[speex-dev] Re: Please confirm your message

Alberto Carlino wolfkharl at hotmail.com
Fri Jun 6 04:10:14 PDT 2003

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>From: "Alberto Carlino" <wolfkharl at hotmail.com>
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>Subject: Adaptivity
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>Hi everybody!
>I'm new of this mailing list and I need some help.
>Here's the problem:
>I want to add the adaptivity in an Openh323 based audioconferencing system
>using the speex codec in narrowband mode.  For adaptivity I mean that the
>codec bitrate  must change if the network is cogested or not.
>The first question is:
>can I encode every single packet in a different bitrate? And the decoder 
>decode the packets automatically or it needs some "suggestion" (like a file
>in which I must specify the bitrate of every single encoded packet) ?
>Second question:
>how I can recall from Openh323 the speex codec so that it allows me to
>change dinamically the bit rate in base of my requirements? I.e. I must 
>the SpeexNarrow-18.2k but when I want to lower the bitrate I must to
>interrupt the call to refresh the capabilities. Is there a way to make a
>"dinamic capability" in which change the bitrate without change the entire
>Thanks a lot and sorry for my english:)
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