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preset voice (for audiobooks), give me the longhand
blessingx
post Aug 10 2003, 03:13
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Is it possible to get more info on the --preset voice tag? What is this a shortcut for? Any other recommended settings for speech/voice?

Want to encode some audiobooks for playback on an iPod and this seems like a good setting (at 56 kbps), but I don't see it discussed much and a search was fruitless. BTW, avoiding AAC at the moment for compatibility issues (sometimes used on another portable).

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gutzalpus
post Aug 10 2003, 03:58
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I didn't even know there was a --preset voice. However, this thread has some good info on settings you could try:

http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....=ST&f=16&t=3270
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post Aug 10 2003, 12:50
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--preset voice is tha same as:
--preset 56 -m m
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blessingx
post Aug 10 2003, 12:55
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QUOTE (Gabriel @ Aug 10 2003, 03:50 AM)
--preset voice is tha same as:
--preset 56 -m m

Oh. I thought there was some magical speech calculations there. Thanks for the answer though. How was 56 (versus 48 or 64) decided on?

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