[vorbis-dev] Idea for gapless tracks
david.durham at wcom.com
Tue Jan 2 07:59:18 PST 2001
You'd probably better make it more like 1024 or so... You'll hear a definate
"thup" at lower volume levels with small transition sizes..... No matter how you
smooth it, you're adding some sort of artifact into the audio... just make it a
low enough frequency that *people* won't perceive it..
> I would do this on playback if possible.
> If the levels don't line up at the join, then you'll hear a click or a pop.
> You can smooth the area around the join (say, +- 10 samples, applying a
> 10 sample moving
> average) to try and
> remove this. This can also happen if you do things like change bit rates
> in the
> middle of a piece.
> Marshall Eubanks
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