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Topic # 29954 24-Jan-2009 09:59
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As noted another firmware release and still no AAC-HE audio. But there is now a resume function which is nice

Cast your votes for AAC-HE audio by contributing to this thread

http://www.networkedmediatank.com/showthread.php?tid=7515




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  Reply # 191768 24-Jan-2009 10:49
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For what it's worth I've added my comments to the thread, but NZ is such an insignificant market for the Popcorn NMT that I can't see the issue being addressed until HE-AAC audio is more widely adopted.



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  Reply # 191779 24-Jan-2009 12:03
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I think Norway also uses this standard so we are not alone




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  Reply # 191830 24-Jan-2009 16:00
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UK freeview uses HE-AAC also I thought?

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  Reply # 191840 24-Jan-2009 18:41
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Ragnor: UK freeview uses HE-AAC also I thought?
They don't use HE-AAC at the moment, though it seems likely that H.264 video and HE-AAC audio will be used for HD broadcasts over the Freeview terrestrial network in the UK soon. The first use could be around the end of this year.

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