|Movkit DVD Ripper Pro :: Musepack
If you want to "tune" quality, except for the Quality-Switch
(--quality 5.5 , --quality 7.2 , ...). Just use the
Quality-Switch for any kind of fine-tuning as it gives the most
optimized quality possible.
telephone & and thumb
the "telephone" and "thumb" profiles are usefull to encode low
quality, mono, or vocal-only [audio book, comedy, spoken word
records, etc.] audio. these profiles are not recommended for
average audio encoding and should only be used in situations where
using the other, higher quality encoding profiles would result in
the "radio" profile is offered as a lower quality alternative to
the "standard" profile. using "radio" will result in lesser quality
audio and a smaller filesize. "radio" can be usefull for greater
quality audio in the same situations as with the "telephone" or
"thumb" profiles. also, if you have poor hearing, radio can be used
as a space saving alternative to using "standard" for most music -
although music that is heavy on guitar [heavy metal, punk, loud
rock] may still necessitate the use of the "standard" profile.
the "standard" profile is the default setting. "standard" has
been the flagship of musepack - being constantly fine tuned to
provide nearly all audio samples with perceptual transparency.
the "extreme" profile has been tuned to supplement "standard" in
the event where "standard" does not provide transparencyy [i.e.
artifacts are still present]. inadequacies of the standard profile
are rare and few, but still exist nonetheless. there are known
samples that are a problem for "standard" which are not a problem
for "extreme." due to the supplementary nature of the "extreme"
profile, this is used [and recommended] in the process of audio
trading or sharing such as with a person-to-person [p2p]
the "insane" profile is provided to encode the entire bandwidth
- a feature that "standard" and "extreme" lack due to the short
list of reasons why encoding the entire bandwidth would be a good
idea. much of the audio information encoded with "insane" is
inaudible to the human ear, making this added content unnecessary
in most situations. "insane" defies the idea of psychoacoustic
audio compression in a basic sense, but in situations such as
transcoding [e.g. changing a musepack file into something else like
mp3, aac, or ogg], encoding the entire bandwidth will be
advantageous later on. in one sentence: "insane" is a more accurate
audio representation, but quite unnecessary in the majority of
the "braindead" profile was introduced in mppenc sv7 v0.90s by
frank klemm to show that "insane" was not the greatest quality
achievable through the musepack format. utilizing a similar average
bitrate as "insane", the "braindead" profile takes advantage of
more generous encoding options to provide the best quality of any
of the provided profiles in the musepack format.
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