Originally posted by user Hi,done. Added only the link to the list, not to helium and mptagger, because then the list becomes to big.And the newbie would get too much infos at first moment.If he needs other programs than renatager, he can look at list, where he can find mptagger and helium2, too.
Originally posted by SNYder p.s.at the top of the list you still have the recomended compiler linking to rev8b. might wanna update that.
Originally posted by c15zyx 2 short questions:1. Why is -q 2 (-h) used instead of -q 0? I know that -q2 is recommended as it is faster and that -q0 doesn't yield significantly better results, but doesn't -q0 results in better quality (which is what we're after here)? Does -q0 cause certain problems by trying to find the 'best' type of noise shaping etc.?
2. Is there an audible difference (for most people) between a lowpass of 19200 Hz (defaulted in preset standard) and 19900 Hz (defaulted in extreme i think)?
Would setting the lowpass as 19.5 using preset standard affect the quality much? Just nice to know that the full 20-20k is kept intact.
added lowpass 16 to ABR 134/128 setting. It was missing there.
I wonder why in alt preset 128 scale 0.93 is implemented. Clipping can be avoided by mp3gain or mp3trim.Snelg wants to add an automatic funtion into his mp3gain, so that there will be an one click success deal to get maximized files without clipping.
Originally posted by ff123 Probably 134 should revert back to 128 if the bitrate problem has been fixed, which it should be according to the history for the 3.90 release. But to be honest, I haven't checked. Lowpass 16 is needed if 128 is used, but not needed if 134 is used.
scale 0.93 is used because probably the majority of lame users who use lower bitrates like 128 won't be as anal about quality as to use a separate utility like mp3gain to adjust the gain after encoding.
Originally posted by user Snelg wants to add an automatic funtion into his mp3gain, so that there will be an one click success deal to get maximized files without clipping.
"or (ff123's and Hans' suggestion -- http://www.ff123.net/cbr128.html): -b128 -h --nspsytune --athtype 2 --lowpass 16 --ns-bass -8 " Is the lowpass switch, I added yesterday to 128 CBR commandline, really needed ? Or not, if lowpass 16 is a preset of Lame at 128 CBR ? Then it would be better it is removed again, so that this line becomes as short as possible.
What is with ABR 128 / 134 ? Is there lowpass 16 preswitched by lame, too, or not ?