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windows media 9 - wma

i tried wmp9 "build 2798"(beta series), the new encoder wm9 is great, are there any bench?
very GOOD quality at VBR "135-215kbps"
there is a lossless WMA
"is there a DOS encoder?"

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Reply #1
RE: DOS encoder for wma9: I haven't seen anything of the sort yet. . .the "official" beta release of wma9 is not scheduled until September, so unless somebody "leaks" a DOS encoder (as was done with wmp 9) I wouldn't count on seeing one until then.

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Reply #2
someone should ask microsoft if we here could do a listening test with the new wma 9, so that they could make it better. Just a thought

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Reply #3
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Originally posted by Benjamin Lebsanft
someone should ask microsoft if we here could do a listening test with the new wma 9, so that they could make it better. Just a thought


Don't count on it

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Reply #4
they did it with WM8 last year

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Reply #5
a beta tester should ask!

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Reply #6
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Originally posted by amososodef
"is there a DOS encoder?"


There will be no "DOS" encoders. You're referring, of course, to an Win32 command-line executable.

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Reply #7
The 2773 codecs had same of not a bit worse quality than WMA8 at 64kbit.

And I'd still like to know the diff between WMA and WMA Pro. If there even is any.

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Reply #8
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Originally posted by Tom Servo
And I'd still like to know the diff between WMA and WMA Pro. If there even is any.
Isn't WMA Pro loseless?

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Reply #9
in build 2773 "wma pro" in build 2798 "wma lossless"

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Reply #10
If you would run Windows Media Encoder, you'd see that there are non-lossless WMA Pro codecs, mainly targetted for 24bit and/or 5.1, and MS keeps saying it's a different codec. I wanna know how much truth is in there.

 
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