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post Mar 12 2005, 16:15
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Sine LAME 3.97b1 has been released very recently, here's a preliminary version of the new recommended settings thread (aka. --aps is dead). It's not finished yet and some stuff, which remains to be cleaned up is the collection of links and the EAC instructions.

The old thread will always be available here.

This is a request for comments. Suggestions and questions are welcome.
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Updated 2005-03-12

These settings require Lame 3.95 or later. Lame 3.97 found on this website is the recommended version. (Check here [fixme] to download).

Note: At a given bitrate range, the quality scale usually works to where VBR is higher quality than ABR which is higher quality than CBR (CBR < ABR < VBR in terms of quality). The exception to this is when you choose the highest possible CBR bitrate, which is 320 kbps (--alt-preset insane).


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Recommended encoder settings:
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-V2 is generally considered transparent... [fixme]

[fixme: add note about vbr-new]

-V 2 (~190 kbit/s, typical 170 ... 220)

-V 1 (~210 kbit/s, typical 200 ... 250)

-V 0 (~240 kbit/s, typical 220 ... 270)


Custom settings:
-V n
Example: -V 4 . The range goes from 9 (worst) to 0 (best).
A detailed dicussion over the target bitrates can be found here.


Update: Completely revamped the whole thread to accomodate the new recommended version (3.97).



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Recommended ABR (average bitrate) settings:
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--abr <bitrate>
Example:
--abr 200


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Recommended CBR (constant bitrate) settings:
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-b <bitrate>
Example:
-b 192


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Setting up EAC for lame.exe with tagging
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Based on Case's tutorial

Select compression options from EAC menu.
Open 'External Compression' tab.

1. Check 'Use external program for compression'
2. Change 'Parameter passing scheme' to 'User Defined Encoder'
3. Set file extension to .mp3
4. Click 'Browse' and locate 'lame.exe'
5. Change 'Additional command line options' to one of the following commandlines
6. Check 'Delete WAV after compression'
7. Uncheck 'Add ID3 tag'

QUOTE
ID3v1:
-V 2 --vbr-new --id3v1-only --ta "%a" --tt "%t" --tl "%g" --ty "%y" --tn "%n" %s %d

ID3v2:
-V 2 --vbr-new --id3v2-only --pad-id3v2 --ta "%a" --tt "%t" --tl "%g" --ty "%y" --tn "%n" %s %d

ID3v1 and ID3v2:
-V 2 --vbr-new --add-id3v2 --pad-id3v2 --ta "%a" --tt "%t" --tl "%g" --ty "%y" --tn "%n" %s %d

APEv2: (requires wapet.exe)
%d -t "Artist=%a" -t "Title=%t" -t "Album=%g" -t "Year=%y" -t "Track=%n" -t "Genre=%m" lame.exe -V 2 --vbr-new %s %d

(You can change -V 2 to any setting/preset you'd like to use)

These commandlines are generally recommended over EAC's own tagging routines and its LAME encoder parameter passing preset, which is known to cause problems.
The bitrate setting serves a cosmetic purpose and is used for the size display in EAC's main window.

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Useful links
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(Latest LAME compiles)
Dmitry's compiles
Rarewares.org MP3 section

(MP3 Information sites)
Hydrogen Audio
Decoder test by David Robinson

(MP3 Forums)
Hydrogenaudio MP3 forum



(Exact Audio Copy) - the best CD ripper & encoding (& tagging) to MP3 (or MPC, Ogg Vorbis) during ripping
Official site
Tutorial for EAC
EAC forum


(LAME Frontends)
RazorLame
ALL2LAME

HeadAC3he by Dark Avenger : ac3 -> wav DS2 -> mp3, ogg vorbis, mp2
BeSweet by DSPGuru : ac3 -> wav DS2 -> mp3, ogg vorbis, mp2 with batch-possibility


(Renaming / ID3 Tagging / Music Database)
Tag + Tag Frontend
Helium2
Renatager
MPTagger
More tagging information & programs
CDIndexer : for CD-Audio & data-CDs
MAC: Mpeg Audio Collection



(MP3 Gain) - lossless gain change / "normalizing"!
Official site
Basic Guide to avoid clipping


(How to)
Burn an MP3 CD
Reencode mp3 (high bitrate with ID3 tags) to mp3 (low bitrate) and include tags to new mp3 file : Try Monkeys Audio http://www.monkeysaudio.com/, or maybe better: foobar 2000, use the CLI encoder: http://www.saunalahti.fi/cse/html/foobar.html
MPC -> MP3 by MPCxchange


(Analyzing MP3)
EncSpot
ff123's artefact training
Tool for ABXing, Blind listening tests
ff123's site: Discussion of Audio Compression including sites to evaluate your own capability of listening
Training of musically listening good-ear.com
Training of listening to encoder's artefacts pcabx.com
MP3Utility

QuickSFV, SVF and MD5 checksums for files


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Credits
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A big thanks to all LAME developers for making one kickass MP3 codec.

