[speex-dev] Memory leak in denoiser + a few questions
tharper at sightspeed.com
Sun Mar 28 11:01:42 PST 2004
As far as I understand it, AGC keeps the volume level of the speech
elements (i.e. gain) stable no matter how quiet or loud the input becomes-
At 10:53 AM 3/28/2004, Bjoern Rasmussen wrote:
>The st->zeta pointer isn't freed in the speex_preprocess_state_destroy()
>function of the preprocess.c file (alloced in line 167). It's in Speex
>1.1.4 by the way.
>I'm trying to make the denoiser work with my application and has got
>reasonable noise reduction after applying the denoiser. I, however,
>haven't been able to find any information of what the purpose of
>SPEEX_PREPROCESS_SET_AGC and SPEEX_PREPROCESS_SET_AGC_LEVEL is?
>Bjoern D. Rasmussen
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Tom Harper - tharper at sightspeed.com
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