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NSTL WMA Pro listening test, MS claims test proves WMA Pro > HE-AAC
[JAZ]
post Jan 11 2006, 21:40
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QUOTE (gameplaya15143 @ Jan 11 2006, 03:32 AM)
i think they are 'supposed' to represent a % quality.. but they are just high-to-low (or should it say low-to-lower... uh oh.. i better watch out for tos8)
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Have you heard problems with a ~240Kbps VBR (Q98) wma 9.1 file to say it is low quality?
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Woodinville
post Jan 12 2006, 01:01
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QUOTE ([JAZ] @ Jan 11 2006, 12:40 PM)
QUOTE (gameplaya15143 @ Jan 11 2006, 03:32 AM)

i think they are 'supposed' to represent a % quality.. but they are just high-to-low (or should it say low-to-lower... uh oh.. i better watch out for tos8)
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Have you heard problems with a ~240Kbps VBR (Q98) wma 9.1 file to say it is low quality?
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How about this new report (DBT and all) on WMA Pro quality?

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsme...Comparison.aspx


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post Jan 14 2006, 13:29
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1) If I follow the test procedure, the Nero files will be 64kbps LC-AAC, not HE-AAC. In their very detailed description, they simply didn't enable HE-AAC in the settings dialog. You can easily verify this with Nero 7 (even the free demo version should work).

You mean that when selecting “Nero Digital Audio (HE-AAC v2) (*.mp4)” only AAC-LC is used by default? If this is the case, you probably have a user interface design problem.
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