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  • dannyb37
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on-the-fly encoding
I was just wonder if the use of on-the-fly encoding in cdex whil ripping to lame vbr-new- q5 will have a afect on the quality of the file as compaired to ripping to wav in cdex and then converting.

I did a search and all I found was people moaning about how EAC didn't support this, that obiously didn't answer my questions! 

Thanks,

~ Danny

Edit: Will there be any difference in 128 CBR either?
  • Last Edit: 19 December, 2006, 12:15:34 PM by dannyb37

  • ImAlive
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Reply #1
No difference. Wether data is posted to the encoder through a pipe or through a file on your disk does not matter, as long as it is the same data (which it should be).

And don't you use CBR ;-)

  • Martin H
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Reply #2
... And Btw, EAC also supports on-the-fly encoding through lame_enc.dll, so those people moaning about that must be pretty clueless...

  • dannyb37
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Reply #3
I didn't know eac could use lame_enc.dll, you learn something new everyday!

Thanks for your help guys!