Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of Encode/MP3


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Timestamp:
Jan 27, 2014, 8:20:56 PM (6 years ago)
Author:
rogerdpack
Comment:

list CBR options.

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  • Encode/MP3

    v7 v8  
    1010||||||= '''LAME Bitrate Overview''' =||
    1111|| Option || Kbit/s || Bitrate range kbit/s || ffmpeg equiv.
    12 || -b 320 || 320 || 320 CBR || -b:a 320k (NB this is 32KB/s)
    13 || -V 0 || 245 || 220...260 || -q:a 0 (NB this is 22 to 26 KB/s, etc...)
     12|| -b 320 || 320 || 320 CBR (non VBR) example || -b:a 320k (NB this is 32KB/s, or its max)
     13|| -V 0 || 245 || 220...260 || -q:a 0 (NB this is VBR from 22 to 26 KB/s...)
    1414|| -V 1 || 225 || 190...250 || -q:a 1
    1515|| -V 2 || 190 || 170...210 || -q:a 2
     
    2626= CBR Encoding =
    2727
    28 If you need constant bitrate (CBR) MP3 audio, you need to use the `-b:a` option instead of `-qscale:a`. Here you can specify the number of bits per second, for example `-b:a 256k` if you want 256 Kbit/s (25.6 KB/s) audio.
     28If you need constant bitrate (CBR) MP3 audio, you need to use the `-b:a` option instead of `-qscale:a`. Here you can specify the number of bits per second, for example `-b:a 256k` if you want 256 Kbit/s (25.6 KB/s) audio.  Available options are: 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, or 320 (add a k after each to get that rate).  So to get the highest quality setting, it would be like `-b:a 320k`.
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    3030== Troubleshooting ==