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lossyWAV quality parameter
chrizoo
post Sep 19 2011, 12:33
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http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=LossyWAV says:

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-q, --quality <t> where t is one of the following (default = standard):
I, insane highest quality output, suitable for transcoding;
E, extreme higher quality output, suitable for transcoding;
H, high high quality output, suitable for transcoding;
S, standard default quality output, considered to be transparent;
C, economic intermediate quality output, likely to be transparent;
P, portable good quality output for DAP use, may not be transparent;
X, extraportable lowest quality output, not fully transparent.


lossyWAV 1.1.0c says:

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-I, --insane highest quality output, suitable for transcoding;
-E, --extreme high quality output, also suitable for transcoding;
-S, --standard default quality output, considered to be transparent;
-P, --portable good quality output for DAP use. Not considered to be fully transparent, but considered fit for its intended purpose.


Are the additional parameters listed in the wiki deprecated?
If yes, maybe someone should delete them from the wiki?
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chrizoo
post Sep 19 2011, 14:15
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sorry, I missed that. I don't know how I ended up with an old version.

is there any description of the --zero parameter somewhere?

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I don't know how I ended up with an old version.

OK, I found out. The wiki page quoted above says (in the box @ top/right):
"Website: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=577042"

which points to the 1.1.0c version.

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