[vorbis] Pitch shift with RC2
greg at wooledge.org
Thu Aug 16 15:33:34 PDT 2001
Moritz Grimm (gtgbr at gmx.net) wrote:
> Greg Wooledge wrote:
> > I heard it on one sample, which I've already sent to Monty. The
> > hi-hat cymbals in one song sound significantly lower in pitch when
> > I encode with Ogg at "-b 128". I can't hear it at "-b 160", though,
I've put this sample up at http://wooledge.org/~greg/slave.wav.flac (438k).
It's only 3 seconds; if someone wants a longer sample, let me know.
> I ogged my problematic bassrumble tune at all available bitrates, and
> since I know my tune best I think I would have noticed such a thing.
Hmm, we're probably talking about two different things, then. A bass
rumble and a hi-hat pitch drop may not have the same root cause.
> On the other hand, the compiler can be a
> problem source - OpenBSD 2.8 would crash on high FTP network traffic if
> the kernel was compiled for CPUs > i386.
I compiled the 1.0rc2-1 debs on Debian unstable, using gcc 2.95.4-4.
> Maybe this is some rather random problem that depends on what configure
> chooses as parameters that are used within the Makefile, depending on
> CPU (propably AMD vs. iNTeL? I am free from trouble with my Athlon here)
> or so.
I compiled and encoded on a K6-2, but since the .deb was built with
all the default options, I doubt that matters. In fact, I installed
the same .deb on a Celeron box and used it there, so I really doubt any
K6-specific optimizations were used. :-)
Greg Wooledge | "Truth belongs to everybody."
greg at wooledge.org | - The Red Hot Chili Peppers
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