[CELT-dev] can I create command line versions of the newer test releases?
banban at gmail.com
Mon Aug 2 00:20:47 PDT 2010
sorry i just noticed the website said "Constant bit-rates from 32 kbps to
128 kbps and above"
so i test the stereo in 48kbps(celttest 44100 2 256 34 input.pcm
output.pcm), but it is still terribly.
the music goes well when the bit-rate up to 64kpbs(celttest 44100 2 256 46
2010/8/2 Robby <banban at gmail.com>
> thank you for the help.
> i tested a stereo pcm file successfully, but the outputfile sounds
> my project need small packet size, so i made the rate at 24kbps(celttest
> 44100 2 256 17 input.pcm output.pcm),
> the outputfile coded by aac at the same rate(24kbps) is much better in my
> hearing test.
> i notice that the sample in the website is mono stream,it works good at
> the 24kbps, does celt support low bit-rate stereo stream?(e.g 24kbps) or i
> used the testcode in a wrong way again?
> 2010/8/1 Gregory Maxwell <gmaxwell at gmail.com>
> On Sun, Aug 1, 2010 at 1:25 AM, Robby <banban at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > ok,i would asking something crazy, i build a exe using
>> > in windows, for my test purpose and using this command
>> > testcelt 44100 2 256 46 input.wav output.wav
>> > but i can't find any audioplayer could open output.wav, could anyone
>> tell me
>> > how using testcelt.c file to test wav format?
>> Testcelt.c works only on signed 16bit raw audio, not wav files.
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