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  • JohnV
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It has come to my knowledge that MP3Enc 3.1.1 is now "around".
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>>>'It has come to my knowledge that MP3Enc 3.1.1 is now "around".'<<<

ahhhh lovely.. will put my newsgroups spies on the watch
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  • JohnV
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Actually it seems to be the same codec (but slightly different pre-compiled settings) as "alternative hq" in MMJB 6.1, SoundForge 5 etc.
There's only minor differencies. Most of the time it's bit-identical or only 1bit rounding differencies. Rarely there are some larger sample value differencies in some positions.
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Originally posted by JohnV
Actually it seems to be the same codec (but slightly different pre-compiled settings) as "alternative hq" in MMJB 6.1, SoundForge 5 etc.

Is the new codec already implemented in MMJB 6.1.0225?

CU
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What new codec you mean? If you mean the bug in older alternative (http://ff123.net/alternbug.html) , then yes, MMJB 6.1 has "new" alternate.
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Originally posted by JohnV
What new codec you mean? If you mean the bug in older alternative (http://ff123.net/alternbug.html) , then yes, MMJB 6.1 has "new" alternate.

I meant the codec you were talking about, the one equivalent to MP3Enc 3.1.1. I understood this was again different to the "new" alternate that we know from MMJB 6.1. Sorry for confusing this

CU
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Originally posted by JohnV
It has come to my knowledge that MP3Enc 3.1.1 is now "around".


Around where, approximately? Any clues appreciated. I won't be using it, I just need to know.

John