Re-encode from 128 kb/s to 64 kb/s 2014-06-19 03:46:55 Maybe it's pretty obvious just I do not get it?I used the usual method: downloaded the WEBM from YouTube, demuxed the OGG which si 128 kb/s as usual.I used fre:ac with default settings. OGG quality set to 0, that gives you 64 kb/s output. (Enough for a speech)On a side note I always wanted to ask if you re-encode with the same encoder but lower bitrate how is it different from re-encoding with a different encoder? So it's not like making a WAV first, then simply re-encode that, but simply 'taking out some bits', so to speak, so the result can be better? As in my example; an overall better quality 64 kb/s file for spoken word audio.