You’re really going all-out to be original, hilarious, and not at all thoughtless with your cosmopolitan array of epithets here, aren’t you? Boring gendered insults and accusations regarding mental health… It’s like I don’t even want to argue back because it just doesn’t seem worth it.
Nonsense. The question would have been in reference to objective features such as support in hardware/software, feature-set, licensing, etc. To paint it as anything else is indicative of your having a seriously incorrect mental picture of and/or misrepresenting grudge against this site, which makes it your objections to it ever less tenable in either case.
I also note your defaulting to the hoary old epithet fascist, as if it’s anything other than a meaningless crutch for people with a chip on their shoulder who want to try to discredit someone who doesn’t agree with them with the maximal chance of getting approval from easily impressed onlookers.
No one will refuse constructive feedback. But you have to approach it that way. You can’t just storm in and insult everyone and expect people to consider the finer aspects of what you’re saying. See how much delay that caused?
TOS 8 and 2.Do I gag you now or later?Your posting style and insistence that frequency response matters is unwelcome. Tone it down or you're gone.
...and with this discussion the troll count just increased by one. wink.gifEDIT: I see the obvious irony was not overlooked in the previous post.Please, how is accusing this forum of being biased and run by fascists be interpreted as anything other than trolling?
- First biasing shown: Opus, being free, open source, and being endorsed by the same team than Vorbis means it's a second grade codec.
- Second biasing shown: AAC, being an MPEG codec, is a first grade codec.
- Addenum to second biasing: AAC is an evolution of MP3 to improve it, HE-AAC is an evolution of AAC to improve it, USAC will be an evolution of AAC improve it.
- Third biasing shown: A better codec has a higher frequency response spectogram (we are at Hydrogenaudio, so we won't accept that as a proof no matter the insistence in doing so).
- Addenum to third biasing: high frequency response is synonym to quality (This is the reason why judging HE-AAC and Opus at 32kbps, the OP says Opus is rough, worse, sounds like garbage...
Even when the only sample he tested and provided an ABX, he valuated the stereo separation of Opus making it outperform HE-AAC)
but unless Warning stops being so exaggeratedly incivil, I suggest shutting the whole thing down.