[vorbis-dev] Idea for gapless tracks

Chun-Yu cshei at indiana.edu
Thu Jan 18 10:54:17 PST 2001

> > > > > We all know that currently Vorbis is the only codec out
there that
> > > > > doesn't add any silence to the decoded file, so when you
> > > > > your .ogg file the resulting .wav will be exactly the same
> > > > > as the original one.
> > >
> > > i know im new here but...
> > > mpegplus does that and the author claimed that his was the first
> >
> > No it doesn't.  Vorbis and maybe VQF are the only lossy encoders I
know of
> > that don't add silence.
> i dont mean to start an argument but...
I don't either, but encode any WAV file in Ogg Vorbis and MP+, decode
them, and check the sizes.  The decoded .ogg file is the same length
as the original, but the decoded .mp+ isn't.  I tried it with the
lastest version of the MP+ encoder.


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