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  • spase
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NEW MPC encoder thanks to Frank Klemm
There is a new faster improved encoder for the mpegplus format.
Get it from MPEGplus net or from Frank's Page or directly:

http://www.uni-jena.de/~pfk/mpp/bin/mppenc-windows-0.90e.zip (Windows)
http://www.uni-jena.de/~pfk/mpp/bin/mppenc...libc6-0.90e.zip (Linux dynamic linked)
http://www.uni-jena.de/~pfk/mpp/bin/mppenc...tatic-0.90e.zip (Linux static linked)

New Features Include:

-ca. 35% faster (Encodes at 15x realtime on an Athlon 1400)
-support of 8 . . . 32 bit linear PCM
-can encode also encode 1 channel files and multi channel files (only first two channels are encoded)
-support of directly reading LPAC compressed PCM files
-Can directly read from a pipe (max. 27 hours of audio possible)
-Support of WAVE files with 2...4 GByte (if file system supports this)
-some minor bug fixes (which do NOT affect audio quality)
-smoother fade out
-support of very verbose  -v -v

Read more at: http://www.uni-jena.de/~pfk/mpp/

  • Somebody
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NEW MPC encoder thanks to Frank Klemm
Reply #1
crazyness! yay!

  • Jan S.
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NEW MPC encoder thanks to Frank Klemm
Reply #2
So is this the preferable version to use for encoding now??

  • Dibrom
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NEW MPC encoder thanks to Frank Klemm
Reply #3
Yes.  As is Frank's decoder.  Frank has basically picked up MPC where Buschel left off.. not to say Buschel isn't still working on MPC, but I view (and gather from people close to these developers) Frank's work on MPC as a continuation, not really an "alternative".

  • Jan S.
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NEW MPC encoder thanks to Frank Klemm
Reply #4
So - does id3v2 course the same problems with mpc as it does with mp3?