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jmvalin
post Aug 30 2002, 00:04
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In the last Speex version (0.8.0), I added a new 42.2 kbps wideband mode which I'd qualify as the first non-catastrophic mode for music. I'd like to have feedback on music quality using that mode, let's say on a scale between "You call that music?" and "Almost as good as MP3". To try that mode, use the --quality 10 option *without* using --vbr. The file needs to be sampled at 16 kHz. The idea of this mode is to be able to encode occasional music segments in a mostly-voice recording (e.g. Internet radio). So what are the opinions?

BTW, Speex source code is available here and there are Windows binaries on RareWares.
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techno_check
post Oct 13 2012, 11:02
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QUOTE (jmvalin @ Aug 30 2002, 04:34) *
In the last Speex version (0.8.0), I added a new 42.2 kbps wideband mode which I'd qualify as the first non-catastrophic mode for music. I'd like to have feedback on music quality using that mode, let's say on a scale between "You call that music?" and "Almost as good as MP3". To try that mode, use the --quality 10 option *without* using --vbr. The file needs to be sampled at 16 kHz. The idea of this mode is to be able to encode occasional music segments in a mostly-voice recording (e.g. Internet radio). So what are the opinions?

BTW, Speex source code is available here and there are Windows binaries on RareWares.



hey valin i would also want to ask that when i use command line speexenc and it decodes the .wav file and convert it into ogg container, and below that it also mentions that speex is not valid for 44.1khz but it still sampling..................

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