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  1. #1
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    Grip: poor mp3/ogg quality

    I've installed lame and tried to rip CD's. Encoding mp3 and ogg worked well, but the quality is extremly low. I already encoded with lame on fc2, and the sound quality was great. Is there a way to improve encoding quality? Or perhaps the problem is the ripper (i tried cdda2wav and cdparanoia)?

    yours, Philipp

  2. #2
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    Maybe the problem is from the Codec

    For lame use version 3.90.3
    For ogg use AutuV Version

    or you just have a low bitrate.....when encoding
    or even the source is not from a original CD and you are transcoding...

    Hope it helps
    Sniff.

  3. #3
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    lame ist version 3.92, and my CD is an original
    bitrate is at 128, what should it be?

    Philipp

  4. #4
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    At least 192 in a constant bitrate mode

    At least 160 in a variable bitrate mode

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