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#rockbox log for 2022-03-24

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15:37:11hannes_hey, how to read this table? https://www.rockbox.org/wiki/CodecPerformanceComparison
15:37:33hannes_i am trying to find the most battery efficient codec (well, tradeoff with size of course) for my clip+
15:37:55hannes_the page doe snot say what the columns actually mean :)
15:38:59gevaertsHigher % realtime is better, below say 110% to 120% is unusable
15:40:48hannes_thanks!
15:40:59gevaertsBasically 100% realtime means the CPU is spending 100% of the time decoding (leaving no room for things like UI, EQ, ...) 500% realtime means it uses 20% of the time
15:42:53gevaertsIf you're on a hard drive player, spinning up the disk to re-fill the cache takes a lot of power, so compression ratio does matter too (as in, bigger files means more spin-ups means more power use). On flash targets that's still slightly true, but a *lot* less so probably not very relevant
15:55:51hannes_just a good old clip+ :)
15:56:14hannes_i'll go with vorbis i think
15:59:13braewoodshannes_: opus does a good job. most stuff can handle it these days from what i've seen.
15:59:31braewoodsit's usually a non-issue but some codecs are very taxing
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16:00:06hannes_ugh, i just stupidly forgot about anything else the player is doing apart from decompressing audio
16:00:32braewoodsopus ends up being so small for the quality you get that it probably is a net benefit
16:00:37braewoodsless data to read
16:00:57braewoodsmore space for stuff too
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16:12:34hannes_it's for listening outside on crappy headphones so either should be fine at 64k and vorbis seems way faster on that table
16:17:20hannes_`fd -t f -e flac -x bash -c 'ffmpeg -i "$1" -b:a 64k "$1".ogg' bash {}` ftw (plus a '&& rm "$1"' for me there :)
16:20:48braewoodshannes_: ok. i just prefer to use good codecs to reduce degradation of quality.
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18:59:53rb-bluebotBuild Server message: New build round started. Revision 9bde653410, 303 builds, 8 clients.
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