.04, but I think the machine is 32-bit vice 64-bit.  I see below that someone has compiled a 32-bit version.  Would it be possible to try it?

Thanks, Chris

I can send the binary (sacd_extract) compiled. Simply replace the original sacd_extract by the new.
Send me your email.
Sorry for my english.

Aura

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #10 on: 28 Nov 2014, 12:37 am »
Dear all
Thanks to ISO2DSD, I can enjoy those HighRez productions and feel the music that I love so much.  :D
 I'm so grateful to Jesus, Ted and all facilitator that I'm hesitating to write that I have to face with some unexpected issues with their application.  :thumb:
Still I would like to contribute and make the most of any potential improvements.

1) for unknown reason most of Mozart concertos of the Lausanne orch. conducted by C. Zacahrias (MDG produktion) are not converted from the zip ISO file ( extract from the scad with sacd ripper 0.37) into .dsf or .dff. :o.

2) same thing for a major number of Esoteric sacd.  :o (Only Dvorak by Fournier and Brahms by Backhuas are ok)

In both cases the directory is created by Iso2dsd.gui but only one or even none .dsf file is provided.
Am I the only one in that case ?  :duh:

3) for the Listz selection played by VOLODOS on Sony sacd, it is worse because the sacd extract run on the PS3 is stopped when about 87% of the ripping process is done. Instead of having a zip file I only get from the PS3 an .ISO file which is not recognized on the PC by the Iso2dsd application. Means that I just can't make it playedback on Jriver.   :scratch:

What did I do in the wrong way ?  :roll:

Please Help !!

Stephane

paulinus

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #11 on: 1 Dec 2014, 01:14 pm »
If you want, I can provide the compiled binary for linux 32 bit. Works with the gui

Sorry for my english

Dear DMM,

Could you please sent me as well 32-bit version - paulinus@mail.ru

Thank you in advance!

DMM

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #12 on: 3 Dec 2014, 07:00 pm »
Dear DMM,

Could you please sent me as well 32-bit version - paulinus@mail.ru

Thank you in advance!

I sent the binary to your email

jtwrace

Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #13 on: 13 Dec 2014, 09:54 pm »
Can anyone tell me if this runs on Windows 8.1? 

jtwrace

Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #14 on: 14 Dec 2014, 04:30 am »
Can anyone tell me if this runs on Windows 8.1?
Anyone?

Phil A

Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #15 on: 14 Dec 2014, 05:52 am »
Don't see why it would not - I've just used it once (so far) on Windows 7 Professional

tof051270

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #16 on: 9 Jan 2015, 09:40 pm »
hello

i run under osx yosemite and downloaded iso2dsd app.
i tried to launch that app but a window pop up then disappear... and a message error  is displayed : can't be launch, check console (that i did, but no errors)

what do i have to do?

thank you!

storris

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #17 on: 11 Jan 2015, 05:04 am »

tof051270

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #18 on: 15 Jan 2015, 06:43 pm »
ok, problem solved. due to a problem with an old soft that blocked updates.
thanks

jshowalter

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Re: Sonore APPS - ISO2DSD
« Reply #19 on: 7 Feb 2015, 09:29 pm »
The GUI offers a choice of Dual or Multi. I want to clarify the effect of selecting Dual.

My objective is two-channel audio for headphones (on a portable dac/amp). (At home, I play multichannel in our A/V room, on big speakers. In the office, or at work, I would only need stereo, because that's all headphones have.)

So it seems obvious that I should select Dual, but not so fast!

Suppose I have an SACD with a 44kHz stereo layer, and a high-resolution multichannel DSD layer. In that case, if I select Dual, what will it extract?

Should I always select Multi, and then use iso2dsd to extract the channels I want?

Disk is cheap, and getting the iso files is tedious, so I don't want to select an option that throws channels away if there's no reason not to keep them.