People who took part in suggesting the different settings:
Dibrom, r3mix, ff123, Hans Heijden, kjempen, Benjamin Lebsanft, GeSomeone, Wombat.

Creation of the alt preset system and related special code level quality enhancements:
Dibrom, with technical assistance from Robert Hegemann and Naoki Shibata and extensive tuning help and quality verification via listening tests from JohnV and also initial help (--dm-preset era) from Hans Heijden, ff123, Wombat, and others. Test clips, bitrate information, and further listening tests provided by TheBashar, zbutsam, Pio2001, BadDuDeX, r3mix, h, TarX, Hans Heijden, ff123, Wombat, Filburt, Volcano, Garf, MrDrew, TrNSZ, nyaochi, Amadeus93, in no particular order, and many, many others I (Dibrom) probably forgot to mention.. (msg me to be added)

Idea (also exposing the need for a unified preset system), Original post and list of original settings collected by: user
Layout and additional work by: CiTay, SNYder, Dibrom, dev0


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Major update with Lame 3.97:




Updated 2005-09-16






These settings require Lame 3.97 or later. Lame 3.97beta1 (beta=b) found on this website is the recommended version. (Check here or Rarewares to download).
Do not use alpha (a) versions ! Those are for testing purposes, if you want.

Note: At a given bitrate range, the quality scale is following: VBR is higher quality than ABR which is higher quality than CBR (VBR > ABR > CBR in terms of quality). The exception to this is when you choose the highest possible CBR bitrate, which is 320 kbps (--alt-preset insane).
VBR: variable bitrate mode, the goal is to keep a constant quality and saving bits where possible without lowering the quality.
ABR: average bitrate mode varies bits around a specified target bitrate
CBR: constant bitrate mode is not efficient regarding distributing bitrate to more complex music parts and saving bits where it would be possible without lowering the quality of those music parts.
Note: all modes and settings mentioned in this topic belong to the specifications of the MP3 standard, and the resulting MP3s should be played by every standard-conform MP3-Decoder. If this shouldn't be the case, blame the manufacturer or developer of your MP3-Decoder/device. Neither the hydrogenaudio.org community, HA staff, nor the authors of this post take any responsibility for anything.


Discussion has been moved here.






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Recommended encoder settings:
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The settings, presets are listed beginning with highest possible quality stepping down to lower qualities:

CODE
Switch            equals preset        target kbit/s  Bitrate range kbit/s

-b 320          = --preset insane        320 CBR    320
-V 0            = --preset extreme       240      245285
-V 0 --vbr-new  = --preset fast extreme  240      245285
-V 1                                     210      220260
-V 1 --vbr-new                           210      220260
-V 2            = --preset standard      190      170210
-V 2 --vbr-new  = --preset fast standard 190      170210
-V 3                                     175      155195
-V 3 --vbr-new                           175      155195
-V 4            = --preset medium        165      145185
-V 4 --vbr-new  = --preset fast medium   165      145185
-V 5                                     130      110150
-V 5 --vbr-new                           130      110150
-V 6                                     115       95135
-V 6 --vbr-new                           115       95135
-V 7                                     100       80120
-V 7 --vbr-new                           100       80120
-V 8                                      85       65105
-V 8 - vbr-new                            85       65105
-V 9                                      65       4585
-V 9 - vbr-new                            65       4585



If the target is eg. streaming , where you need MP3 in ABR or even CBR mode, there are still the ABR and CBR modes.
You can specify your desired target bitrate:

ABR = Average Bitrate mode:

--abr xxx = --preset xxx

xxx (desired averaged bitrate in kbit/s) can be any value between 8 - 320 , like eg. 9, 17, 80, 128, 133, 200 etc.

