Changes between Version 36 and Version 37 of Encode/AAC


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Timestamp:
Jan 22, 2015, 9:51:05 PM (4 years ago)
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MarkZV
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  • Encode/AAC

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    77FFmpeg can support four AAC-LC encoders (`aac`, `libfaac`, `libfdk_aac`, `libvo_aacenc`) and two AAC-HE encoders (`libaacplus` and `libfdk_aac`). The licenses of `libaacplus`, `libfaac`, and `libfdk_aac` are not compatible with the GPL, so the GPL does not permit distribution of binaries containing code licensed under these licenses when GPL-licensed code is also included. Therefore these encoders have been designated as "non-free", and you cannot download a pre-built ffmpeg that supports them. This can be resolved by [[CompilationGuide|compiling ffmpeg]] yourself.
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    9 See also [[GuidelinesHighQualityAudio]] for general guidelines on FFmpeg audio encoding.
     9See also [[Encode/HighQualityAudio]] for general guidelines on FFmpeg audio encoding.
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    37 Convert the video with [[x264EncodingGuide#twopass|libx264]], with a target of fitting a 90-minute movie on a 700MB(=5734400kb) CD-ROM, mixing the audio down to two channels (Windows users should use `NUL` rather than `/dev/null`):
     37Convert the video with [[Encode/H.264#twopass|libx264]], with a target of fitting a 90-minute movie on a 700MB(=5734400kb) CD-ROM, mixing the audio down to two channels (Windows users should use `NUL` rather than `/dev/null`):
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    76 Convert the video with [[x264EncodingGuide#crf|libx264]], and mix down audio to two channels:
     76Convert the video with [[Encode/H.264#crf|libx264]], and mix down audio to two channels:
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