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2024-04-12 18:50:51
Hello, how MS ADPCM works exactly? I did some basic research for that but i could not find that (but luckily i could find nice info about IMA ADPCM with some help of ChatGPT). What is the difference between IMA ADPCM and MS ADPCM?

Yes, but i can't totally understand it with this page (maybe my mistake). I also could not understand IMA ADPCM with the first page, thankfully ChatGPT solved that.

Note: by "ChatGPT solved that." i mean IMA, so i still don't know details of MS ADPCM.

Another note: I noticed MultimediaWiki actually gives all of the IMA ADPCM info but i did not understand it, so probably it gives enough info to understand MS ADPCM completely but i can't understand it. I think that's because my English is not very good... Can anyone help me?

Can anyone explain MS ADPCM to me with easy-to-understand sentences?

That Wiki article explains everything about the format, pretty much. What exactly do you want to know and what do you consider to be easy to understand to you? We don't know your level of technical experience and knowledge.
Random digital audio nerd girl

That Wiki article explains everything about the format, pretty much. What exactly do you want to know and what do you consider to be easy to understand to you? We don't know your level of technical experience and knowledge.

@Meowdori For example, what does "saturate" mean in "saturate delta to lower bound of 16"?

I dunno. "Lower bound" should mean "no less than", so "saturate delta to lower bound of 16" probably means
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`delta = max (delta, 16);`
or the equivalent
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`if (delta < 16) delta = 16;`

but I'm not 100% sure.