Only for 128k ABR:
There was developed an alternative to the --abr 128 preset:
ff123's and Hans' suggestion (http://www.ff123.net/cbr128.html):
--abr 128 -h --nspsytune --athtype 2 --lowpass 16 --ns-bass -8 --scale 0.93
Different people have different tastes regarding artefacts and their behaviour of annoyance, so try out --abr 128 vs. --abr 128 -h --nspsytune --athtype 2 --lowpass 16 --ns-bass -8 --scale 0.93


CBR = Constant Bitrate mode:

-b xxx = --preset cbr xxx

xxx (desired bitrate in kbit/s) can be only: 8 , 16 , 24 , 32 , 40 , 48 , 64 , 80 , 96 , 112 , 128 , 160 , 192 , 256 or 320








Remarks:
the --vbr-new switch enables the new VBR mode. Lame will encode much faster compared to old/default vbr mode. Current knowledge qualitywise comparing vbr with --vbr-new is, that --vbr-new might even be better qualitywise than the default vbr mode, but there are also reports about artefact, which is worse in --vbr-new compared to default. Though the general impression is, that --vbr-new should be recommended over vbr-default.
The presets -V 0 , -V 1 , -V 2 with or without --vbr-new switch and of course -b 320 are considered to be transparent for a majority of people. (transparent = most people cannot distinguish the mp3 from the original in an ABX blindtest)
For high quality on portable MP3 players, you may use -V 4 (--vbr-new)= --preset (fast) medium (around 165 kbit/s).
-V 5 --vbr-new is a very good replacement for 128 kbit/s encodings.

The revolutionary --alt-preset system introduced in lame 3.90, is replaced nowadays by the preset system, which is already substituted by the above explained settings system.
You don't need to worry, if you select nowadays in lame 3.97 either --alt-preset xy , preset xy or corresponding switch xy, you will always get the same.
E.G.: --alt-preset cbr 320 is the exact same thing as --alt-preset insane etc.:
--alt-preset insane = --preset insane = -b 320 = --preset 320 = --preset cbr 320








-------------------------------------------------
Setting up EAC for lame.exe with tagging
-------------------------------------------------

Based on Case's tutorial

Select compression options from EAC menu.
Open 'External Compression' tab.

1. Check 'Use external program for compression'
2. Change 'Parameter passing scheme' to 'User Defined Encoder'
3. Set file extension to .mp3
4. Click 'Browse' and locate 'lame.exe'
5. Change 'Additional command line options' to one of the following commandlines
6. Check 'Delete WAV after compression'
7. Uncheck 'Add ID3 tag'

QUOTE
ID3v1:
-V 2 --vbr-new --id3v1-only --ta "%a" --tt "%t" --tl "%g" --ty "%y" --tn "%n" %s %d

ID3v2:
-V 2 --vbr-new --id3v2-only --pad-id3v2 --ta "%a" --tt "%t" --tl "%g" --ty "%y" --tn "%n" %s %d

ID3v1 and ID3v2:
-V 2 --vbr-new --add-id3v2 --pad-id3v2 --ta "%a" --tt "%t" --tl "%g" --ty "%y" --tn "%n" %s %d

APEv2: (requires wapet.exe)
%d -t "Artist=%a" -t "Title=%t" -t "Album=%g" -t "Year=%y" -t "Track=%n" -t "Genre=%m" lame.exe -V 2 --vbr-new %s %d

(You can change -V 2 --vbr-new to any setting/preset you'd like to use)

These commandlines are generally recommended over EAC's own tagging routines and its LAME encoder parameter passing preset, which is known to cause problems.
The bitrate setting serves a cosmetic purpose and is used for the size display in EAC's main window.


-------------------------------------------------
Useful links
-------------------------------------------------


(Latest LAME compiles)
Dmitry's compiles
Dibrom's compiles
Rarewares.org MP3 section

(MP3 Information sites)
Hydrogen Audio
Decoder test by David Robinson

(MP3 Forums)
Hydrogenaudio MP3 forum



(Exact Audio Copy) - the best CD ripper & encoding (& tagging) to MP3 (or MPC, Ogg Vorbis) during ripping
Official site
Tutorial for EAC
EAC forum


(LAME Frontends)
RazorLame

EasyLAME (german)

HeadAC3he by Dark Avenger : ac3 -> wav DS2 -> mp3, ogg vorbis, mp2
BeSweet by DSPGuru : ac3 -> wav DS2 -> mp3, ogg vorbis, mp2 with batch-possibility


