[vorbis] TwinVQ versus The World
aardvaak at ifrance.com
Fri Jun 22 04:56:20 PDT 2001
At 16:30 21/06/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Karol Pietrzak wrote:
> > The last few threads have really been interesting. Technologies
> > that are currently on the market are MP3, RealAudio, and Windows
> > Media (pre-version8). Technologies currently in progress or
> > just shipped are Ogg Vorbis and mp3pro. I don't think anyone
> > has mentioned TwinVQ on this list. While exploring alternatives
> > to MP3 (which is when I also found Vorbis), I noticed TwinVQ. I
> > encoded a few tracks with TwinVQ and they sounded like shit, but
> > does anyone still consider TwinVQ a serious competitor in the
> > compressed audio market? Does it have _any_ advantages over
> > anything else? How about AAC?
>In my discussions with MPEG 4 developers, it looks like they may go
>with MP3 (aka Layer 3) for audio due to its established position.
It's already the case with DiVX (sorry, DiVX ;) )
>This would leave AAC basically in the dust.
Don't forget AAC+SBR. Go to drm.com or search for "radio mondiale"on google.
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