[vorbis-dev] Vorbis is low on artifacts but EQ isn't good
miwongshaib at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 6 08:57:24 PDT 2002
> > I don't have Linux so I can't test the thing... Can anybody with Linux check
> > the unrar I have uploaded will work on the archive?
> yep, that unrar works on my x86 Linux (glibc2.2) box. it won't work on
> many other systems though (eg. Linux on ARM or Mac OS X on ... mac).
> it extracted fine (one copyright notice and one wav file). It played
> fine (I see what you mean, there's some really well defined synth sounds
> in there, it looks like icicles).
> Let me know if the duration looks correct, if not my download screwed up:
I have chosen RAR instead of flac or others for two reasons: first it allowed
me to put a text file together with the wav, second because RAR allows signed
archives: if a signed archive like that one unpacks, you can be statistically
certain that no byte is modified.
A lossless compression is not very useful if there are transmission errors :)
Furthermore that archive also has the recovery info, so you don't have to
download it again in case of small transmission errors: they get recovered.
<p>> anyway, that's a pretty effective benchmark track ...
And, has anybody listened to the problem of the first few seconds as documented
on the site at www.trombettworks.com/drumswork.php ?
Tell me that I'm not alone hearing it
I have added the Unrar for FreeBSD, MacOSX and Solaris8Sparc at the page.
I couldn't find any more unrars at the rarlab site. As far as people on other
platforms are concerned, well... I hope they have friends running some more
common platform :)
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