Encode through Windows Media Encoder 9 vs. Windows Media Player 9 (Copy from CD)

Encode through Windows Media Encoder 9 vs. Windows Media Player 9 (Copy from CD)

Post by Pianoma » Sun, 10 Nov 2002 20:35:27



Is there any different in quality when encoding with WME9 (extract the CD to
WAV and encode with WME9 file by file), and with WMP9 (clicking on Copy From
CD). Both use VBR at the same bitrate.
 
 
 

Encode through Windows Media Encoder 9 vs. Windows Media Player 9 (Copy from CD)

Post by Michael Patten [MS » Wed, 13 Nov 2002 00:48:15


No, assuming you are using the same bit rate and encoding mode, the results
between the two products should be the same.

Michael

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Quote:> Is there any different in quality when encoding with WME9 (extract the CD
to
> WAV and encode with WME9 file by file), and with WMP9 (clicking on Copy
From
> CD). Both use VBR at the same bitrate.


 
 
 

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