On 2013-04-17 09:32, Gabriel Risterucci wrote:
Having been lost for an hour on research on how I am encoding, it seem
there may be more problems with the decoding of an mp3 where you could
have less control unless it is your own pc.
When encoding you also need to research your encoder, not just the bit
rates. Because mp3 throws something away to reduce size, it is what each
encoder throws away that distinguishes it from the next. Then it becomes
opinion and preference.
ogg is not lossless, but flac is. Anyway, if your starting quality is a CD,
no matter what you use if you go over 320kbps you'll get "almost lossless"
with any codec.
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