[Flac] flac -- exhaustive model search vs. -A <*>?
martin.leese at stanfordalumni.org
Mon Jun 18 17:23:18 PDT 2012
Linda Walsh <flac at tlinx.org> wrote:
> That brings up another question then... What is 'hi' (v. low?)...
Zero, or close to zero, is low. 12 is high.
> What's a subset stream?
This is explained at:
in the bulleted point beginning, "FLAC
specifies a subset of itself as the Subset
> Another "nit" I noticed, from
> in the inter-channel-decorrelation section -- it mentions -m vs.
> -M, where -m always uses mid+side channel whether it is bigger or not,
> while -M adaptively uses mid+side or stereo depending on which is better.
> Why would flac levels 7 and 8 use -m (always when -M allows adaptive
> based on which is better?
Despite the title of -M, -m the one that is
exhaustive. This is stated at:
Martin J Leese
E-mail: martin.leese stanfordalumni.org
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