[Speex-dev] BUMP: "Click" at end of SPX files?
Anders S. Johansen
home at dduck.dk
Wed Feb 9 01:07:29 PST 2005
Hi Jean-MArc (and others),
As I say in my mail, signal processing is NOT my area of expertise, and
I am lost. I haven't the faintes clue about what you mean by "DC offset".
This is why I offer paying someone (ANYONE!!!) to solve the problem. I
am aware it's beyond my abilities right now, and am willing to pay
someone who /does/ know what he is doing to fix it for me.
I am sure I could fix it myselv, given the time to enter a new field of
expertise, but I am simply too busy doing other code on the project AND
finishing my ph.d. :(
Anders S. Johansen
Jean-Marc Valin wrote:
> Hi Anders,
> As (I think) I said earlier, did you check that you have no DC offset in
> the file. That's the most likely cause I see for that problem (along
> with not removing the last few samples as you should do).
> Le mardi 11 janvier 2005 à 08:16 +0100, Anders S. Johansen (SecondGuess
> ApS) a écrit :
>>I need to re-state my question, as I never found a solution to my
>>problem (described below in original text).
>>One suggestion was to use the encoder from the newer, unstable, 1.1.6
>>release, but I need to know if I can use decoder code I grabbed from the
>>speexdec enclosed in v. 1.0.4, and if not, what I should do then.
>>Obviously I'd like to avoid breaking my build, by introducing new code
>>into my project at a late state...
>>It is kinda urgent - this is code for a commercial product, which /was/
>>on the verge of release, when this problem was discovered. I do not have
>>the expertise to solve it myself. I /am/ willing to pay for a solution,
>>if need be.
>> Anders S. Johansen, SecondGuess ApS
>>Original post follows:
>>"I am experiencing some unfortunate problems when encoding WAV files to
>>spx using version 1.0.4. A "click" which is not present in the original
>>WAV file is added to the end of the spx file.
>>Is this a known problem, and if so, which version of the encoder should
>>I switch to... and if I have to switch the encoder, will I also have to
>>switch the version of the decoder?"
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