[theora-dev] Experimental release of Ghost/CELT 0.0.1
dvdkhlng at gmx.de
Mon Dec 10 15:22:39 PST 2007
>>>>> "Jean-Marc" == Jean-Marc Valin <jean-marc.valin at usherbrooke.ca> writes:
>> Not bad. I somewhat had the impression that the non-adaptive huffman
>> coding was one thing holding patent free codecs (ie Vorbis, Theora)
>> So any chance we're also going to see upgrades to Vorbis, Theora? :)
> No, that would break compatibility. You need a new codec.
You mean something like Vorbis v2? Lots of the frontend code could stay
the same, I guess. And the user would only need to add a command line
option to 'oggenc' :)
>> Hmm, your code compiles, but I don't seem to find the bitrate knob.
>> I guess this is because it's not yet implemented?
> It's very crude, there's mode1 (37 kbps) and mode2 (57 kbps) that you
> can use (and mode3 doesn't work). Don't worry, it's not intended to
> stay like that.
'mode1' is already set as default. So maybe mode2 is 37 kbps? Just ran
a test with mode2, I hear some artifacts, but they sound unlike what I'm
used to. The voice sample sounds unaltered on my low-tech equipment.
Very neat indeed.
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