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Topic: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder (Read 82644 times) previous topic - next topic
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Re: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder

Reply #801
Another release. I still can't figure out why 32 bit builds of FDK-AAC are broken and produce bad SBR output.

Edit: Okay, it appears Peter's bitstream parser is handing me bad data.

Re: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder

Reply #802
I see it now showing PS presence. Nice :)

Re: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder

Reply #803
Same problem with accb67be

foobar2000 1.6.6 beta 6
fdk-aac pack decoder 1.22
Windows 10 build 21370
OpusFLAC or OpusWAV  🤔

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