Osama Fadhil osamaesl at yahoo.com
Sat May 28 05:41:36 PDT 2011

Yes, here it is
After you run the MATLAB, look for an m-file called PQevalAudio.m in the software of the PEAQ
You can type the following in the command line of matlab:
>> PQevalAudio (' Name of the reference (original) file ', ' Name of the tested (de-coded) file ',  parameter here ( scalar or two element array) , parameter here (scalar or two element array) )
Note that this PEAQ software tests files sampled at 48 kHz
My question was how to use the third and the fourth parameters. How should I select them? Depending on what? 
From: Jonathan M. Polom <s0nic0nslaught at gmail.com>
To: celt-dev at xiph.org
Sent: Friday, May 27, 2011 6:07 PM
Subject: Re: [CELT-dev] PEAQ(CELT)

Osama: I'm similarly interested in evaluating CELT with an automated/objective audio and speech quality analysis method. Do you have a link to the PEAQ implementation you mentioned? I might be able to help. Also, could you post the code your analysis uses?


On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 8:55 AM, Osama Fadhil <osamaesl at yahoo.com> wrote:

>I don’t know whether this is the right place to discuss such a question here. I’m sorry.
>I want to evaluate the CELT codec using a known MATLAB implementation of the PEAQ software. If anyone has used this test program he could see that one of the input parameters (3rd one) shifts the frames for both the reference and the under test audio signals. Another parameter (4th one) marks the end of data. My question is how to choose such parameters? Depending on what? Is there any operation that we can do on the reference and the tested audio signals in order to know the amount by which we shift the frames?
>Thank you for any idea
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