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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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post Feb 8 2011, 19:29
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Thanks guys; Iím glad WavPack is working out for you.

I also find the hybrid lossy mode useful for certain things. Lately I have been doing some recording from local HD radio broadcasts. I first record the analog HD radio signal onto a Rockboxed iRiver H120 using WavPack lossless, then I copy those to the PC for conversion. If I donít care too much about quality Iíll just transcode them to MP3, but if I am concerned about possible lossy to lossy artifacts (because the HD radio uses a lossy codec) then I transcode them to WavPack lossy at about 300 Ė 400 kbps.

I have thought about putting 4 bps hybrid lossy mode encoding directly into the Rockbox code, but Iím afraid it would just confuse people and I would be the only one using it... smile.gif
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