[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] 5 of 5 Add Speex Encoding
Wed Jul 8 02:49:25 CEST 2009
On Tue, Jul 07, 2009 at 07:01:13PM -0400, Justin Ruggles wrote:
> Art Clarke wrote:
> > On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 7:29 AM, Michael Niedermayer <michaelni at gmx.at>wrote:
> >>> 2) in flvenc.c, either don't enforce the frames-per-packet (assume the
> >> user
> >>> knows what they are doing) or just warn people if is not between 1 and 8.
> >> i think iam in favor of letting the user shoot himself, if that is what he
> >> asks for, that said thats just a very weak oppinion of mine, i dont mind
> >> a check ...
> > Any suggestions on the best way to make this configurable in libspeexenc.c?
> > My default idea is to add (yet another) field at the end of AVCodecContext
> > named "frames_per_packet", make it settable in libavcodec/options.c, and
> > then use it in libspeexenc.c (and potentially any other codecs that need
> > it). This would be a minor version bump for libavcodec.
> Here is my idea:
> add frames_per_packet to AVCodecContext
> - min/max_frames_per_packet might be useful too for when it needs
> to be variable
> add num_frames to AVPacket, 0 for incomplete or partial
> new audio encoding function that outputs to an AVPacket
> demuxer: set num_frames based on extradata or parsing
> parser: parse out full frames if needed and determine num_frames
> decoder: decode all frames in the packet
> encoder: encode frame(s) based on user settings and set num_frames
> muxer: able to determine if num_frames is compatible with the container
my first thought: overkill
Is it possible to just split the speex packets at the demuxer/parser and let
the muxer merge them? or does this multi-packeting apply to several muxers?
(and yes i do accept the bit padding needed to make them byte aligned)
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