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  1. I did some settings as the following picture shows,,,the thing I want to point is that I set the Audio Bitrate to 32kbps, but it turns out to be 59kbps finally,and I don't know why, can anybody help me solve this problem?

    Thanks in advance!
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  2. Explorer Case's Avatar
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    It seems the AAC format (or its implementation in this encoder) puts restrictions on the combination of sampling rate and bitrate.
    Using 44100 Hz sampling requires more than 16 kbit/s per channel. It seems closer to 32 kbit/s per channel (64 for stereo) may be needed for 44100 Hz.
    To achieve 32 kbit/s stereo in AAC, you may need to bring the sampling frequency down to 22050 Hz.
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