What AAC Encoder was used in Nokia Multimedia Player 6??? (There was LTP Profile only and CBR only)
Audio Transcoder used FAAC and now uses Nero.
There is also DivX AAC Encoder (beta 1 from august)
There's also MainConcept AAC in Sound Forge, e.g.
Lastly, I believe that there is an ffmpeg AAC encoder floating around somewhere.
Thanks to Everybody for answers. There's a lot of work to verify quality of encoders. But I think some of them can be discard at early stage.
Divx and Mainconcept have the same AAC encoder.
Microsoft Expression Encoder 2 SP 1 and higher support H.264 and LC-AAC encoding. Don't know what encoder is behind that, though.
As for your question about the full functionality of MAGIX MP3 Maker, it offers bitrates up to 256 kbps stereo even though FhG can go up to 512. Same goes for AVS application: 256 is the maximum setting.
Screenshot from latest Sorensen Squeeze 6.
This is a preparation for some kind of all-AAC listening test?
Did you tried? How is it comparable to other AAC encoders?
Is Coding Technologies AAC encoder is only option in Sorensen Squeeze 6?
The initial idea is create a list of AAC encoders. Then at least it will be personal test from my part or a public test is an option too.
This is the settings window in MAGIX:
IIRC some person called Kostya worked on it. The main target was higher than FAAC quality. Didn't find more information.
Quote from: Sylph on 08 December, 2009, 12:56:08 PMThis is the settings window in MAGIX:I downloaded the last demo version of MAGIX MP3 15 (ver 10.00) maker from official site. Quality isn't bad but only CBR and no miracle at low/middle bitrates.
This is the settings I downloaded the last demo version of MAGIX MP3 15 (ver 10.00) maker from official site. Quality isn't bad but only CBR and no miracle at low/middle bitrates.