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HE-Aac encoder for linux needed
MediaJunkie
post Feb 22 2009, 23:13
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I'm developing an application that decodes mp3 files on-the-fly using libMAD end encodes it's output with LAME.
Now I want to replace LAME with HE-AAC, so good acc encoder needed.
My tests show that FLAAC quality is much lesser compared to 3GPP encoder for example.
Is there any alternative to FLAAC with better quality closer to 3GPP's encoder?
I don't mean free solutions only.

Or have anyone used 3GPP's encoder to encode labMAD output, is it possible?

PS: I'm not looking for a command line utility, I'm looking for a C/C++ library to use in my program.

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kornchild2002
post Feb 22 2009, 23:15
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What about Nero's AAC encoder? It supports LC-AAC, HE-AACv1, and HE-AACv2 encoding.
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MediaJunkie
post Feb 22 2009, 23:42
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Nero AAC encoder is a command-line utility, not a library that I can link to and use in my program.

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What about Nero's AAC encoder? It supports LC-AAC, HE-AACv1, and HE-AACv2 encoding.

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