[vorbis-dev] Test files for decoder implementation
merijnv at sci.kun.nl
Wed Sep 18 06:37:45 PDT 2002
In case you try to re-invent a wheel but do not want to: there is a
ogg-decoder in the jRoar-packet and a java-library 'jorbis' which can decode
In case you want to re-invent a wheel, good luck :).
On Wed, Sep 18, 2002 at 02:17:46PM +0200, Tor-Einar Jarnbjo wrote:
> I am trying to implement a Vorbis decoder in Java, and I have some
> problems understanding the file-format specification included with
> libvorbis. In the header description, there are a few obvious mistakes,
> which I believe to have solved, but when I try to decode the audio
> packets, the decoded floor and residue data doesn't seem to make
> sense at all, and after a few packets, my decoder is out of sync
> with the bitstream.
> Are there any test files (or something like that) available, where
> the content is documented, so that it is possible to test a decoder
> implementation and more easily be able to find the bugs?
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