[speex-dev] fixed point conversion volunteer (OMG what am I doing?)
B. Mitchell Loebel
multinode at earthlink.net
Wed Apr 2 12:19:02 PST 2003
Count me in. I'm an excellent C programmer and I've done assembly
coding. Although I've not done float to int conversions, I'll pick it
up quickly ... send me an example, please.
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<p>>I'm willing to contribute some time to converting speex to fixed point.
>I'm not doing this for a particular product and I will receive nothing but
>some warm fuzzy feelings for "giving back to the community".
>Consequently, I don't want to do it all myself.
>So ... is anyone else currently working on this?
>Splitting the work into chunks should allow more people to write code when
>I haven't known about speex for very long (very cool project -- much
>needed), so I'm not very familiar with the code yet. I did code fixed
>point replacements for a couple of the functions in filters.c, but I
>haven't put much thought into how to organize these into the mainstream.
>Has anyone already done any analysis on the dynamic range at various
>points of the processing? Stability of the IIR filters?
>Also, if anyone has a preference for common code or fork. Which and why?
>PS. I have 8 years experience optimizing C (as well as C++ & other) code.
> Some of that experience is on fixed point DSP processors.
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<p><p><p><p>B. Mitchell Loebel
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