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Histogram characters in LAME?
Delirium
post Jan 27 2002, 02:42
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I feel like I should be able to figure this out, but for some reason I can't either figure it out or find info on it anywhere. Why are there two different chars ('%' and '*') in the LAME encoding histogram, and what do they mean?
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bman1
post Jan 27 2002, 02:44
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I believe it has to do with what parts of the MP3 use MS and which parts don't.


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post Jan 27 2002, 03:03
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% stands for Stereo frames, * for Joint Stereo frames. wink.gif
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