Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Ticket #1457, comment 11


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Aug 1, 2012, 4:39:54 PM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #1457, comment 11

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    99To my non-audiophile ears the shine encoded file was pretty indistinguishable from the LAME encoded one. The MP2 file did sound noticeably worse on the high frequency parts (cymbals), though the difference was fairly slight. I used decent headphones for the comparison. 
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    11 So yes, FFmpeg's current MP2 encoder is very fast but it isn't suitable for the task that myself and others would like to use FFmpeg for - transcoding music to MP3 in realtime for streaming to mobile phones and other devices which don't support MP2. 
     11So yes, FFmpeg's current MP2 encoder is very fast but it isn't suitable for the task that myself and others would like to use FFmpeg for - transcoding music to MP3 in realtime on ARM for streaming to mobile phones and other devices which don't support MP2. 
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    1313Shine is 8x faster than LAME's fast mode at the same bitrate.