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Re: Command-line WMA encoder

Reply #50
I don't know about such list. Also remember that you need to register those DLLd anyway (via regsvr32).

Re: Command-line WMA encoder

Reply #51
I don't know about such list. Also remember that you need to register those DLLd anyway (via regsvr32).

I confess that my aim is to use your encoder under Linux and Wine, so I am trying to work out the most minimal installation required under Wine to get it all running...

Re: Command-line WMA encoder

Reply #52
How to make so that at 48 kbps encoding, he circumcised at 16 kHz instead of 12 kHz?

Re: Command-line WMA encoder

Reply #53
You likely mean the low pass filtering. Sorry, if you want that much frequency response from that low a bitrate, you'll either need to use WMA Pro, or another codec, such as Opus or AAC HEv2.

(Quick hint, most English speaking people only use that word to refer to the removal of the foreskin from the penis.)

Re: Command-line WMA encoder

Reply #54
wma standart play almost all mp3 players. WMA Pro, Opus and AAC HEv2 almost no one plays.

Re: Command-line WMA encoder

Reply #55
Good luck finding a high quality third party WMA encoder. Microsoft's encoder won't let you change anything other than the bitrate profile.

 
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