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How do you know the audio quality of a youtube video/plus recording question?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Rentriutoigjtuowl, Dec 1, 2014.

  1. Rentriutoigjtuowl

    Rentriutoigjtuowl BANNED BANNED

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    What is the lowest quality that would provide a good recording that you can play on your home system or even in a club without it sounding shit?

    Wondering if it is possible/faesible to record the wav straight from youtube.
     
  2. Adrianx

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    This is not a black hat related question...

    Posted via Topify on Android
     
  3. Twixx

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    When I DJ, we always use 320kbps mp3:s. Any mp3 under 320kbps sounds like complete sh*t, atleast to me. :) Some of my friends however, who aren't into music / sound design as much as me, don't really care much if it's under or not.

    Edit; Oh, I saw that you wrote wav. Well then the 24bit is standard if I'm not mistaken.
     
  4. CyberAlien

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    Agreed, this would probably have been better suited for the Lounge ;)
     
  5. Rentriutoigjtuowl

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    Well no1s perfect and i cant change the forum now :D

    Well by wav i meant that you just record form speakers which used to save as wav but it could be any format recording form speakers.

    Still didnt answer my main quesiton as to what quality is averag eon youtube these days. I suppose it depends on the uploader but i think these days its good cos its more likely to be high quality with the advent of HD and everyone is pushing to be high quality now days to keep up with each other.

    Is there a way to check what quality the audio is uploaded to in youtube? other than just guessing the quality by listening?
     
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