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cbuchner1
post Oct 17 2001, 20:03
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so the board name will be "MP3/MP3Pro/MP3+V"

There's a new technology out there. It's called Plus-V (or MP3+V).

It follows a similar approach than MP3 Pro. It creates an MP3-compatible baselayer bitstream and adds another layer of proprietary high frequency coding. Of course this is NOT high quality.

What they do is a parametric approach to encode noise power in high frequency subbands and separately encoding additional harmonics.

I'd love to hear how it will sound. Check out their website.

http://www.plusv.org/intro.php

Unfortunately, they got patents on this.

[ This is a double-posting and also appeared on r3mix.net ;-) ]
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cbuchner1
post Oct 18 2001, 17:58
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Originally posted by leopold
If you have any questions about PlusV, please ask them at http://www.plusv.org/ instead of here - at least if you want to have a proper answer. I noticed this question purely by luck, and it could well have been left unanswered.


It's definitely nice to have a Plus-V developer here! I hope you don't mind if we discuss the format and its quality implications of plus-V here. ;-) This board was meant to be a place for discussing a variety of audio formats.

But it's good to know whom to ask when detailed technical questions arise.

Someone on the OGG-Vorbis mailinglist criticized that your library links to FFTW - which is GPL'ed software. Strictily speaking, you would have to make your software GPL as well. Maybe you better get an independent and free ("Public Domain") FFT implementation.
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- cbuchner1   add "MP3+V" to the title of this forum   Oct 17 2001, 20:03
- - TrNSZ   What seems interesting is that the tools are imple...   Oct 17 2001, 21:31
- - Garf   I had a little listen. It doesn't have the metalli...   Oct 18 2001, 11:30
- - TrNSZ   Also, at this point, I'm really unimpressed with t...   Oct 18 2001, 11:34
- - Garf   QUOTE Originally posted by TrNSZ Also, at this po...   Oct 18 2001, 12:39
- - TrNSZ   Yeah, so to playback the file, I wonder if the +V ...   Oct 18 2001, 12:51
- - leopold   PlusV doesn't require decoding the full bitstream ...   Oct 18 2001, 13:23
- - YouriP   I think this is an amiable effort in reproducing S...   Oct 18 2001, 16:48
- - cbuchner1   QUOTE Originally posted by leopold If you have an...   Oct 18 2001, 17:58
- - leopold   >It's definitely nice to have a Plus-V develope...   Oct 19 2001, 16:32
- - leopold   >I think this is an amiable effort in reproduci...   Oct 19 2001, 16:39
- - Ivan Dimkovic   Menno (FAAD) and I thought about AAC implementatio...   Oct 19 2001, 21:13
- - cbuchner1   The WinAmp plugin V1.01 for Plus-V is here. http:...   Oct 20 2001, 06:49
- - ff123   The plusv winamp plugin and other downloads can be...   Oct 20 2001, 07:16
- - cbuchner1   QUOTE Originally posted by ff123 The plusv winamp...   Oct 20 2001, 09:06
- - ff123   QUOTE Nope. After using the DiskWriter plugin with...   Oct 20 2001, 12:42
- - Wish   http://mbnet.fi/~gridle/in_plusv.zip The other pl...   Oct 20 2001, 23:57
- - cbuchner1   QUOTE Originally posted by Wish The other plugi...   Oct 21 2001, 03:05
- - YouriP   Well, these are probably just some growing pains t...   Oct 21 2001, 19:28
- - xiphmont   I visited the www.plusv.org forums because I had s...   Oct 22 2001, 01:20
- - jianxin yan   hi. you'd better register at first. than you will ...   Oct 22 2001, 14:09
- - xiphmont   QUOTE Originally posted by jianxin yan hi. you'd ...   Oct 26 2001, 06:30


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