Thu Nov 1 05:24:27 CET 2007
On Thu, Nov 01, 2007 at 03:27:33AM +0200, Ismail D?nmez wrote:
> In 5 years we might have just another codec, its just too long to remove a
> working implementation. So please, don't break whats working. Instead audio
> people should focus on a working AAC encoder.
Nonsense. AAC is an extremely bad format which no one should encode,
only decode. It's massively over-complex and unable to be implemented
efficiently, whereas vorbis (which scores much higher in all the
double-blind listening tests I've seen) has very low complexity and
Vorbis also has the advantage that all the Xiph patent trolls are
claiming it's patent-free and the industry believes them.
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