[Speex-dev] Decoding only a certain frame results in different values than when decoding the entire file
s at pahtak.org
Fri Dec 23 15:17:46 PST 2011
Clearly, it must be the previous frames.
On Dec 23, 2011, at 14:32, Hermann Weber <hermie.weber at gmx.de> wrote:
> When I already decoded something, and the decstate is not erased or
> reset, shouldn't that be sufficient to decode other frames with a good
> For example, when I have decoded 30 frames without decoding the previous
> frames, the sound quality may not be too good, but afterwards the
> decoder should (in my opinion) be in a "good" state.
> But when I decode other frames afterwards, it is as if I did not decode
> anything before...
> Can someone explain this?
> Does the decoder need to have decoded the adjacent previous frames or is
> it sufficient that the decoder has just decoded anything?
> Thank you.
> Am 23.12.2011 20:49, schrieb Hermann Weber:
>> My file is 3 hours long, so decoding takes around 5 minutes on an
>> average computer.
>> That is a bit too long unfortunately...
>> Am 23.12.2011 20:38, schrieb Steve Checkoway:
>>> On Dec 23, 2011, at 10:54, Hermann Weber<hermie.weber at gmx.de> wrote:
>>>> And how many frames does Speex need to "recover"?
>>>> Or is that not predictable?
>>> No idea. My guess is not predictable. You have all of the data, why not decode it all?
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