Ah yes, the power conundrum. Are mobile phone CPUs more powerful, robust and further along than that of DAPs (it would appear the answer is yes)? If so, is that because managing communication is a more processor-intensive task than simply playing back media files (I think I answered my own question)?
And really just about any system, device, phone, PDA, gadget, etc under the sun running Windows Mobile/PPC supports full HE-AACv2 with a free program called "TCPMP."...
Regarding the quality tunings, this should be all HE AAC bitrates between 56 and 72 kbps. These tunings take a lot of time, we hope to give you some more in the next release.Regarding the iTunes gapless stuff, this is not included, I have no idea if it will be in any next version.
Quote from: The Sheep of DEATH on 21 February, 2007, 11:19:40 PMAnd really just about any system, device, phone, PDA, gadget, etc under the sun running Windows Mobile/PPC supports full HE-AACv2 with a free program called "TCPMP."...a) Which AAC plugin are you using?b) Can you report about a specific PDA from your experience which has a good sound quality and good battery life when using LC-AAC?
Hope I could help
neroAacEnc_SSE2.exe -br 24000 -2pass -if cv3.wav -of cv3.mp4
I'm experiencing a problem with this release. I feed a mono PCM file to it, and the encoder (SSE2 version) outputs a stereo file.This is my commandline, if it matters:Code: [Select]neroAacEnc_SSE2.exe -br 24000 -2pass -if cv3.wav -of cv3.mp4I tried quality-managed mode and single pass mode, but it keeps outputting a stereo file which doesn't really make sense. Is this a known problem I don't know a workaround for, or a recent bug? Can I do something on my end to fix it? Thanks in advance.