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High bitrate ogg VS. flac on decoding energy use ?
james_chyn
post Dec 7 2011, 04:43
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Hello, I am concerning about ogg and flac on MP3 Player.

I know that flac is lossless and encodes use no float point library.

I know that ogg is loss and have a good test on low bitrate.

But, I wanna know ogg Q10 (or other high bitrate, such as Q9, Q8) VS. flac, which is more energy consuming in decoding ?

Since I play music on SAMSUNG YP-Q3, endurance is important.

Thanks, guys !
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saratoga
post Dec 7 2011, 05:29
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QUOTE (james_chyn @ Dec 6 2011, 23:43) *
But, I wanna know ogg Q10 (or other high bitrate, such as Q9, Q8) VS. flac, which is more energy consuming in decoding ?


Probably ogg, since its algorithmically much more complex. But decoder quality varies massively from device to device, so its hard to say.

QUOTE (james_chyn @ Dec 6 2011, 23:43) *
Since I play music on SAMSUNG YP-Q3, endurance is important.


If you already have the player, load up a playlist and test how long it last with each format.
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