[vorbis] More on CD anti-copying techniques

Jernej Simonèiè jernej.simoncic at guest.arnes.si
Tue Oct 2 04:57:26 PDT 2001

Hello Hongli,

2. oktober 2001, 13:37:56, you wrote:

HL> How come? WMA is compressed isn't it?
HL> I can't understand how compressed data can need more space
HL> than non-compressed data.

Well, if you put WMA files on the CD besides normal music, these files
eat some space, which could be used for normal (quality) music...

Jernej Simoncic, jernej.simoncic at guest.arnes.si
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