John Ridges jridges at masque.com
Tue Mar 22 13:01:16 PDT 2011

Ouch! Fair enough.

John Ridges

On 3/22/2011 1:37 PM, Gregory Maxwell wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 3:30 PM, John Ridges<jridges at masque.com>  wrote:
>> I'd like to lobby to put CELT_SET_SIGNALLING_REQUEST back into the
>> public area. In our case the frame sizes are constant and we're not
>> trying to be inter-operable with anyone else, so the in-band signaling
>> byte is just wasted bandwidth. I know I could just modify the default
>> value for "signalling" in the source code, but I'm trying to avoid doing
>> that as much as possible. Thanks,
> You're really concerned with overhead in the range of 3200 bit/sec
> (for 120 sample frames) to 400 bit/sec (960 sample frames)?
> The ability to change sizes will probably be used by future encoders
> to achieve greater quality,  and the ability to send mono frames to a
> stereo RX will be used.
> In any case, if this is that much of an issue you'd probably be best
> off just skipping the byte and adding it back in on the remote side.
> This doesn't require any changes to the library.

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