hongli at telekabel.nl
Wed Oct 17 08:16:23 PDT 2001
On 2001.10.17 13:29:09 +0200 Tuomas Maattanen wrote:
> I haven't seen this mentioned here before.
> "With traditional MP3, a typical Near CD Quality audio file has been
> encoded with a data rate of 128 kbits/s. While this is ok for people
> with big hard disks and fast Internet connections, this data speed
> has clearly been a bottleneck for people using modems or storing their
> music into 32 or 64 MB portable player FLASH cards. PlusV is a brand
> new audio compression enhancement technology that allows audio files
> to be compressed in as little as 64 or even 48 kbits/s.
> PlusV is not a compression scheme of its own, it is an extension that
> can be applied to existing audio formats. When combined with the MP3
> technology, MP3+V files are fully compatible with existing MP3 files
> and decoders. To get full audio quality out of PlusV files, you just
> need a PlusV capable decoder, like a PlusV capable WinAmp plugin."
Is it open source? I can't find the license.
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