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Encoding for MPEG-4?
post Mar 13 2002, 07:10
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Hiya, I'm new here. I was wondering which encoder and what settings I should use to create a MPEG-4 compliant AAC that I can mux with my video to be able to play on (future) standalone players?

Will there be much difference if I transcode a DVD AC3 file into AAC? What should I do to minimise the quality loss? Can AAC do 5.1 channel sound?

Please help, thanks!
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post Mar 16 2002, 06:02
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I don't think the Xcard will handle 5.1 AAC audio. If you look at the MPEG-4 chip used, it is supposed to support profile Level 2 MPEG-4 audio which can only handle 2-channels I believe. Maybe some other company will design an MPEG-4 chip in the future that can handle 5.1 AAC...
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