Anyway, on_main_menu() works fine now. Thanks!
Even in mp3 there are long & short blocks - you can spend given amount of bits on a short block to encode temporally demanding transient with less tonal resolution, or you can encode with a long block a rich sustained sound for higher tonal resolution at the cost of temporal resolution. I doubt opus would be so efficient if it hadn't similar mechanisms.I'm already aware that OPUS encodes transients differently just by skimming through the paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1602.04845.pdf
I'm talking about boosting bitrate for transient frames beyond the default behaviour (either by tweaking an existing parameter, or adding a new one).
OPUS is already excellent, don't get me wrong -- just interested in slightly different tunings to squeeze a little more out of it.
I have Realtek HDA and Creative Audigy 4. I select WASAPI output for Creative but the sound is going from Realtek HDA. See the attached file.
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Up to and including v1.3, "Use Internet Explorer" settings worked great. However in v1.4 this function seems to be broken - you have to always manually specify the proxy address. Inheriting the proxy details from Windows / Internet Explorer doesn't work. This is on Windows 7 64-bit.
xiph calls the FLAC file format "a very minimalist container".It doesn't. It calls FLAC a codec in that question entry but correctly calls it a format elsewhere. They just mention that native FLAC in its native format is most lightweight way to carry the bits. Ogg container for example would increase the file size.
OK, then you have no problems getting stuff! I'm not sure what else to advise you, other than to keep an open mind and check out as many alternatives as possible before you throw down your cash. Do you currently have a system in this space and if so, what is it?