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Old 14 Sep 2012, 06:03 AM   #1
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Default Best audio setting

Hi,
I have a music DVD that I want to rip with the best audio settings possible using Vidcoder (Handbrake), both for 5.1 and/or stereo listening. If I choose Codec AAC (faac) > Mixdown > 6-channel discrete I get the choice to decode at 768 kbps, and if I choose Dolby Pro Logic II or Stereo I only can reach 320 kbps as the output rate. Can someone please clarify to a newbie in video decoding what setting is recommendable concerning maximum audio quality?
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