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Mpc transparent setting

I´ve made the switch from LAME to MPC because I want higest quality(lossy) and I wanted to know the best frontend to use and the best setting to use for transparent files!

I´ve seen threads with people recommending diffrent NMT & TMN
but they variey and no explanation is given of why they change the NMT, TMN, etc settings.

So I wanted to know what is the best MPC frontend, why? and what is the best setting for transparent files and why u use that setting
thax Loves;)

Mpc transparent setting

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Originally posted by westgroveg
I´ve made the switch from LAME to MPC because I want higest quality(lossy) and I wanted to know the best frontend to use and the best setting to use for transparent files!

I´ve seen threads with people recommending diffrent NMT & TMN
but they variey and no explanation is given of why they change the NMT, TMN, etc settings.

So I wanted to know what is the best MPC frontend, why? and what is the best setting for transparent files and why u use that setting
thax Loves;)


I don't think  the frontend matters much? It certainly shouldn't affect quality.

There's no need to tweak any settings with MPC. You shouldn't even notice flaws with -standard anyway, let alone -xtreme.

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