LAME -V0 - is it constrained to hit 245 kbps avg? 2014-01-12 23:05:28 Hello everyone. I'm trying to understand if the LAME -V0 preset is constrained in the amount of bitrate it can use.For instance, if it was tasked with compressing some hypothetical "most challenging audio track ever", is it capable of ramping up the bitrate to 320 kbps and holding that for the duration of the track if it was deemed necessary to achieve the maximum quality?Another way to put it... Is the -V0 preset a choice for maximum constant quality with bitrate and file size being unconstrained? Or is it a choice for maximum quality within a bitrate range that averages around 245 kbps? I'm guessing it's the former but I haven't been able to find a clear statement to that effect.I ask because the encodings I do with that preset vary in bitrate allocation, but they always cluster around 224/256 (as shown in the command line window graph). Which led me to question whether it was constrained or if that's all the bitrate that LAME needs to achieve optimum results.Thanks.