[vorbis] The immediate future
Thomas Marshall Eubanks
tme at 21rst-century.com
Mon Aug 14 06:15:52 PDT 2000
Teo de Hesselle wrote:
> I admit my complete ignorance of the technical details here, but why cant we
> have VBR with a set maximum?
> Therefore you could set your max rate to say 80kbps and save bandwidth when
> you can get away with encoding at say 50kbps.
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That is what I would recommend, at least from the point of view of
the audio signal. You might be able to fill up the pipe with other stuff
(text to be displayed, say) that wasn't time critical,
and could go out when space was available.
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