|Movkit DVD Ripper Pro :: Real Audio Encoder Settings
Audiences: An audience holds a set
of streams for a particular target bit rate. The
audience defines a combination of audio, video, events, and image
streams. Depending upon the type of input and the media profile
different streams in the audience will be used. For example, if the
audio-only and audio format in the media profile specifies 鈥渕usic鈥?
an audio stream is generated using a music codec that takes up
nearly all the
target bit rate.
Samplerate: "Auto" means to use the same sample
rate as the source. The samples-per-second setting allows you to
select the number of samples per second. For high quality, use
44100 (CD quality); for medium quality, select 22050 samples per
second; and for low quality (e.g. voice), you can use a sample rate
of 11025 samples per second.
Channel Mode: This option
specifies the number of output channels, Auto, Stereo, Mono ."Auto"
means to use the same Channel Mode as the source.
Complexity:Controls the resulting
encoding quality by varying the
complexity of the encoding algorithm.
Max startup latency in
seconds:Maximum audio preroll (initial buffering on
Enable the audio limiter
prefilter:The audio gain (in dB) with a range from +12 dB
(amplification) to -12 dB gain (attenuation).
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