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Sun Jun 6 23:52:00 PDT 2010


/* FIXME: This VAD is a kludge */
st->speech_prob =3D Pframe;
if (st->vad_enabled)
if (st->speech_prob > st->speech_prob_start || (st->was_speech && st->speec=
h_prob > st->speech_prob_continue))
return 1;
} else
return 0;
} else {
return 1;


speex_warning("The VAD has been replaced by a hack pending a complete rewri=
st->vad_enabled =3D (*(spx_int32_t*)ptr);

As you can see, it is a hack, not supposed to be very good. Still, weird th=
at you get
this result. If you want a sample to test it, check speexenc.c file in spee=
x source code package.
I usually implement this kind of feature outside of speex becauses I want a=
 better control
on how it happens and when to do something about it :)

Yanick Bourbeau

On 11-08-29 04:16 PM, Clifton Craig wrote:
+1 on this question as I wanted to start playing with it as well.

On Aug 29, 2011, at 9:41 AM, Shridhar, Vasant wrote:

I have been trying to understand how to get the VAD algorithm working.  I s=
ent an input stream of all zeros into the preprocessor but still got a retu=
rn value of 1 indicating that speech was detected.  Is this feature not ava=
ilable with the latest release?  I thought at the very least it would detec=
t this as silence and return 0 but that does not seem to be the case.

Does anyone have any information on how to use this or some example code to=
 set this up I might try.


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