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Pixar
post Dec 16 2010, 11:50
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Hello all =)
I tested a hybrid coding mode (the best-miqhhb5) ...
I was delighted with the highest quality.
Programs designed for the detection of differences in sound do not detect a difference lossy and lossless.

What removes from the sound?
I did not find any similarity with other lossy codecs))
How have you achieved such excellent results? blink.gif

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Didjeridoo
post Nov 10 2011, 19:56
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Hello to all!
I am interested in the further development of the hybrid mode.
Is it possible to integrate the psy acoustic model from musepack to wavpack.
Or possible to encode sound to make with no noise?
Thanks & sorry for broken English))


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darkbyte
post Nov 10 2011, 21:46
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QUOTE (Didjeridoo @ Nov 10 2011, 21:56) *
Is it possible to integrate the psy acoustic model from musepack to wavpack.

I'm hoping in a stronger integration with the LossyWAV project. It would be awesome to encode the lossy part with the ultraportable setting plus have a correction file for lossless use with the already well supported hybrid file format of WavPack.


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