scarfy Posted May 25, 2015 Share Posted May 25, 2015 I've been looking into this for a little while now, and can't really find a definitive answer. Maybe someone here will know: Which of the popular music codecs, MP3, M4A, OGG, etc., are most efficient for battery use? All my music is encoded in OGG, but would it be better to use M4A (AAC) if it's lighter on the battery? Does it make a difference in Android at all? I've read about something called OpenSL which seems to provide hardware acceleration for decoding music, but I know nothing about low level stuff. Anyone know..? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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