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{{Software Infobox
'''aoTuV''' is an abbreviation for '''Aoyumi's Tuned Vorbis'''; it is third-party development/tuning of the [[Vorbis]] encoder.  
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| developer            = Aoyumi
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| stable_release      = Beta 6.03
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| operating_system    = Windows
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| use                  = Encoder, Decoder
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| license              = BSD
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| website              = [https://ao-yumi.github.io/aotuv_web/index.html ao-yumi.github.io]
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'''aoTuV''' ('''<u>Ao</u>yumi's <u>Tu</u>ned <u>V</u>orbis''') is a third-party development/tuning of the [[Vorbis]] encoder.  
  
aoTuV versions improves significantly on Vorbis quality: Most people agree '''aoTuV beta 4 (and newer)''' achieves [[transparency]] at -q 5.
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aoTuV versions improve significantly on Vorbis quality: Most people agree '''aoTuV beta 4 (and newer)''' achieves [[transparency]] at {{code|-q 5}}.
  
 
Released in December 2005, '''aoTuV beta 4.51''' improved further on low bit-rate and after peer review was rebranded '''aoTuV Release 1''' with some reports that -q 1 (approximately 80 kbps) is good enough for streaming.
 
Released in December 2005, '''aoTuV beta 4.51''' improved further on low bit-rate and after peer review was rebranded '''aoTuV Release 1''' with some reports that -q 1 (approximately 80 kbps) is good enough for streaming.
  
In June 2007, the '''aoTuV beta 5''' versions including 5.7 underwent peer review and superceded Release 1 as the HA recommended Vorbis encoders, improving the low bit-rate quality in relation to [[Noise normalization]] without sacrificing compression ratio.
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In June 2007, the '''aoTuV beta 5''' versions including 5.7 underwent peer review and superseded Release 1 as the HA recommended Vorbis encoders, improving the low [[bitrate]] quality in relation to [[Noise normalization]] without sacrificing compression ratio.
  
'''aoTuV Beta 6''' versions released in 2011 made further improvements on pre-echo and post-echo handling, stereo mode decisions and noise normalization at low bitrates but have not been extensively peer-reviewed by the HydrogenAudio community.
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'''aoTuV beta 6''' versions released in 2011 made further improvements on pre-echo and post-echo handling, stereo mode decisions and noise normalization at low bitrates but have not been extensively peer-reviewed by the HydrogenAudio community.
  
See [[Recommended Ogg Vorbis]] page for more details.
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==See also==
 
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* [[Recommended Ogg Vorbis]]
== Links ==
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* [[Lancer]], BlackSword's accelerated version of aoTuV binaries, courtesy of the Ogg Vorbis Acceleration Project
* [http://www.geocities.jp/aoyoume/aotuv/ aoTuV's home page].
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* [[Compiling aoTuV]] under Linux
* [[Lancer]]: [[BlackSword]]'s accelerated version of aoTuV binaries, courtesy of the Ogg Vorbis Acceleration Project
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* [http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=44681&hl= How to prounounce "aoTuV"]
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* How to compile aoTuV under Linux: [[Compiling aoTuV]]
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== External links ==
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* [https://ao-yumi.github.io/aotuv_web/index.html aoTuV home page]
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* {{ha|https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,44681.0.html|How do you pronounce aoTuV?}}
  
 
[[Category:Software]]
 
[[Category:Software]]
 
[[Category:Encoder/Decoder]]
 
[[Category:Encoder/Decoder]]

Latest revision as of 17:44, 30 November 2019

aoTuV

Developer(s) Aoyumi
Release information
Initial release
Stable release Beta 6.03 (April 25, 2011; 11 years ago)
Preview release
Compatibility
Operating system Windows
Additional information
Use Encoder, Decoder
License BSD
Website ao-yumi.github.io

aoTuV (Aoyumi's Tuned Vorbis) is a third-party development/tuning of the Vorbis encoder.

aoTuV versions improve significantly on Vorbis quality: Most people agree aoTuV beta 4 (and newer) achieves transparency at -q 5.

Released in December 2005, aoTuV beta 4.51 improved further on low bit-rate and after peer review was rebranded aoTuV Release 1 with some reports that -q 1 (approximately 80 kbps) is good enough for streaming.

In June 2007, the aoTuV beta 5 versions including 5.7 underwent peer review and superseded Release 1 as the HA recommended Vorbis encoders, improving the low bitrate quality in relation to Noise normalization without sacrificing compression ratio.

aoTuV beta 6 versions released in 2011 made further improvements on pre-echo and post-echo handling, stereo mode decisions and noise normalization at low bitrates but have not been extensively peer-reviewed by the HydrogenAudio community.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]