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Re: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder

Reply #550
Intel compiles of exhale-v.1.1.1-36964d20 are now at Rarewares. :)





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Reply #555
And, sincerely, today CPUs are fast enough. I get more than 100x speed with exhale on my laptop. 

What, on single core?
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Re: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder

Reply #556
Not in my case... one zero less :) 10.6x, to be exact, when encoding to preset 3.
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Reply #557
yeah, I get about 16x from a moderately spec'd thinkpad from 2 years ago.


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Reply #559
@celona
Awesome and thanks :) I'll try this out for sure.

Not to forget a Happy New Year to CRHelmrich, john33, IgorC, and so many HA fans that would fill a book. :)

"Something bothering you, Mister Spock?"

 

Re: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder

Reply #561
After trying Exhale on macOS with ARM SoC and on Android, it's Linux's turn and I have compiled Exhale on Raspberry Pi 4, without errors or warnings.

Exhale-master-1.1.1-36964d20-Linux-ARM.zip

Re: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder

Reply #562
If you want to make exhale more accessable please submit a proper package build to a distribution's package repo instead of posting random builds/binaries. Repology looks very sparse in that regard, https://repology.org/project/exhale/versions

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Reply #563
Still nothing from ffmpeg people? At least decoder...?
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Re: exhale - Open Source xHE-AAC encoder

Reply #565
How do you know? Apparently it's not written anywhere, and if I listen to e.g. Music: "Walking", the 16-kbps HE-AAC version sounds to me like Parametric Stereo of v2 is being used. On the higher bitrates you're probably right, but there it may make sense not to use Parametric Stereo.

Chris
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