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What are the internal switches of Alt presets?
Oge_user
post Aug 22 2002, 20:22
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Hello to all.
Using the alt preset(s) in the Lame 3.92, i must say that
"alt preset 128 cbr" make a good job avoiding common problems
at this bitrate.
Can someone explain the internal switches or commands used by
alt preset 128 and alt preset insane?
And, if possible, the meaning?


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Kitanai
post Aug 27 2005, 15:28
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I searched the FAQ and WIKI some more and come up with the internal preset extreme settings for LAME 3.95.1
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Switch            equals               target  Y  b  lowpass resample
-V 0            = --preset extreme       240     128  19500

and for LAME 3.96.1
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Switch   Preset   Target Kbps   Y Switch   -b   Lowpass   Resample
-V 0  --preset extreme  240      128  19383 Hz - 19916 Hz

I would like to know what the settings in LAME 3.90.3 are, since its encoding window shows VBR(q=2) ??? Isn't is supposed to show q=0? (I know, it's just a detail smile.gif )
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post Aug 27 2005, 15:42
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QUOTE (Kitanai @ Aug 27 2005, 08:28 AM)
I searched the FAQ and WIKI some more and come up with the internal preset extreme settings for LAME 3.95.1
CODE
Switch            equals               target  Y  b  lowpass resample
-V 0            = --preset extreme       240     128  19500

and for LAME 3.96.1
CODE
Switch   Preset   Target Kbps   Y Switch   -b   Lowpass   Resample
-V 0  --preset extreme  240      128  19383 Hz - 19916 Hz

I would like to know what the settings in LAME 3.90.3 are, since its encoding window shows VBR(q=2) ??? Isn't is supposed to show q=0? (I know, it's just a detail  smile.gif )
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Hello, welcome to HA.

I see that you searched before asking, that is very good.

The truth is that the presets use code-level tweaks that can't be replicated using switches That reference you show is only that, reference.

As for q 2 or 0, that has been discussed many, many times (also, the hmm, "inconvenience" of preset extreme, have you tried standarr? you would save a lot of space and if you can hear a difference you will have the undying respect of a lot of people around here). Search for an answer. Short one: q 2 is more than you can possibly need.

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- Oge_user   What are the internal switches of Alt presets?   Aug 22 2002, 20:22
- - lucpes   I'd recommend --alt preset standard; generally if ...   Aug 22 2002, 20:47
- - JohnV   QUOTE Originally posted by Oge_user Can someone e...   Aug 23 2002, 09:20
- - Oge_user   Verbose? Sure! Thanks a lot for the support.   Aug 23 2002, 10:42
- - dreamliner77   1) I thought if you used, say --alt-preset cbr 128...   Aug 23 2002, 10:47
- - JohnV   QUOTE Originally posted by dreamliner77 1) I thou...   Aug 23 2002, 11:04
- - Kblood   Well, I surely thought there was some code tweakin...   Aug 23 2002, 12:35
- - dev0   QUOTE Originally posted by Kblood Well, I surely ...   Aug 23 2002, 12:55
- - JohnV   QUOTE Originally posted by Kblood Well, I surely ...   Aug 23 2002, 13:02
- - Kblood   Once again, the hordes of experts lurking in HA ri...   Aug 23 2002, 13:11
- - westgroveg   I wanted to know what lowpass is used for standard...   Aug 23 2002, 23:23
- - Delirium   QUOTE Originally posted by westgroveg I wanted to...   Aug 24 2002, 00:57
- - Oge_user   Thanks a lot for the support!   Aug 30 2002, 16:46
- - Kitanai   I searched the FAQ and WIKI some more and come up ...   Aug 27 2005, 15:28
|- - AtaqueEG   QUOTE (Kitanai @ Aug 27 2005, 08:28 AM)I sear...   Aug 27 2005, 15:42
- - Kitanai   Thanks for the warm welcome I am going to back...   Aug 27 2005, 15:55
|- - timcupery   QUOTE (Kitanai @ Aug 27 2005, 09:55 AM)I am g...   Aug 27 2005, 16:21
- - Kitanai   Thanks for your thoughts on this issue - it basica...   Aug 27 2005, 16:33


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