libvorbis.dll, BeSweet, and CoreVorbis 2004-05-20 01:57:32 In the past I used OggDS with BeSweet for encoding movie audio, but now I'm looking at libvorbis.dll. I'm also switching from OGM to Matroska, and possibly from OggDS to CoreVorbis for playback. I had a few questions before I start ripping, though:1) The GT3b2 version of libvorbis.dll seems to be the one to use, according to QuantumKnot's recommendations, but the aoTuV version of the encoder is the one competing in the big ABX test. Is there a "libvorbis.dll using aoTuV" version available somewhere? Is one on the horizon?2) Are there any known problems with Ogg files encoded by BeSweet using the GT3b2 version of libvorbis.dll?3) Are there any known problems with using CoreVorbis to play back such files?4) Is Q6 still the lowest quality setting at which stereo coupling is lossless with GT3b2?5) My tentative plan is to use BeSweet + libvorbis.dll GT3b2 for encoding at Q5 for main audio and Q1 for commentary tracks on 2CD rips. Does this seem like a sensible plan?A couple of these questions might be best asked at Doom9 or CoreCodec but I wanted to know what you guys have to say. Thanks in advance!