Liquidsoap always decodes then encodes. No pass through...

On Tuesday, 18 October 2016, DreamStreamKicker <dreamstreamkic...@gmail.com>
wrote:

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> When I catch an input stream at e.g. AAC 128 kbps and I e.g. stream @
> fdkaac he-aac v2 64 some conversion obviously is taking place. But what
> if I catch at AAC 128 and stream at AAC 128? So when input equals output
> codec and birate? Is this stream its quality left untouched?
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