[Speex-dev] Is it possible to change the quality with encoding ?
morgan at hsware.net
Tue Oct 9 11:58:44 PDT 2012
Thank you for your answer.
Yes I'm aware of that, I have implemented a control stream in order to change quality...
Le 9 oct. 2012 à 20:23, Jozsef Vass a écrit :
> Yes, you can change the quality while encoding. You can get all kinds
> of statistics from jitter buffer (number of packets stored, etc.) and
> can adjust the quality based on that. Please note that jitter buffer
> is on receiving side and adjusting the quality is on sender side, so
> you need to communicate your measurements to the other side.
> On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 3:37 PM, Morgan <morgan at hsware.net> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Actually, the question is right on the topic.
>> Is it possible to change the quality while encoding ?
>> If the answer is yes, does the jitter buffer provides info about latency, e.g. : if latency is too high, we lower down the quality, if the latency is okay, we are raising the quality until latency rise up again...
>> Thank you for your help.
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