[opus] Confusion on CELT or Silk
ashara.amit at gmail.com
Thu Dec 31 18:44:31 PST 2015
I understand. My main aim to first understand the processing overhead when
decisions have to be made for a fixed audio in signal, reduce it so that I
can then begin making an update to reduce the memory (on chip flash and
On Thu, Dec 31, 2015 at 7:58 PM, Joshua Bowman <silverbacknet at gmail.com>
> Opus will always use whatever mode it feels best encodes the frame, though
> you can use opus_encoder_ctl(ctx,OPUS_SET_SIGNAL(signal)); where signal is
> either OPUS_SIGNAL_VOICE or OPUS_SIGNAL_MUSIC to influence the decision.
> SILK won't be used when picking incompatible frame sizes, but you're not
> really supposed to know or care what underlying algorithm makes the magic
> happen, since neither SILK not CELT stands alone in Opus. Simply feeding
> the correct audio type should be sufficient.
> Oh, I see your previous message that you're benchmarking. You can import
> opus_private.h and use opus_encoder_ctl(ctx,OPUS_SET_FORCE_MODE(mode));
> where mode is MODE_SILK_ONLY, MODE_CELT_ONLY, or MODE_HYBRID. Obviously,
> don't do this in a real application! The numbers will be slightly different
> due to bypassing the mode analyzer, so make sure to test the public API
> On 12/31/2015 5:17 PM, Amit Ashara wrote:
> Hello All,
> Based on reading the documentation and some online resources, it seems
> that there are 2 codecs CELT and SILK. However when calling opus_encode*
> API, it is not clear which of the two are used?
> Is there a specific mode to be selected to use one or the other?
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