(Renaming / ID3 Tagging / Music Database)
Tag + Tag Frontend
Helium2
Renatager
MPTagger
More tagging information & programs
CDIndexer : for CD-Audio & data-CDs
MAC: Mpeg Audio Collection



(MP3 Gain) - lossless gain change / "normalizing"!
Official site
Basic Guide to avoid clipping


(How to)
Burn an MP3 CD
Reencode mp3 (high bitrate with ID3 tags) to mp3 (low bitrate) and include tags to new mp3 file : Try Monkeys Audio http://www.monkeysaudio.com/, or maybe better: foobar 2000, use the CLI encoder: http://www.saunalahti.fi/cse/html/foobar.html
MPC -> MP3 by MPCxchange


(Analyzing MP3)
EncSpot
ff123's artefact training
Tool for ABXing, Blind listening tests
ff123's site: Discussion of Audio Compression including sites to evaluate your own capability of listening
Training of musically listening good-ear.com
Training of listening to encoder's artefacts pcabx.com
MP3Utility

QuickSFV, SVF and MD5 checksums for files


-------------------------------------------------
Credits
-------------------------------------------------


A big thanks to all LAME developers for making one kickass MP3 codec.

People who took part in suggesting the different settings:
Dibrom, r3mix, ff123, Hans Heijden, kjempen, Benjamin Lebsanft, GeSomeone, Wombat & GuruBoolez for his immense testing.

Creation of the alt preset system and related special code level quality enhancements:
Dibrom, with technical assistance from Robert Hegemann and Naoki Shibata and extensive tuning help and quality verification via listening tests from JohnV and also initial help (--dm-preset era) from Hans Heijden, ff123, Wombat, and others. Test clips, bitrate information, and further listening tests provided by TheBashar, zbutsam, Pio2001, BadDuDeX, r3mix, h, TarX, Hans Heijden, ff123, Wombat, Filburt, Volcano, Garf, MrDrew, TrNSZ, nyaochi, Amadeus93, in no particular order, and many, many others I (Dibrom) probably forgot to mention.. (msg me to be added)

Idea (also exposing the need for a unified preset system), Original post and list of original settings collected by: user
Layout and additional work by: dev0, CiTay, SNYder, Dibrom



And finally...

Thank you ALL in the community for making it what it is, providing interest and discussion and helping to work towards the most concise, well tuned, and most thought out MP3 quality "paradigm" seen yet! biggrin.gif -- Dibrom




the links sections needs to be completely overhauled, eg. add those:

QUOTE (Vietwoojagig @ Sep 16 2005, 12:38 PM)


This post has been edited by user: Sep 16 2005, 15:55


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Here, I've tried to improve user's guide by correcting and lightening it a bit (I still think that the lighter is the better in this case). Markup is changed a bit, too.
Opinions and corrections are appreciated, of course.
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These settings require Lame 3.97 or later. Lame 3.97beta1 (often referenced as 3.97b1) found on this website is the recommended version. (Check here or Rarewares to download).
Avoid using alpha (a) versions, those are mainly for testing purposes.

Note: At a given bitrate range, the quality scale is following: VBR is higher quality than ABR which is higher quality than CBR (VBR > ABR > CBR in terms of quality). The exception to this is when you choose the highest possible CBR bitrate, which is 320 kbps (--preset insane).

VBR: variable bitrate mode, the goal is to keep a constant quality and saving bits where possible without lowering the quality.
ABR: average bitrate mode varies bits around a specified target bitrate
CBR: constant bitrate mode is not efficient regarding distributing bitrate to more complex music parts and saving bits where it would be possible without lowering the quality of those music parts.

Note: all modes and settings mentioned in this topic belong to the specifications of the MP3 standard, and the resulting MP3s should be played by every standard-conform MP3-Decoder. If this shouldn't be the case, blame the manufacturer or developer of your MP3-Decoder/device. Neither the hydrogenaudio.org community, HA staff, nor the authors of this post take any responsibility for anything.


Discussion has been moved here.




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Recommended encoder settings:
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Presets
(listed beginning with highest possible quality stepping down to lower qualities)

--preset insane (or -b 320)
maximum quality possible, very high bitrate (always 320 kbps).

--preset extreme (or -V0)
exceptionally high quality, somewhat high bitrate (typically 220—270 kbps).

--preset fast extreme (or -V0 --vbr-new)
allows faster encoding and a bit higher quality than normal --preset extreme (typically 220—270 kbps).

