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Thread: OGMRip audio quality and bitrate

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2010

    Question OGMRip audio quality and bitrate

    Hello folks,

    here is a simple question, which prevents me from using OGMRip:
    how does the audio quality setting 0-10 (set in the OGMRip profile) correspond to the bitrate??
    Its default value is 3, whatever it means. Its not documented, nowhere (at least, I found nothing).
    Yeah I know, there is handbrake; thats not the question and also not the solution. I can also set the quality to 10, but I dont want to spend more place than necessary for the sound track.
    Its really simple: I want OMGRip with AAC coding with either 128 or 160 kbps. How do I do this?

    Thanx in advance!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2009

    Re: OGMRip audio quality and bitrate

    In the log file you can find the exact command options for the various tools that ogmrip uses. With the default audio quality setting of 3 I see this audio encoding command in the log file:

    faac -P -R 48000 -C 2 -X -q 157 --mpeg-vers 4 -o /tmp/audio.6TH36V /tmp/fifo.5KH36V

    i.e.: quality 3 means a bitrate of 157.

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