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Hi,

I was somewhat playing with the file delivered by http://www-pw.physics.uiowa.edu/~wsk/galil...fest/gll_g1.wav what suposed to be sounds of Ganymede's eerie sounding plasma winds (raw data). Vorbis, lame and flac were superb but psytel AAC encoder v2.15 failed to encode it. The volume is extremely low and doesn't anyhow sounds like it or at max 10% ...

Can anyone encode it in AAC HE ?

more info: http://science.slashdot.org/science/03/09/...tid=134&tid=160
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Hi,

I was somewhat playing with the file delivered by http://www-pw.physics.uiowa.edu/~wsk/galil...fest/gll_g1.wav what suposed to be sounds of Ganymede's eerie sounding plasma winds (raw data). Vorbis, lame and flac were superb but psytel AAC encoder v2.15 failed to encode it. The volume is extremely low and doesn't anyhow sounds like it or at max 10% ...

Can anyone encode it in AAC HE ?

more info: http://science.slashdot.org/science/03/09/...tid=134&tid=160

What bitrate you want it? And remember that Psytel development has stopped long ago, so it's not much use to complain about it anymore..
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FAAC LC AAC or AACENC32.dll 2.5.5.2 at Q5 or v128 something...
It should be possible to encode it with some more quality.
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