Re: Nontransparent example at 231kbps
Reply #28 – 2021-10-15 00:06:37
Also, your signature: if not worse probably yes So dither or not is irrelevant, if not worse. But your files are CBR right?It's CVBR (Constrained VBR) and CBR My source file is indeed 32-bit float, generated by Adobe Audition.it looks you are misunderstood, I wrote source it means RAW files (pure by hardware not converted, not modified or compressed by any built-in recording software), base on your comment I guess your original source is not recording in 32-bit float because I doubt the tone file just 2MB seems impossible. The WMA files were encoded using Adobe Audition 1.5's built-in encoder, with VBR settings. 32-bit floating-point use a high resource and wasted storage usage. Required capable hardware, possibly the tone file likely could take up hundreds of Megabytes. Consumer users shouldn't mess with that, easy to reduce SSD TBW lifespan unless they know what are they doing maybe I should add detail to my signature I totally agree
Killer samples are accepted. In this case it's rather a synthetic/generated sound — and these kinds of samples are more a proof of concept than a real annoyance for users.This type of thinking needs to be stopped. Opus (and most other lossy codecs) are designed for audible signals, not certain types of music. If it’s audible to humans, the codec should handle it. If that’s not the case, can i see the list of “acceptable noises to use in music”?
Last Edit: 2021-10-15 00:20:39 by amariami