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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    Quote Originally Posted by shantiq View Post
    [...] which then gives me the prized HE-AACv2
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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    Opus encoding has just been added if you want to svn up and try it out...
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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    I can't put my finger on it, but there's something about AAC I don't like (in terms of audio quality). I prefer OGG/Mp3 for lossy and FLAC for lossless. Good info, nonetheless.

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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    I ahve to admit as well that despite many, many experiments I almost always use oggenc with -q 6 ...
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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    it's all about the ear and what we pick up/prefer [sort of like your "sonic taste"] i do not like aac but i adore neroAacEnc especially in the low bitrates with HE-AACv2 .... totally different

    ogg is cool too and mp3 if 320 but for lossy nero wins by a landslide for me and still shorten for lossless


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    Andrew can you please explain in simple steps [for a dummy like me] what

    Opus encoding has just been added if you want to svn up and try it out...

    entails....
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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

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    Andrew can you please explain in simple steps [for a dummy like me
    The non-installation method again, using the existing svn download:

    Code:
    cd $HOME/abcde_build/abcde-read-only && \
    svn up && \
    ./abcde
    You will need the opus-tools package which is available in Quantal repository but not in Precise where you will have to build your own.
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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    corking


    so on Precise you need all this






    Nice work!

    cd $HOME/abcde_build/abcde-read-only && svn up && ./abcde
    At revision 374.
    Using AtomicParsley To Tag AAC Tracks.
    Executing customizable pre-read function... done.
    Getting CD track info... Querying the CD for audio tracks...
    Grabbing entire CD - tracks: 01 02
    Checking CDDB server status...
    Querying the CDDB server...
    Obtaining CDDB results...
    Retrieving 1 CDDB match...done.
    ---- Louis Armstrong / Swing, You Cats ----
    1: Mahogany Hall Stomp
    2: Swing You Cats
    3: Honey, Don't You Love Me Anymore?
    4: Mississippi Basin
    5: Laughin' Louis
    6: Tomorrow Night
    7: Dusky Stevedore
    8: There's A Cabin In The Pines
    9: Mighty River
    10: Sweet Sue, Just You
    11: I Wonder Who
    12: St. Louis Blues
    13: Don't Play Me Cheap
    14: I'm In The Mood For Love
    15: You Are My Lucky Star
    16: La Curaracha
    17: Got A Bran' New Suit
    18: I've Got My Fingers Crossed
    19: Old Man Mose
    20: I'm Shooting High

    Edit selected CDDB data? [y/n] (n): n
    Is the CD multi-artist [y/N]? n
    Creating playlist...
    Grabbing track 01: Mahogany Hall Stomp...
    cdparanoia III release 10.2 (September 11, 2008)

    Ripping from sector 0 (track 1 [0:00.00])
    to sector 11825 (track 1 [2:37.50])

    outputting to /home/shantiq/abcde_build/abcde-read-only/abcde.320dc214/track01.wav

    (== PROGRESS == [ | 011825 00 ] == :^D * ==)

    Done..................................


    Grabbing track 02: Swing You Cats...
    cdparanoia III release 10.2 (September 11, 2008)

    Encoding track 01 of 20: Mahogany Hall Stomp...
    Ripping from sector 11826 (track 2 [0:00.00])
    to sector 23821 (track 2 [2:39.70])

    outputting to /home/shantiq/abcde_build/abcde-read-only/abcde.320dc214/track02.wav

    (== PROGRESS == [ > | 015323 00 ] == o ==) Tagging track 01 of 20: Mahogany Hall Stomp...
    (== PROGRESS == [ | 023821 00 ] == :^D * ==)

    Done.



    Finished.
    shantiq@shantiq-00000000000000000000000:~/abcde_build/abcde-read-only$
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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    Do you need to compile libogg as well? I confess I only have quantal vms at the moment so I cannot test this out
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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    yes libogg 1.3 or opus does not install
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    Re: HE-AAC : how to turn an album into 22 MB of data

    Shantiq, can you do a recap of what is needed for the basics on this, e.g. what to install, what to compile to get HE-AAC working? Don't think I need all the bells and whistles you and Andrew46 have moved onto.....
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