[FFmpeg-user] mov [ProRes/pcm_s24le] -> mp4 same quality
marc at hallmarcwebsites.com
Fri Nov 18 23:48:09 CET 2011
> > AAC is not limited to -strict experimental because of any quality
> > issue. My experience has shown that AAC produced a much better quality
> > audio than libfaac.
> Since other people are reading this list:
> The native FFmpeg AAC encoder can only be used with -strict experimental
> because it has significantly worse quality than all external AAC encoders
> (libfaac is not the only one), meaning audio quality is worse for a given
> I usually test the native FFmpeg AAC encoder with slightly increased
> (>64k), it is absolutely usable imo, dts for example is definitely not
> name another audio encoder that needs -strict experimental).
> But there are many reports and requests both on this list and the
> mailing list about the relatively poor quality of the native AAC encoder
> compared with other AAC encoders.
> > I see some postings, maybe someone here that KNOWS can expound on it,
> > that say libfaac/faac were removed from ffmpeg builds due to licensing
> You cannot fulfill the requirements of the GPL for libfaac, meaning you
> cannot legally distribute a binary of FFmpeg linked against both libfaac
> GPL'd library, for example x264.
> > I've asked you once before and now I plead with you, stop posting
> > garbage in this list. You are not helping anyone by misinforming them.
> Carl Eugen
Look, I don't need an argument, I need answers and or suggestions. I did
not realize until the last few days that there were so many aac libs out
there and that they can be quite different in quality.
Again, anybody on this list that can recommend good reading material
regarding this. I've been in web dev for 9 years so I'm not ascared.
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