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320kbit: Blade vs. Lame
Reply #25
Looking at the Frequency spectrum won't tell you a thing about quality as you cannot see problems of the psychoacustic model you might hear.

Lossy compression is always about sounding as the CD not looking as it!
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320kbit: Blade vs. Lame
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Looking at the Frequency spectrum won't tell you a thing about quality as you cannot see problems of the psychoacustic model you might hear.

Lossy compression is always about sounding as the CD not looking as it!
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320kbit: Blade vs. Lame
Reply #27
looking at spectograms for quality determination is a usefull as playing back your jpegs as raw sound to hear the differences.
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