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Lame 3.94a8, z switch
LordofStars
post Jan 16 2003, 19:25
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I can seem to get this to work properly. The help file states to use -z n. Any way I have tried to use it the encoder kicks it out as unrecognized.
I am using the compile from the 14 of jan 2002 from john33's others page.
Mithrander? JohnV? Anyone?
Help? Please?

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mithrandir
post Jan 17 2003, 06:37
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Hmmm, I didn't know that option existed.

I tried -Z 1 and -Z 2 with 3.94a8...it works! This is the kind of functionality we've been looking for.

My alpha exe says "(alpha 8, Jan 3 2003 10:21:07)" on the console output. I got it from john33's site on 11 Jan 2003.
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LordofStars
post Jan 17 2003, 07:33
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I've discovered my mistake. One other question though. What exactly does substep do. AFAIK it is a noise shaping option. Should -z and --substep not be used together?

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btw my alpha8 console reads jan12 I got it today on the 16th. Perhaps you would like to update.

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