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  1. Member
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    Is there different AAC types?
    that need different codecs?

    Or is it only one?

    What is SBR+PS and so on?
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  2. Member rakf1's Avatar
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    There are many types of AAC - AAC-LC, HE-AAC, HE-AACv2....

    AAC-LC with SBR = HE-AAC
    AAC-LC with SBR and PS = HE-AACv2

    (SBR - spectral band replication, PS - Parametric stereo) better coding efficiency...

    Nero codec should handle all types...
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    Ok!

    I got a dvd player that some people think should play AAC,
    but when i try it says that it don't got the right codec!
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  4. Member rakf1's Avatar
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    Use Mediainfo to find out which type of AAC you have..., I'm guessing it only supports AAC-LC. Try creating a AAC (.m4a) file in itunes and try playing it..
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    Its a AAC-LC SBR

    Is there any good prog. that can convert AAC to AC3?

    The player support AC3..
    Now i'm converting the AAC's to Mp3, and it takes a very long time. DbpowerAMP and lameXP does not work.. so now i'm converting to *.wav with flaad and then i use Audacity to convert to *.mp3..
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  6. Member rakf1's Avatar
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    You can use Mediacoder or Belight to convert AAC to AC3
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    Thanx! Mediacoder helped me alot!
    Fast and it works perfect on my computer.

    Belight only support AAC output, not input
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