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Topic: Ivan, about the "Commercial AAC" (Read 4595 times) previous topic - next topic
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Ivan, about the "Commercial AAC"

I'd like to know if that unnamed "Commercial AAC A" codec in your listening test produces ISO-AAC bitstream?

Also is "FhG Reference AAC" Liquid Audio (AAC-LC).
Juha Laaksonheimo


Ivan, about the "Commercial AAC"

Reply #1
Yep - Commercial AAC A produces ADTS ISO AAC files, and they are readable with FAAD.

Reference AAC is LiquidAudio (AAC-LC)