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EncodeFormats.OGG.Bitrate property

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Type

long for Visual Basic

long for Visual C++

 

 

Remarks

Chooses a nominal bitrate (expressed in bps) to encode at in OGG Vorbis format. Attempts to encode at a bitrate averaging this. Takes an argument in kbps. This uses the bitrate management engine, and is not recommended for most users. A better alternative is setting the EncodeFormats.OGG.EncodeMode property to OGG_ENCODE_QUALITY and using the EncodeFormats.OGG.Quality property.

 

This property is used only in the following situations:

During a recording session if the EncodeFormats.ForRecording property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_OGG and the EncodeFormats.OGG.EncodeMode property is set to OGG_ENCODE_BITRATE (for further details see the How to perform a recording session section).

During a CD ripping session if the EncodeFormats.ForCdRipping property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_OGG and the EncodeFormats.OGG.EncodeMode property is set to OGG_ENCODE_BITRATE (for further details see the How to perform a CD ripping session section).

During an exporting session if the EncodeFormats.ForExporting property is set to ENCODING_FORMAT_OGG and the EncodeFormats.OGG.EncodeMode property is set to OGG_ENCODE_BITRATE (for further details see the How to export a recorded sound section).

 

This property is the same as entering either the -b <kbps> or --bitrate <kbps> setting inside the Appendix B - OggEnc command line.

 

For further details about encoding in OGG Vorbis format refer to the OGG object section.

For further information about available encoding formats see the EncodeFormats object.