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Posted By: Jimmy Dee on: 12/13/2006 22:27:24 EST|
Subject: RE: New Program New Settings
I listened and heard some improvement. However, I think 64kbps might work better than 32 now. You are encoding at 32+ kbps and at 22050 hertz... push that to 24000 hertz if possible and the sound quality will improve. Or go ahead and push it to 44100 hertz. |
I listened to the Low Rawls tribute in the archives. It is at 64kbps and 22050 hertz. It sounds great, full and rich. This is exactly as all the past programs sounded. Excellent sound qualities.
The accepted standard for broadcast MP3s is 128kbps and 44100 hertz (the same as a CD). Bit rate isn't as critical as hertz.
I converted and re-encoded several program files and was able to achive a better quality sound by changing the hertz (sound modulation) settings.
I think the best quality with the smallest file is a goal to set.