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Lame VBR Preset doesn't work properly in EAC ?, EAC Bitrate opt. influences VBR preset ?
Jojo
post May 8 2005, 17:49
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QUOTE (Gen912 @ May 7 2005, 05:53 PM)
Jojo, what does your answer say about your signature?  biggrin.gif  Just Kidding!
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??? what do you mean by that?


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Gen912
post May 9 2005, 02:16
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QUOTE (Jojo @ May 8 2005, 06:49 PM)
QUOTE (Gen912 @ May 7 2005, 05:53 PM)
Jojo, what does your answer say about your signature?  biggrin.gif  Just Kidding!
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??? what do you mean by that?
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Oh ok. Well I might be on a wrong track here.

I just thought your comment from post #22:

"So if it makes you feel more comfortable you can just use --preset standard and you'll be fine. However, the fancy way of --preset standard is -V2.
The results will be identical since it's mapped to the exact same setting ...so use whatever you like"

versus

your signature:

"--alt-presets are there for a reason! These other switches DO NOT work better than it, trust me on this."

sounded like a funny combination. But I guess what you're saying in both cases is that neither one is better than the other.

Anyways, it's not important. I'm just happy with your wanting to help me out on my quest to a better understanding of music encoding anno 2005. smile.gif

EDIT: Edited quote

This post has been edited by Gen912: May 9 2005, 02:20


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