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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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