--preset standard (or -V2)
generally transparent preset, almost indistinguishable from --preset extreme, good size/quality tradeoff (typically 180—240 kbps).

--preset fast standard (or -V2 --vbr-new)
allows faster encoding and a bit higher quality than normal --preset standard (typically 180—240 kbps).

--preset medium (or -V4)
mostly transparent preset, extremely suitable for noisy environments and portable use, very good size/quality tradeoff (typically 110—170 kbps).

--preset fast medium (or -V4 --vbr-new)
allows faster encoding and a bit higher quality than normal --preset standard (typically 110—170 kbps).

You can also experiment with other quality settings (such as -V1 or -V3), which are thoroughly described here: [here goes the link to the appropriate wiki part]


If the target is eg. streaming, where you need MP3 in ABR or even CBR mode, there are still the ABR and CBR modes.
You can specify your desired target bitrate:

ABR (Average Bitrate mode):

--preset xxx or --abr xxx (e.g.: --preset 136, --abr 80)

xxx (desired averaged bitrate in kbit/s) can be any value between 8—320 (e.g. 9, 17, 80, 128, 133, 200 etc.).

Note: You could also try this popular setting as an alternative to 128 kbps ABR:
-V5 --vbr-new --athaa-sensitivity 1

CBR (Constant Bitrate mode):

--preset cbr xxx or --b xxx (e.g.: --preset cbr 96, -b 160)

Note: Allowed values for CBR (in kbps): 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, 320.

Remarks:

About the new VBR mode (also referenced as --vbr-new)
The --vbr-new switch enables the new VBR mode. Lame will encode much faster compared to old/default vbr mode. Current knowledge qualitywise comparing default vbr with --vbr-new is, that --vbr-new might even be better qualitywise than the default vbr mode, but there are also reports about artifact, that shows up in --vbr-new compared to default. Though the general impression is, that --vbr-new should be recommended over vbr-default.
The presets from -V0 to -V3 with or without --vbr-new switch and of course -b 320 are considered to be transparent for a majority of people. (That means, most people cannot distinguish the mp3 from the original in a double blindtest)

For example, high quality for portable MP3 players may be achieved using -V4 --vbr-new / --preset fast medium (around 150 kbps).

About the old preset system (also referenced as --alt-presets)
The revolutionary --alt-preset system introduced in lame 3.90, is replaced nowadays by the new preset system, explained here: [link to the wiki part blah-blah…]
Note: now you must type in --preset instead of alt-preset).

Though there will be nothing wrong if you select either --alt-preset xy, preset xy or corresponding switch xy, you will always get the same [umm, not sure on the alt-preset part] (e.g: --alt-preset cbr 320 = --alt-preset insane = --preset insane = -b 320 = --preset 320 = --preset cbr 320).

[tutorials and useful links — I think they should be moved to wiki]

[credits — the same?]


