iTunes not being that convenient
Does QuickTime require you to have a "QuickTime Pro" license to use the AAC encoder?
So here goes the 1st question: Does QuickTime require you to have a "QuickTime Pro" license to use the AAC encoder?Does Winamp require a "Winamo Pro" license to use Fraunhofer IIS or CT ?AFAIK, The Nero codec is free (quote: for personal non-commercial and/or technology-evaluation purposes)
So basically you only need to install either iTunes or QuickTime (both free).
Quote from: NePaC on 04 September, 2013, 06:19:52 PMSo basically you only need to install either iTunes or QuickTime (both free).no you don't. you only need the itunes or QT installer [...].
Fraunhofer (LC, HE, HEv2, no True VBR)- fhgaacenc. CLI for the official Fraunhofer AAC encoder. It requires proprietary DLLs from Winamp.
Also, Apple AAC-LC performs better.
Exactly there, Apple is always higher.
It doesn't perform better though in that test, which is what you claimed.
I think you should learn what those pictures mean before trying to explain them.
I believe the blu line is where all the listening test of every different person pointed to
Each vertical line segment represents the 95% confidence interval (using ANOVA analysis) for each codec.
I don't want to be an audio engineer and probably you too had to study and make wrong assumptions based on something you thought it was correct.
Two means whose confidence intervals do not overlap are considered statistically significant from each other, due to the fact that they can be claimed with high confidence. Two means whose confidence intervals do overlap are considered indistinguishable in statistical terms.