[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH] avcodec/wmalosslessdec: real 24bit support
christophe.gisquet at gmail.com
Mon Apr 18 14:59:24 CEST 2016
2016-04-14 7:56 GMT+02:00 Christophe Gisquet <christophe.gisquet at gmail.com>:
> As Hendrik said, please move it to LLAudDSPContext.
So this, and some of my other comments, are already addressed by the
final patch which was pushed before my review, making it somewhat
Could you please send a message next time indicating it was (already) pushed?
I suppose the OK was made through another medium that this mailing
list, so can the OK'er and/or the pusher mentions the OK'ing next
> On a side note, is this through RE or guess (I'm asking because the
> guess was not difficult) ?
> Because having an accumulator on 32 bits only may lead to overflows.
I saw a 30+M value at some point. I haven't seen anything else than 8
coeffs in use, so maybe 32 bits is enough and wrap-around is minimal.
But I'm still wondering what the reason is for this 32bits accumulator.
>> - sizeof(int16_t) * order * num_channels);
>> + sizeof(int) * order * num_channels);
> The format has the bitdepth stored and put into s->bits_per_sample.
> The decoder actually uses it to select how to store the samples later
> In any such case, this should be dynamic. Either you use int size =
> s->bits_per_sample>16 ? 4 : 2 (because sizeof(int16_t isn't going to
> change much...)
> Or FFALIGN(s->bits_per_sample>>3, 2)? Whatever floats your boat.
So it's a lot more involved than this, and the final code is not the
Just noticed that a lower value is likely needed - the reason for this
is to allow treating even 1 additional coeff with another loop,
thereby requiring some padding. But the padding is more linked to
overread size than number of coefficient.
I'll post a patch series soon on this topic.
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