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- - beto   QUOTE well, we focus meanwhile on the -V switches,...   Sep 17 2005, 21:27
- - benc   Hope this doesn't seem to cheeky for a lurker ...   Sep 18 2005, 01:31
- - Gabriel   Note: average bitrate range of VBR levels are over...   Sep 18 2005, 09:53
- - Gabriel   *bitrate ranges: V1 is now probably in the 200-25...   Sep 23 2005, 16:10
|- - user   QUOTE (Gabriel @ Sep 23 2005, 04:10 PM)*recom...   Sep 23 2005, 17:45
- - MJT   The first link on the post goes to a page for 3.98...   Sep 23 2005, 22:44
- - Gabriel   Why not just mentionning the -V values without --v...   Sep 24 2005, 09:25
|- - Mo0zOoH   QUOTE (Gabriel @ Sep 24 2005, 11:25 AM)otherw...   Sep 24 2005, 19:27
- - Cosmo   If the new vbr algorithm is now in fact faster and...   Sep 24 2005, 20:49
- - Mo0zOoH   Not to mention the fact that the speed and quality...   Sep 24 2005, 23:44
- - Canar   So does --vbr-new provide noticably worse quality ...   Sep 25 2005, 00:27
- - VCSkier   as it has been stated before, --vbr-new has shown ...   Sep 25 2005, 06:05
- - Gabriel   *vbr-new seems to be better overall than vbr-old o...   Sep 25 2005, 10:13
|- - Madrigal   QUOTE (Gabriel @ Sep 25 2005, 04:13 AM)*vbr-n...   Sep 25 2005, 11:16
|- - Jojo   QUOTE (Gabriel @ Sep 25 2005, 01:13 AM)*vbr-n...   Sep 25 2005, 21:58
- - teleguise   That's why I had asked for a little insight on...   Sep 26 2005, 00:50
- - zipr   Am I the only one who is having problems with the ...   Sep 27 2005, 00:19
- - kockroach   Genre is obtained using the following --tg ...   Sep 27 2005, 02:12
- - dev0   Some thoughts:The --alt-preset/--preset syntax is ...   Sep 27 2005, 07:33
|- - guruboolez   QUOTE (dev0 @ Sep 27 2005, 07:33 AM)While I a...   Sep 27 2005, 09:54
|- - user   Thanks guruboolez, I just give fact: I wa sonly ...   Sep 27 2005, 10:31
- - Synthetic Soul   QUOTE (kockroach @ Sep 27 2005, 02:12 AM)Genr...   Sep 27 2005, 11:02
- - dev0   I wasn't aware your action was coordinated wit...   Sep 27 2005, 11:10
|- - user   Hej, dev0, I accept your apologies, a misunderstan...   Sep 27 2005, 11:23
- - dev0   This is basically a collection/remix of the ideas ...   Sep 27 2005, 12:02
- - Synthetic Soul   QUOTE (dev0 @ Sep 27 2005, 12:02 PM)--V n (wh...   Sep 27 2005, 12:16
|- - dev0   QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Sep 27 2005, 12:16 PM...   Sep 27 2005, 12:19
|- - user   well, indeed, dev0's suggestion here is lacki...   Sep 27 2005, 12:22
|- - dev0   QUOTE (user @ Sep 27 2005, 12:22 PM)dev0...   Sep 27 2005, 12:24
|- - sTisTi   QUOTE (dev0 @ Sep 27 2005, 03:24 AM)QUOTE (us...   Sep 27 2005, 13:05
- - Synthetic Soul   Thanks. Apart from that, I like the format. Howe...   Sep 27 2005, 12:30
|- - dev0   QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Sep 27 2005, 12:30 PM...   Sep 27 2005, 12:37
- - Gabriel   Here is the previous one, from Google cache QUOTE...   Sep 27 2005, 12:45
- - Synthetic Soul   The only thing I can think of with regard to recom...   Sep 27 2005, 12:49
|- - dev0   QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Sep 27 2005, 12:49 PM...   Sep 27 2005, 12:53
- - kritip   Ah, i had the same idea of google cache but couldn...   Sep 27 2005, 12:51
- - guruboolez   I'm still bothered by the quick start recommen...   Sep 27 2005, 12:53
|- - guruboolez   --my mistake--   Sep 27 2005, 12:57
- - Synthetic Soul   QUOTE (guruboolez @ Sep 27 2005, 12:53 PM)In ...   Sep 27 2005, 12:57
|- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Sep 27 2005, 12:57 PM...   Sep 27 2005, 13:00
|- - user   google cashe was a good idea, but unfortunately, a...   Sep 27 2005, 13:03
- - Gabriel   QUOTE Ah, i had the same idea of google cache but ...   Sep 27 2005, 13:03
- - Synthetic Soul   QUOTE (guruboolez @ Sep 27 2005, 01:00 PM)I s...   Sep 27 2005, 13:04
|- - sTisTi   QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Sep 27 2005, 04:04 AM...   Sep 27 2005, 13:17
|- - guruboolez   QUOTE (Synthetic Soul @ Sep 27 2005, 01:04 PM...   Sep 27 2005, 13:19
- - Synthetic Soul   QUOTE (user @ Sep 27 2005, 01:03 PM)And yes, ...   Sep 27 2005, 13:15
- - Synthetic Soul   Agreed.   Sep 27 2005, 13:22
- - Gabriel   What about something like: VBR settings provide d...   Sep 27 2005, 13:25
- - dev0   I don't think that not giving any recommendati...   Sep 27 2005, 13:36
|- - guruboolez   QUOTE (dev0 @ Sep 27 2005, 01:36 PM)I don...   Sep 27 2005, 14:01
|- - user   For all those reasons we have the complete table o...   Sep 27 2005, 14:05
- - Gabriel   QUOTE Think of it like this: What would you tell a...   Sep 27 2005, 14:03
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