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  • Garf
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Opus 1.0.1 rc
Opus-Tools v0.1.4-3-gc6fd407

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Is this one already using a psy- and extended vbr model like the exp version?

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Is this one already using a psy- and extended vbr model like the exp version?


This is the 1.0.1rc version. It is not the experimental exp_analysis7 branch.

(It also uses a psymodel and has VBR, so I don't get that part of your question. I would answer "yes" but I don't think you are asking what you want to know.)
  • Last Edit: 09 August, 2012, 05:51:54 AM by Garf

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Is this one already using a psy- and extended vbr model like the exp version?


(It also uses a psymodel and has VBR, so I don't get that part of your question. I would answer "yes" but I don't think you are asking what you want to know.)


NullC had mentioned these features as being special for the exp branch (apart from the VBR, that's why I've written "extended")

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NullC had mentioned these features as being special for the exp branch (apart from the VBR, that's why I've written "extended")


Must have been a misunderstanding, as the master branch already has and uses a psymodel (e.g. for transient detection, trim allocation, spreading, ...) The exp branch extends and improves it (hopefully!).
  • Last Edit: 09 August, 2012, 06:16:27 AM by Garf

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  • Last Edit: 09 August, 2012, 02:31:47 PM by Steve Forte Rio

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Input: 44.1kHz 2 channels
  Output: 2 channels (2 coupled)
          20ms packets, 96kbit/sec VBR
Preskip: 356

[/] 00:45:22.12 51.4x realtime, 93.42kbit/s
Encoding complete


Now, is there some foobar2000 decoder? Found newest beta.
  • Last Edit: 09 August, 2012, 06:14:21 PM by hlloyge