each was over 4MB (first track of "New Adventures in HI-FI")
Xmms says the ogg version (vorbis file format) is 121Kbps, 44 khz, and
The MP3 is 128Kbps, 44Khz and 4337034 bytes.
I noticed that my system was more sluggish playing the ogg file than
MP3s, but this is development code as the page says and un-optimized.
121Kbps seems a bit wierd though..
Collins_Paul at emc.com wrote:
>> > From: Donncha O Caoimh [mailto:donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com]
> > XMMS plugin. Tested it on a wav file and it was about 200k
> > shorter than
> > the mp3 :)
>> What were the vital stats of the two files (mp3 and vorbis)? Length (time),
> size (KB), bitrate?
>> I wonder is Vorbis named after the character in Small Gods...
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