Please note, that compression levels are tuned differently here from libFLAC or Flake. CUETools.Flake -5 should be roughly equivalent to flac -7 or 8, i guess. So to compare agains flac -5 you'll probably want to test CUETools.Flake -4 or 3
...I like the idea, but honestly, I may be paranoid, but I would never use it unless other people also start to use it. I think others think like me, so no-one except audio enthousiast will use it. It's sad but I think Flake being a "fork" it's caught in the vicious circle of FUD & like lossywav vs pure lossy, flake will have hard time struggling with flac as the average user will not understand the benefit....It's only an example but it shows what flake is in the mind of people, an experimental codec for a niche market, despite all its quality. Let's hope it will change, but I doubt it.
What are the differences between the different major versions of .NET framework... 1, 2, 3, 3.5, etc. I'm assuming added functionality, but were there any major changes or additions, etc that changed the way the framework was used, or what it could do?
Btw, I heard that the compiler for .NET apps basically converts all the languages into some intermediary code, then compiles that... essentially suggesting that no one coding language was necessarily 'better' in terms of the end compile's speed/memory footprint/functionality.. meaning that regardless if you create the same program in visual basic/c#/c++, they should all result in the same optimized code in the end, since a lot of it is all sharing the same codebase via .NET. is this true?
then do something like whatever.Color = blue, it's almost like programming in english