[speex-dev] Where to pause stream (minimum decodable length)?
jean-marc.valin at hermes.usherb.ca
Fri May 16 07:42:56 PDT 2003
Yes it's the minimum, as you can't decode half a frame. In Speex frames
are 20ms which should be low enough anyway.
Le ven 16/05/2003 à 04:03, Robert M. a écrit :
> Here is my situation:
> I have large Speex encoded stream which I would like to playback on wave
> out device. I could decode whole stream to pcm and play it back as pcm
> audio, but this is not what I want. Instead I want to decode minimum
> decodable bits (bytes?) to pcm and play it ... then decode another
> minimum data chunk and play it, etc. This way I can achieve closest to
> real-time playback or I can pause and then restart playback. So, my
> question is: What is minimum length of Speex encoded data where decoder
> (speex_decode) will still successfully decode input data? In Windows
> terminology this is called BlockAlign. The block alignment is the
> minimum atomic unit of data the playback and record software must
> process at a time .
> BTW, the sample provided is using frame_size*channels but I don't think
> this is the minimum.
> P.S. I need this for my ACM codec driver I'm working on.
> Robert M.
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Jean-Marc Valin, M.Sc.A.
Université de Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada
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