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MP3Pro at 96kbps
john33
post Oct 15 2001, 22:30
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Using Nero, today I ripped some CD tracks, with EAC, then encoded them using the following encoders and presets, then decoded them and performed spectrum analysis with Sound Forge.


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Remarkably, the decoded .wav which was the most accurate in conforming to the original .wav was the MP3Pro file! I also happen to think it sounds pretty good!

Has anybody else tried out this MP3Pro setting?
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Timmy The Turtle
post Oct 15 2001, 23:20
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I also enjoy mp3pro at 96k. But to think that it beats any of the other formats, with the settings you listed is simply hilarious.
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Garf
post Oct 15 2001, 23:37
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QUOTE
Originally posted by john33
performed spectrum analysis with Sound Forge.


You can [b]never ever
judge a _perceptual_ codec with spectrum analysis.

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post Oct 15 2001, 23:57
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QUOTE
Originally posted by Garf
You can [b]never ever judge a _perceptual_ codec with 
spectrum analysis.


This is so true.

The mp3pro file may have looked the best, but nobody performing any serious listening test would ever be able to say with a straight face that it sounded the best.
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