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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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Pixar
post Dec 16 2010, 18:19
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Degradation does not occur))
With your codec I do not need lossless (only to spend too much space) ...
Optimum price / quality ratio.

I have a question.
How do I glue together multiple files into one (without transcoding)?
Analogue to Ogg Vorbis
copy / b 1.ogg + 2.ogg + 3.ogg = image.ogg
In WavPack is not working.

Thank you for your work bryant.
WavPack brilliant creation of genius smile.gif
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post Feb 6 2011, 03:02
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QUOTE (Pixar @ Dec 16 2010, 18:19) *
Thank you for your work bryant.
WavPack brilliant creation of genius smile.gif


This is being said quite too seldom around here in my opinion. Indeed, WavPack is the best lossy compressor available. It produces precisely predictable results when used with several bitrates and it always works. Stable as a rock. One can rely upon it. I use it very often with 96 kHz files together with the -q switch. Its just perfect for that: youll get wonderful "master" files to create other things from and you save space at the same time. Brilliant!


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