What about non-standard encoders and tunings?
Shouldn't you make a page about how to encode vorbis files?
[JohnRipley] How about a list of third party implementations of the Vorbis codec itself? For example: JOrbis, and mine :)
Windows Media Player Encoding
[cparker] I'd like to know how to enable Windows Media Player to encode vorbis files directly from the "Rip" tab. I'm using Windows Media Player 9-10. I checked vorbis.com, and it appears to be quite outdated. (It makes a reference to irc.xiph.org.)
HW requirements ?
[xerces8] What CPU power (in terms of popular PC CPUs) is required for realtime decoding of Vorbis ? Does tremor require more/less time/space as the "classic" version ? (I plan to purchase a used laptop to use as a Vorbis playing station, so I need to know, thanks)
RE: HW requirements ?
> What CPU power required for realtime decoding of Vorbis
Why don't you test ? 100 MHz Pentium 1 (just a guess)
> Does tremor require more/less time/space as the "classic" version ?
Space: same/irrelevant/unreproductable (???), time: probably slightly slower
DOS386 15:21, 19 October 2007 (PDT)
Any reason for this:
- VorbisSoftwareEncoders: List of libvorbis frontends
- VorbisEncoders: List of encoders (e.g. Xiph, aoTuV, GT, vorbis-java)
Merge them ? DOS386 15:21, 19 October 2007 (PDT)
- I guess that's a solution.--Ivo 11:16, 20 October 2007 (PDT)
change name of successor of vorbis into something that does NOT begins with a V
Please change the name of Vorbis 2 into something that does NOT begins with a V Unexperienced people might think that vorbis is for video because of the V.
(Not worbis or norbis: w is pronounced like v so theres mistaking again and when typing norbis without bis it's nor and that's a certain way of blending so the computer might have problems if pasted in unprotected or buggy programs.)