[Flac-dev] Re: Reg. FLAC decoding
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Thu Oct 6 10:10:34 PDT 2005
--- Joe Steeve <joesteeve at zodiactorp.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-09-30 at 23:14, Josh Coalson wrote:
> > but all samples in buffer are 32-bit signed integers in host
> > order, regardless of the bits-per-sample of the frame. so to get
> > them down to shorts (assuming they'll fit), do like:
> > FLAC__int32 * LChannel = buffer;
> > short TempSource = (short)LChannel[LPos];
> > instead of
> > LChannel = (unsigned char *)buffer;
> > short * TempSource = (short *)&LChannel[LPos];
> > let me know if this works or if you have other questions.
> I tried this., but still i dont get the proper output. I'm still
> debugging with the decoder. I'll get back when I get doubts.
one thing that can help: create a stereo WAVE file with one
sample in each channel with a specific bit pattern like
0x55aa 0x5aa5, compress to FLAC, and decode that. then it is
easy in a debugger to see how the samples are stored.
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