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@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ The DAB+ programme is encoded to \filename{prog2.dabp}. The extension
other AAC encoded audio, it makes sense to use a special extension. The command
-dabplus-enc -i prog2.wav -b 88 -a o prog2.dabp
+dabplus-enc -i prog2.wav -b 88 -o prog2.dabp
These resulting files can then be used with ODR-DabMux to create an ETI file.
@@ -188,7 +188,7 @@ buffer is empty. Then the multiplexer will enter prebuffering, and wait again
until the buffer is full enough. This will create an audible interruption,
whose length corresponds to the prebuffering.
-Or the sound card clock is a bit slow, and the buffer will be filled up faster
+Or the sound card clock is a bit fast, and the buffer will be filled up faster
than data is consumed by the multiplexer. At some point, the buffer will hit
the maximum size, and one superframe will be discarded. This also creates an
audible glitch.
@@ -204,7 +204,7 @@ insures that the encoder outputs the AAC bitstream at the nominal rate, aligned
to the NTP-synchronised system time, and not to the sound card clock. The sound
card clock error is compensated for inside the encoder.
-Complete examples of such a setup are given in the Scenarios.
+Complete examples of such a setup are given in the scenarios.
\subsubsection{Authentication Support}
In order to be able to use the Internet as contribution network, some form of
@@ -240,3 +240,5 @@ input but instead of using files, FIFOs, also called ``named pipes'' are
created first using \texttt{mkfifo}.
This setup is deprecated in favour of the ZeroMQ interface.
+% vim: spl=en spell tw=80 et