[opus] How to identify packets to input to opus_decode()

hk@woohing hk at woohing.net
Tue Apr 30 11:03:54 PDT 2013

Hi Ralph,

Thanks for your prompt reply. For OpenSSL, is it needed for embedded system? And where to download it?

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Ralph Giles <giles at thaumas.net> 於 2013年5月1日 1:09 寫道:

> On 13-04-30 5:45 AM, HK Wong wrote:
>> So each libopus packet begins by a TOC byte as stated in RFC6716? And
>> the no. of bytes of each packet usually denoted by the segment table
>> entries in the ogg layer? If the TOC byte is also needed to feed into
>> libopus?
> Yes. The TOC byte is part of the Opus data packet and must be fed to the
> libopus decoder.
>> And for libopusfile, it needs to run with libopus and also libogg?
> opusfile needs libopus, libogg, and openssl.
>> is this (http://downloads.xiph.org/releases/ogg/libogg-1.3.0.zip) the
>> download link for libogg?
> Yes, that's the latest release.
> -r

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