[Speex-dev] Echo cancellor causing synthetic noise..?
jean-marc.valin at usherbrooke.ca
Sat Dec 22 16:54:10 PST 2007
It's likely (from the warning) that there's something wrong with the
input you give to the AEC. Most common are clipping and capture/playback
Tim Na a écrit :
> Merry Christmas to all. :)
> I have been trying out new 1.2beta3 here and facing some noise problems, (I
> can't say this is 1.2beta3 problem because I haven't tried out previous
> version yet) and was wondering if anyone also has faced and solved similar
> When the speex encoding/decoding (wideband) process starts, the voice is
> crispy clear with almost no noise in the background, but as I run it for a
> long time, noise start building up and even with (scary?) synthetic sounds
> as well. (these noises continue even when I disable mic recording thus only
> allowing all zero data from input device - sampling still goes on) When I
> only use the raw PCM data without speex codec, these symptoms didn't happen.
> The speex library often prints this statement to my window.
> " --> warning: The echo canceller started acting funny and got slapped
> (reset). It swears it will behave now."
> I am using win32 (Visual C++ 2005), compiled speex source code personally
> with very few minor additions to code, using window's media interface (wave
> in/out) in multi-thread environment. To transfer the data from wave in to
> out, I use local-loop UDP transport.
> I have set 10 quality, complexity 4, VBR on, VBR quality 10.0, DENOISE on,
> echo canceller linked with preprocessor.
> - Tim
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