hum.. how could be possible to change a format of a file ? adts is part of aac format no ?
change decoder to decode this new change will be posible if we save decoding of old files...i won't 'transcode' all my collection of music files to this new aac format... also i could tranlate to mp4but what about my aac files on cd ?
If you always used the default aacenc.exe you get MPEG-2 AAC files, which are not affected by this change in the format.
QuoteIf you always used the default aacenc.exe you get MPEG-2 AAC files, which are not affected by this change in the format.Hmm... but does this mean that the altered aacenc_mpeg4.exe now produces "useless" results?
Well, that's great, indeed... One of my friends wants all his CD collection (approx. 1400 CDs) have converted into lossy format which would be hardware compatible and of the highest possible quality. I managed him to switch from using MP3 (LAME 3.90.2 --alt-preset insane) into MP4/AAC.
But now I'm a bit confused. Would it be without problems? And what encoders to use to avoid incompatibility? He wants his collection to be playable on hardware, which supports AAC and/or MP4. I personally would prefer MP4...