ijr at po.cwru.edu
Sun May 18 11:35:41 EDT 2003
On Sunday 18 May 2003 03:18 am, Craig Longman wrote:
> 2) i noticed that the ReencodeFile() doesn't honour the edit lists.
> would it be acceptable if it did, as in, if worked on that as a patch,
> would it be accepted? perhaps with a flag passed into it, defaulting to
> false. in my case, i would like to flag off the parts i don't want, and
> re-encode it into a smaller file, with the cruft removed.
It'd be very acceptable if it did, I would actually have a use for it, then =)
> 3) i also have some very strange stuff happening on the audio, the pitch
> is way, way down, but still appears to be in sync. almost like it was
> recorded at a higher sampling rate, then not properely resampled. both
> the default and the transcoding recording profile are set to 32000
> though, so i'm confused. setting the transcoding sampling rate to
> 48000 causes the following error:
> setting the output format to uncompressed though, produces good sound,
> albeit a much larger file. i've never used libmp3lame, so i don't know
> if this is expected (i seem to recall hearing something about non-32000
> causing problems though). i'm much less certain about what to do to
> resolve the problem with mp3 encoded 32000 output though, sounding all
> fuzzy like that. maybe something to do with the fact that i'm running a
> hardware encoder.
Hmm.. Well, the audio you're getting from the card should be 48000 MP2. Not
sure why it dies but when you resample it to 48kHz, but the pitch shifting is
probably because it's just taking the data as 32kHz instead of the 48kHz that
it is.. Needs to do some resampling in the transcoder loop to handle that.
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