[CELT-dev] llcon software using CELT

"Alexander Carôt" alexander_carot at gmx.net
Fri Aug 21 06:58:15 PDT 2009

> > If I interpret your code correctly, you use an exponential decay for the
> > fade out. In previous software projects I did something similar and got 
> > strange effects when I applied a multiplication to very small floating 
> > point values. I guess the same happens here, too. You should introduce a
> > bound for the floating point values. If the signal is below the bound, 
> > set the floating point value to zero and the problems should disapear (I
> > guess ;-) ).
> That's what EPSILON does -- it's just fast than a bound. Also, in the
> git version, the decay has been changed. It does straight to zero after
> a few frames.

Hi Jean-Marc,

so far I don't understand in what context a fade-out is applied (or better why) if an extrapolation is applied anyway. Can you explain ?


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