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Can I make my own psychoacoustics audio codec?

Can I make my own psychoacoustics audio codec, like Bink Audio, MP3 and Musepack? Named: PsychoAudio
The format should be tuned for mid-high bitrates (~150-180 kbps), like Musepack.
And I call it from the command line: "psychoenc.exe input.wav output.aud"
Optional argument: "-quality" (from 0 to 10), 0 = best, 10 = worst. Floating point numbers are supported like "3.50" or "7.25"!
Thanks for this!

Re: Can I make my own psychoacoustics audio codec?

Reply #1
Sure! What is your end goal?
Please remove my account from this forum.




Re: Can I make my own psychoacoustics audio codec?

Reply #5
Can I make my own psychoacoustics audio codec
Only if you're willing to do all the work yourself.
BS, IT'S TOO HARD AND I DON'T KNOW COMPLEX LANGUAGES.

Re: Can I make my own psychoacoustics audio codec?

Reply #6
Can I make my own psychoacoustics audio codec
Only if you're willing to do all the work yourself.
IT'S TOO HARD AND I DON'T KNOW COMPLEX LANGUAGES.
So you've answered your own question.

You've been on about this right left and centre.  There is no purpose in reinventing the wheel, there are already sufficient wheels.  Businesses invent new wheels so they can control them, not because they're needed.
It's your privilege to disagree, but that doesn't make you right and me wrong.

Re: Can I make my own psychoacoustics audio codec?

Reply #7
ChatGPT can't create a new encoder because it's too complex.
ChatGPT can only produce the simplest code.  It can produce a starting point for slightly more complex code, but the code then needs human tweaking to make it work properly.  But in all cases, you have to remember that AI is an illusion: the answers it produces to queries are a digest of existing information and misinformation, and although on the surface of it the answers produced appear authoritative, in fact they may be garbage and require detailed checking.

EG: when somebody said the cheese wouldn't stick on their pizza, AI suggested using glue in the recipe.  Rely on AI at your own risk.
It's your privilege to disagree, but that doesn't make you right and me wrong.