Originally posted by Speek Sachankara, I don't know the answer to your question, but I do know that there's a newer AAC plugin available on Roberto's site. Maybe that will solve the problem.Link: http://www.inf.ufpr.br/~rja00/
Originally posted by Ivan Dimkovic Please send me a fraction of the problematic aac file, or to [a href='mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org'][/a]And please DO NOT use main profile at this moment.
Originally posted by menno If it works in one profile and not in another with the same decoder plugin, then it's a problem in the encoder. The decoder just reads the number of bytes in a frame and uses that to skip to the next frame. This only goes wrong if the number of bytes is wrong or if the decoder reads the number of bytes wrong.Since the header is the same for all profiles (you did use the same MPEG version for both MAIN and LC right? (2 or 4)) and it works on one profile it should be a problem in the encoder.Menno