How to avoid resampling to 48k?I have one album, mostly acoustic instruments, and using tvbr 67 profile to encode it - ending in unusually high bitrates (130-160 kbit) and album is resampled to 48 kHz.Why? Input is FLAC image of the album.I've searched the forum but couldn't find any info.Additionally, if I force it to encode with --samplerate 44100, is the encoder doing resampling twice? When I turn on "keep" option, it resamples to 48k.
@ [JAZ] - I appreciate your post, however I don't understand 99% of what you wrote.
I forgot to mention, but 8.0ch is also supported. The bitrate limits (@48kHz) are:LC-AACQuadraphonic : 640 kbps4.0ch : 640 kbps5.0ch : 768 kbps5.1ch : 768 kbps6.0ch : 960 kbps6.1ch : 960 kbps7.0ch : 960 kbps7.1ch : 960 kbps8.0ch (L R C Ls Rs Cs Rls Rrs) : 1280 kbpsHE-AACQuadraphonic : 160 kbps5.1ch : 192 kbps7.1ch : 256 kbpsThe actual limit changes according to the input samplerate.
Does anyone know what might be causing this?
Quote from: superbu on 17 May, 2013, 02:58:51 AMDoes anyone know what might be causing this?It requires QuickTime 7.6.2 or later and MSVC 2008 runtime. Make sure that you have them installed.
The other project, qaac, has developed further in the meantime. Seems also more reliable, qtaacenc never worked for me in EAC.
-V 127 -o %d -
You should possibly have searched for "qaac foobar2000" in this board (foobar2000, not just foobar).The output file name has to be a placeholder "%d" directly following the output option "-o" (so all other options must not part these two); the input has to be the hyphen "-" for STDIN support.Code: [Select]-V 127 -o %d -