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[USELESS] Is Ogg Vorbis aoTuV b2 Q=4,44, transparent for you?
Is Ogg Vorbis aoTuV b2 Q=4,44 transparent for you?
Is Ogg Vorbis aoTuV b2 Q=4,44 transparent for you?
ALWAYS (100% of my music is transparent) [ 14 ] ** [38.89%]
ALMOST (only few killer samples known in my music) [ 10 ] ** [27.78%]
SOMETIMES (I can see difference almost always ...) [ 8 ] ** [22.22%]
NEVER (I always hear difference) [ 4 ] ** [11.11%]
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Celsus
post Jul 11 2004, 20:18
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Is Ogg Vorbis aoTuV b2 Q=4,44 transparent for you?

I mean YOUR music, not special killer samples. If it is not transparent, please tell me in what?
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Latexxx
post Jul 11 2004, 20:20
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Why q 4,44?
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Celsus
post Jul 11 2004, 20:23
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QUOTE (Latexxx @ Jul 11 2004, 10:20 PM)
Why q 4,44?
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Well, I have to choose - codec itself is not transparent or not transparent - we can choose option in such poll only for certain bitrate.

PLEASE SELECT CLOSEST ANSWER - so if you use Q=5 and it is transparent, select first option etc.
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post Jul 11 2004, 20:56
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QUOTE (Celsus @ Jul 11 2004, 11:23 AM)
QUOTE (Latexxx @ Jul 11 2004, 10:20 PM)
Why q 4,44?
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Well, I have to choose - codec itself is not transparent or not transparent - we can choose option in such poll only for certain bitrate.

PLEASE SELECT CLOSEST ANSWER - so if you use Q=5 and it is transparent, select first option etc.
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Umm.. if this is for yourself, why don't you do your own listening tests and determine that?

It doesn't seem to make much sense to ask this kind of question, especially if you're asking people to listen "with their own music and not killer samples."
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post Jul 11 2004, 21:02
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QUOTE (Dibrom @ Jul 11 2004, 10:56 PM)
QUOTE (Celsus @ Jul 11 2004, 11:23 AM)
QUOTE (Latexxx @ Jul 11 2004, 10:20 PM)
Why q 4,44?
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Well, I have to choose - codec itself is not transparent or not transparent - we can choose option in such poll only for certain bitrate.

PLEASE SELECT CLOSEST ANSWER - so if you use Q=5 and it is transparent, select first option etc.
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Umm.. if this is for yourself, why don't you do your own listening tests and determine that?

It doesn't seem to make much sense to ask this kind of question, especially if you're asking people to listen "with their own music and not killer samples."
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I mean not "labolatory" environment, but how Ogg Vorbis aoTuV b2 Q=4,44 do its job in normal, everyday purposes. My music on my sennheiser headphones is transparent for me, no need to make "listening test" with killer samples - question is how it works for each user in his music.
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- Celsus   [USELESS] Is Ogg Vorbis aoTuV b2 Q=4,44   Jul 11 2004, 20:18
- - Latexxx   Why q 4,44?   Jul 11 2004, 20:20
|- - Celsus   QUOTE (Latexxx @ Jul 11 2004, 10:20 PM)Why q ...   Jul 11 2004, 20:23
|- - Dibrom   QUOTE (Celsus @ Jul 11 2004, 11:23 AM)QUOTE (...   Jul 11 2004, 20:56
|- - Celsus   QUOTE (Dibrom @ Jul 11 2004, 10:56 PM)QUOTE (...   Jul 11 2004, 21:02
- - DreamTactix291   I suppose aoTuV b2 at 4.44 would be transparent en...   Jul 11 2004, 21:06
- - analogy   For portable use, I'll encode at Q0 to save sp...   Jul 11 2004, 21:08
- - Latexxx   What bitrate does q 4,44 represent?   Jul 11 2004, 21:14
- - DreamTactix291   Nominal of 142.1kbps.   Jul 11 2004, 21:15
|- - Celsus   QUOTE (DreamTactix291 @ Jul 11 2004, 11:15 PM...   Jul 11 2004, 21:17
- - Latexxx   Why q 4.44 why not 4, 4.5 or 5?   Jul 11 2004, 21:21
|- - Celsus   QUOTE (Latexxx @ Jul 11 2004, 11:21 PM)Why q ...   Jul 11 2004, 21:28
- - Frank_Bicking   8 people have voted so far, which would mean that ...   Jul 11 2004, 21:32
|- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Frank_Bicking @ Jul 11 2004, 09:32 PM)...   Jul 11 2004, 21:35
|- - Celsus   QUOTE (Frank_Bicking @ Jul 11 2004, 11:32 PM)...   Jul 11 2004, 21:56
|- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Celsus @ Jul 11 2004, 09:56 PM)QUOTE (...   Jul 11 2004, 22:00
|- - Celsus   QUOTE (guruboolez @ Jul 12 2004, 12:00 AM)QUO...   Jul 11 2004, 22:06
|- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Celsus @ Jul 11 2004, 10:06 PM)but ...   Jul 11 2004, 22:15
- - DeeZi   A few preecho optimations should be done. Like in ...   Jul 11 2004, 21:33
- - eagleray   4.99 would make more sense to me as that is the cu...   Jul 11 2004, 22:11
- - Celsus   Ok, so we advice all people to do ABX But poll is...   Jul 11 2004, 22:30
|- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Celsus @ Jul 11 2004, 10:30 PM)Ok, so ...   Jul 11 2004, 22:34
- - Celsus   I think that problem is on reader side. If poll is...   Jul 11 2004, 22:51
|- - indybrett   QUOTE (Celsus @ Jul 11 2004, 04:51 PM)I don...   Jul 11 2004, 23:26
|- - Atlantis   QUOTE (indybrett @ Jul 12 2004, 12:26 AM)QUOT...   Jul 12 2004, 07:54
- - Celsus   Well, everyone here has right to have his opinion....   Jul 12 2004, 09:25


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