[Speex-dev] Multiple Frames per Packet
Thu Jul 29 14:00:04 PDT 2004
Figures. I knew I should've just pasted my code:
while (ret != -1 && speex_bits_remaining(&bits) > 0);
I am using a newer version of Speex, so I guess the terminator
is a relatively new thing. I'm not even sure if it's necessary,
but I think Jean-Marc recommended using it back when I asked this
question awhile ago..?
Anyway, glad it's working for you.
David Barrett (dbarrett at quinthar.com) wrote:
> Aha. Thanks. I don't seem to have speex_bits_insert_terminator(&bits);
> in my installed version (1.0.4), but I was able to use
> speex_bits_remaining(&bits). However, speex_bits_remaining(&bits)
> doesn't return 0 -- it returns -1 when it's empty.
> Odd, eh? But it works. Thanks!
> On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 2:37pm, Tom Grandgent wrote:
> > David,
> > Here's the trick ... do this just before your speex_bits_write():
> > speex_bits_insert_terminator(&bits);
> > Then, when decoding, keep calling speex_decode() until it returns -1
> > or speex_bits_remaining(&bits) returns 0.
> > Works for me, anyway.
> > Tom
> > David Barrett (dbarrett at quinthar.com) wrote:
> >> Hi, I'm using Speex and I want to pack multiple frames into a single
> >> packet. The manual (section 4.5) says to call "speex_encode()"
> >> multiple times before calling "speex_bits_write()", and then call
> >> "speex_decode()" until it returns -1. However, when I try that
> >> "speex_decode()" never returns -1, and it enters an infinite loop.
> >> I'm using 1.0.4.
> >> Any suggestions? Surely this isn't a new question. (Incidentally,
> >> the Xiph.org archives of this mailing list appear to be offline.
> >> Where are they now, or when will they come back online?)
> >> I've included some clips from my code below:
> >> -david
> >> ...
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