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Topic: Flac to Ogg using OggEnc2 in MusicBee (Read 4448 times) previous topic - next topic
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Flac to Ogg using OggEnc2 in MusicBee

Hi. I use MusicBee to convert Flac to Ogg. It uses an old version of OggEnc2.
I use Audacity to see the audio spectrum. I'm not an expert as I don't really know how to judge the quality, I just search for differences in the spectrum to judge the better quality audio. Comparing the Ogg to the Flac, I see a 'hole' in the spectrum. What this means?
-q 10 -p 4    to converter


Re: Flac to Ogg using OggEnc2 in MusicBee

Reply #1
The source material looks like it was CD, but the audio is 96k.  Are you trying to upsample ?

Re: Flac to Ogg using OggEnc2 in MusicBee

Reply #2
No, I'm not upsampling. I just take the Flac and convert it to Ogg without changing sample rate or bit depth. I've noticed that all the Ogg that got converted from 24-96 Flac have the same 'hole' in the spectrum in the same Hz range.

Re: Flac to Ogg using OggEnc2 in MusicBee

Reply #3
I've noticed that all the Ogg that got converted from 24-96 Flac have the same 'hole' in the spectrum in the same Hz range.

Vorbis removes everything above 20 KHz, so that is normal. 

 
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