[vorbis] Icecast2 in xiph CVS, PATCH!
gcp at sjeng.org
Thu Sep 27 15:24:14 PDT 2001
On Thu, 27 Sep 2001, Per Wigren wrote:
> Thursday 27 September 2001 12.06 skrev du:
> > Bitrate peeling is still a way off - the current encoder wouldn't
> > sound good with peeling, even though the format supports it and it
> > would work. Once the encoder can generate output that will give
> > good results when peeled, I'll add that.
> You mean that my 10000+ OGGs cannot be peeled, not even when the peeling code
> is available in libvorbis??!!
> I've used Gian-Carlo's RC2-GT1 version for all of them...
As far as peeling is concerned, my version will do no more
or no less than a standard RC2 encoder.
As far as I understand things, the problem is that for good peeling the
peeler should know about the psychoacoustics. This is undesirable, so the
ogg must be structured so that the peeler can know what to remove without
actually analyzing the sound.
If this is correct, wouldn't it be possible to actually make a smart
peeler that doesn't need 'outside help' to peel good?
Is this correct? Can someone give some more details about how peeling
actually is supposed to work?
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