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Speex codec

Hello guys,

Has somebody had any experience with Speex codec? I have some questions about that. I would really appreciate your help

Speex codec

Reply #1
Just ask the questions.

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Reply #2
And please don't double-post again.

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Reply #3
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Has somebody had any experience with Speex codec?

I do 

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Reply #4
Can we have the latest unstable version (1.1.5) for windows ?? In http://www.rarewares.org , only the 1.1.4 is available.

Thanks.

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Reply #5
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And please don't double-post again.

I am sorry, I am a newbie on this forum and did not notice a forum dedicated to codecs.

Actually, I would like to show you what I do in my application and would really appreaciate if you point me the spot where I am wrong.

I am sorry for my previous post. I made a mistake assuming that I get mu-law data. No. I get linear PCM, 8 bits per second, signed.  So the sequence of my actions is the following:

void CompressAndDecompress (const char* cData, int iLength = /*160*/)
{
      vector <short> vecLinearPCMdata

    // Speex needs linear PCM, 16 bit per sample
    // Convert my signed 8 bit to signed 16 bits

    for (i = 0; i < iLength; i++)
    {
        short cTemp =  (short)  (cData >> 8);     
        short_buffer.push_back ( cTemp);
    }


  // now we have 160  samples. Encode the frame

    //  array to keep encoded frame
  char cEncodedFrame [38];

    speex_bits_reset(&bits);

      speex_encode(state, &short_buffer [0], &bits);
     
    int nbBytes = speex_bits_write(&bits, cEncodedFrame, 38);

    /// now decode the frame
 
        short  cDecodedData [160];
        char  cLinearPCM8Bits [160];

        speex_bits_read_from (&dec_bits, cEncodedFrame, 38);
     
        speex_decode (speex_dec, &dec_bits, cDecodedData );

          for (int j=0; j < 160; j++)
          {

                // convert each sample back to signed 8 bits PCM   
   
                cLinearPCM8Bits [j] = (char) (cDecodedData [j] >> 8) ;
          }

}


As a result,  decompressed data does not match original data.  They are totally different and I can't play them.  Where am I wrong?

Thanks

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Reply #6
I have the same problem,
i am trying to add to my application the speex,i get stream of audio of wideband(16khz) and each smaple have 16 bit, as i understood from the manual is that speex get one frame at the time to encode , (one frame for wide band is 320 sample, mean 640 bit), after encode i send it on tcp\ip to the other size and then take the stream i got from the encoder and do decode.
i see that the buf i got after decoder has many zero , and not like the stream before.
i use quality=10 and stiil it sound bad!!!
what do i do wrong?

is it write that the encoder of wideband get frame at size 640 bit , and put them in float array of 320, and in decoder i get array of float of 320 and put them into 640 bit, each 4 bit insert to 2 bit of short?

i would be greatfull if someone who understand the code behind the speex could help me with this.


Thanks,
Ayelet

 
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