Quote from: IgorC on 22 January, 2010, 09:20:26 AMCan you implmenet access to HE-AAC encoder as well?Unfortunately, HE-AAC encoder is not available in QT for Windows.
Can you implmenet access to HE-AAC encoder as well?
So if I do get AAC SBR as Codec Profile for a file encoded with --tvbr 12 --highest - %d with foobar I have to assume that Quicktime Pro enables HE?
One question: XLD Q&CA True VBR AAC bitrates are the same in qtaacenc?:
Quote from: wkmax on 24 January, 2010, 06:23:52 AMOne question: XLD Q&CA True VBR AAC bitrates are the same in qtaacenc?:Yes if XLD runs on OSX 10.5/10.6 with QT 7.6.4/7.6.3.
So for extra clarification: Does that mean that iTunes uses "normal quality" (which cannot be changed), while QuickTime uses "high quality" by default?
I've been encoding a song from Abbey Road. At q68, I get 150kps. At every q value from 69-76, I get 168kps. I would have expected each additional q value to add a small amount to bit rate, rather than a jump between two values and then no change over a number of values.Is this typical behavior?
Check out post 28, and it does seem to be normal...in my limited testing.
Quote from: clintb on 30 January, 2010, 12:20:21 PMCheck out post 28, and it does seem to be normal...in my limited testing.Aha!I had thought #28 was just lumping things together for ease of presentationIt is odd behavior.
tested it out, got a file with 10.1MB with it, knew something was wrong...proceeeded to encode file manually with quicktime vbr, got 5.76MB file..I have it at it's highest setting...
I notice that the output files sometimes are almost 1 dB quieter that the file it encodes. How does this happen? I calculated it with Foobar 1.0 ReplayGain Scanner and the AAC quality is 127.
the qtaacenc encoder accepts wav's up to 32float (mono or stereo ONLY)...