AAC wiki out of date?

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AAC wiki out of date?

Kieran O Leary
Hi,

I was looking to find out some info about AAC encoding in FFmpeg and I went
to the wiki https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Encode/AAC
Would I be correct in saying that it's out of date, as the native encoder
is now the best quality since 3.0? There's an emphasis on the Fraunhofer
encoder in the wiki and how it is the highest quality.

Best,

Kieran.
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Re: AAC wiki out of date?

Noeck


17.06.20 15:12 Kieran O Leary:

> I was looking to find out some info about AAC encoding in FFmpeg and I went
> to the wiki https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Encode/AAC
> Would I be correct in saying that it's out of date, as the native encoder
> is now the best quality since 3.0? There's an emphasis on the Fraunhofer
> encoder in the wiki and how it is the highest quality.

Does anyone know an answer to this?

Is the trac wiki actively maintained or is it superseeded other
documentation?
Is the Fraunhofer encoder still the best AAC encoder?

Cheers,
Daniel
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Re: AAC wiki out of date?

Carl Eugen Hoyos-2
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Am Mi., 17. Juni 2020 um 15:13 Uhr schrieb Kieran O Leary
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> I was looking to find out some info about AAC encoding in FFmpeg and I went
> to the wiki https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Encode/AAC

(Since this seems not obvious to many people:)
The FFmpeg wiki is a wiki, nothing more, it is not
"actively maintained" afaik (but seems correct in
this specific case).

> Would I be correct in saying that it's out of date,

> as the native encoder is now the best quality since 3.0?

Over the years, I realized that I am unable to judge an
audio encoder's quality but I am sure that this is not true.

> There's an emphasis on the Fraunhofer
> encoder in the wiki and how it is the highest quality.

Yes.

Carl Eugen
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