[speex-dev] decoder give me values over 32000!
Manuel Molina Rojas
mmolina at toomeeting.com
Tue Apr 13 01:27:53 PDT 2004
I think there is a problem. If we are coding PCM 16 mono, then, when
we decode the samples we should obtain PCM 16 mono again, but wave
data over 16bits is extracted from the decoder. If the input level is
reduced we could loss wave information.
Thanks for your help
<p>Jean-Marc Valin wrote:
>> we are using speex 1.0.3 under windows. We code samples with
>>values from -32.000 to 32.000 (signed short), but when we decode these
>>samples the values range from -45.000 to 45.000.
>> What is the problem?
>I'd say the main problem is that you should have the input be that close to the
>bounds. The behaviour is probably normal (though a bit more extreme than usual)
>giving that Speex is lossy and it's the perceptual quality that counts. I
>suggest you just set your input level lower.
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