[Tremor] Ogg Vorbis on AVR

James Dabbs jdabbs at tga.com
Tue Oct 5 04:21:47 PDT 2004

I don't think any of the AVR's are going to be able to keep up in real
time.  I don't think it will even be close.  You'll have to decode it
into a buffer (eg, CompactFlash or DataFLASH) and then play it back when
you're done.

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Subject: [Tremor] Ogg Vorbis on AVR

I thought in the future I might try to implement an Ogg Vorbis decoder
on a standard Atmel AVR.
Then I found Tremor existed.
So is there anything that would absolutely stop one decoding Ogg Vorbis
on a AVR?

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