Talk:jbocradi pamo'o

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Posted by inego on Wed 09 of Nov., 2005 07:08 GMT posts: 17
The file is 9 MB in size! That's too large? Did you use MPEG compression?
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rlpowellPosted by rlpowell on Wed 09 of Nov., 2005 07:43 GMT posts: 14214

On Tue, Nov 08, 2005 at 11:08:31PM -0800, wikidiscuss@lojban.org wrote: > The file is too large > > The file is 9 MB in size! That's too large? Did you use MPEG > compression?

Ummm.

In *my* universe, MP3 and OGG both compress at about 1 megabyte per minute. Since pure voice compresses better, that would make that file perhaps 12 or 15 minutes long.

What's the problem?

-Robin

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Posted by Anonymous on Wed 09 of Nov., 2005 08:31 GMT

On Tue, 2005-11-08 at 23:48 -0800, Robin Lee Powell wrote: > On Tue, Nov 08, 2005 at 11:08:31PM -0800, wikidiscuss@lojban.org wrote: > > The file is too large > > > > The file is 9 MB in size! That's too large? Did you use MPEG > > compression? > > Ummm. > > In *my* universe, MP3 and OGG both compress at about 1 megabyte per > minute. Since pure voice compresses better, that would make that > file perhaps 12 or 15 minutes long.

(Not to be a prick, but this is one of my geekly peeves.)

In *my* universe, Ogg doesn't compress anything, being a container format.

On the other hand, Vorbis (which you ju'osai meant), does compress at about 1MB per minute. Although Speex would probably do better for this, except that he likes to use background music, which probably wouldn't do so well in Speex.