Is it possible for an update to increase the Audio Bitrate above the 256kbps maximum to 320kbps?
Generally speaking, this is considered the best bit rate that standard audio players support. I won’t argue with the kids over what the human ear can discern or any other such nonsense. Personally, I encode my own MP3s at 320kbps, and would like to have the same quality when the source is a DVD.
Perhaps the audio on DVDs isn’t even as good as a 320kbps MP3?–I don’t know. If that’s the case, I would understand why the author uses 256kbps as the maximum for ripped MP3s.
Just curious if 320kbps can ever be a practical option.