[Vorbis-dev] CBC ogg/vorbis stream
Jens M Andreasen
jens.andreasen at chello.se
Tue Mar 8 02:30:27 PST 2005
In another forum [linux-audio-dev], I wrote:
> CBC Toronto is evaluating the Ogg Vorbis format for Internet
> You can find it here:
> $ ogg123 http://oggtrial.nm.cbc.ca:80/cbcr2-toronto.ogg
> It is only 32Kbit but, considering the low bandwith, sounds amazingly
> good. There are some annoying artifacts though:
> Certain announcers gets very metallic voices
> Piano, Viola da Gamba etc "flutters" reminiscent of a cassette
> Any idea why it flutters? Is it my player, their encoding setup or
> perhaps a limitation in the Vorbis codec itself?
> Oh, and remember to visit their feedback section to give them a thumbs
> up :)
I have since then learned that mp3 also flutters/bubbles at extreme low
This is most pronounced with ie soft solo-piano. Would it help to lower
the samplerate for solo-piano?. Could it be autodetected?
The goal being listening to the musician and the music, rather than his
annoying (lack of?) equipment.
c // Jens M Andreasen
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