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Old 2005-03-28, 12:01 PM
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Re: .OGG VBR Quality 10 ~400kbit/s lossyness analysis

There you have it. You can see the blocks way up top, especially on the right channel just like analfreq showed. Blocks like this would never appear on a pure lossless source.

Because the encoder was set to 10, very little information is lost from the original audio. It doesn't look like it's even touched anything below 20kHz.

The reddish parts are where all the music is. the purplish "fog" from about 6kHz up to 22kHz is 99% noise.
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