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html = """<a name="Audio-Encoders"></a>
<h1 class="chapter"><a href="ffmpeg.html#toc-Audio-Encoders">14. Audio Encoders</a></h1>

<p>A description of some of the currently available audio encoders
follows.
</p>
<a name="ac3-and-ac3_005ffixed"></a>
<h2 class="section"><a href="ffmpeg.html#toc-ac3-and-ac3_005ffixed">14.1 ac3 and     ac3_fixed</a></h2>

<p>AC-3 audio encoders.
</p>
<p>These encoders implement part of ATSC A/52:2010 and ETSI TS 102 366, as well as
the undocumented RealAudio 3 (a.k.a. dnet).
</p>
<p>The <var>ac3</var> encoder uses floating-point math, while the <var>ac3_fixed</var>
encoder only uses fixed-point integer math. This does not mean that one is
always faster, just that one or the other may be better suited to a
particular system. The floating-point encoder will generally produce better
quality audio for a given bitrate. The <var>ac3_fixed</var> encoder is not the
default codec for any of the output formats, so it must be specified explicitly
using the option <code>-acodec ac3_fixed</code> in order to use it.
</p>
<a name="AC_002d3-Metadata"></a>
<h3 class="subsection"><a href="ffmpeg.html#toc-AC_002d3-Metadata">14.1.1 AC-3     Metadata</a></h3>

<p>The AC-3 metadata options are used to set parameters that describe the audio,
but in most cases do not affect the audio encoding itself. Some of the options
do directly affect or influence the decoding and playback of the resulting
bitstream, while others are just for informational purposes. A few of the
options will add bits to the output stream that could otherwise be used for
audio data, and will thus affect the quality of the output. Those will be
indicated accordingly with a note in the option list below.
</p>
<p>These parameters are described in detail in several publicly-available
documents.
</p><ul>"""

state = 0
for i in html.split("\n"):

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    if state == 1:
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