Accorgint to "the white noise test" i did with your encoder( see my paper )you did not seem to fix anything.Please don't say you've reduced the HF boost effect withoug even knowing the cause.Correct me, if i'm wrong.(The things i'm saying in the paper are valid vor q>=6 and somewhat applicable for q<=5)bye,Sebastian
so... how did you do it actually ?bye,Sebastian
See this thread.
Ok, then. Sorry for the trouble.If THAT's the only thing he did, I would not recommendthe usage of his binary. Anyway, everyone is free to dowhatever he likes bye,Sebastian
I don't know if recent versions do something different, though.
Because of tigre's reply I thought you're trying to fix the point-stereo thing by just avoiding it which sounds not that well for me.
... Hence I believe, as tigre pointed out above, that empirical analysis such as spectrograms are only useful during tuning, bugfixing, etc. but ABX/ABC-HR tests should be used as the final judge of an encoder since that is ultimately what a perceptual encoder is used for.....compressing audio for our listening.
My impression is that you are judging my encoder based on looking at the frequency response of original/compressed white noise. In my opinion, that is not an accurate or fair way of judging any perceptual coder.
QK! Your GT3b2 with HF reduction lacks multilanguage support. My Russian files could not be interpreted. Could you do something with it? Plus remove the line, which says "Experimental codec, do not use for archiving"?