[Flac-dev] Re: nice idea
lichvarm at phoenix.inf.upol.cz
Sat Oct 5 00:19:02 PDT 2002
On Fri, Oct 04, 2002 at 01:57:03PM -0400, Hod McWuff wrote:
> Agreed that the oversampling isn't useful in the long term. I'm not sure
> what you mean by 'dictioniary overhead'.
> I'd like to see an easy-to-invoke set of parameters that will spare no
> cpu expense and produce the tightest theoretically possible output.
> I'm guessing the best of Marco's idea can be achieved by adding
> heuristics to dynamically determine optimal frame size based on say, a
> maximum standard deviation of a complexity measurement. The idea is to
> tie the frame breaks to dramatic changes in the signal. If the guitarist
> plucks a string, or the vocalist starts a new syllable, that should also
> mark a frame boundary.
I was playing with variable blocksize some time ago. I used something
like brute force search, no invention at all. I got ~1.5% improvement
of compression, but 10 second sample took about hour of encoding :-).
If there is some fast algo for that, it would be cool.
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