[FFmpeg-user] Input 5.1 DTS, output 2.0 MP3: Atrocious Quality
Carl Eugen Hoyos
cehoyos at ag.or.at
Sun May 17 09:41:31 CEST 2015
Bazza <lamia <at> jeack.com.au> writes:
> The simple command
> 'ffmpeg -i inter.dts -ac 2 -ab 320k out.mp3',
> for an MP3 file, will produce this result.
> Plainly distorted. -)
You told that and John told us.
I did neither deny it nor asked for another
example for the same comamnd line.
When I originally asked for testing I had
not yet completely understood what FFmpeg
does internally (sorry!). I did now and
the question now is: Is the issue
$ ffmpeg -i inter.dts -ac 2 -acodec pcm_f32le outf.wav
If not, what about the following?
$ lame outf.wav
If there is also a bug in the ac3 encoder,
it will need additional testing.
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