[vorbis-dev] Concatenating waves
lourens at rainbowdesert.net
Fri Apr 30 14:37:55 PDT 2004
On Fri 30 April 2004 22:36, Adriano Almeida wrote:
> I want to guarantee that a few wav files when converted to .ogg
> use the same codebook and configuration so that I can will store
> the setup packets 1 time, saving the space used for each file's
> setup packets and, when decoding(playing) the files, sparing the
> time wasted setting things up.
> For that I realize that if I concatenate all .wav in one big .wav
> and then transform it to .ogg, they will share the same codebooks
> and configs. (right??)
Sounds right, there's only one header so...
> So, my big question is?? Should I put silence between them or a
> big noise (fill the wav from peek to peek)?? each one will be
> easier to identify when I read the big ogg and try to separate
> only the audio packets that correspond to the same old wav files?
Why not just store the offsets somewhere (in a comment for example)?
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