On 10/24/2011 05:34 PM, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
I understand the concept, and have played with some stego on graphics
files. I remember that it worked best with "busy" pictures, because the
"distortion" was harder to spot. I just wonder about how much it would
affect the quality of an audio file. It just seems like our material
takes such dreadful abuse being converted into .mp3 files, that it can't
take much more and still be even reasonably listenable. MP3s take away
a lot of "good" information. How much "bad" information can we add?
Also, what is going to be the result of, not only converting to .MP3s of
varying bit rates, but also of normalizing it, or perhaps adding a fade-out?
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