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Speex, 0.5.2
atherean
post Jul 30 2002, 05:53
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Another point-point update from the Speex team:

This release brings a number of improvements and bug fixes. First, the search has been improved and it is now possible to choose the right quality/encoding time tradeoff (--comp option). Is is also possible to pack more that one frame in an Ogg packet (--nframes), reducing the overhead for low bit-rates. Last but not least: there is now some documentation about Speex!

http://sourceforge.net/projects/speex/

The HTML version of the docs: http://speex.sourceforge.net/manual/
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post Jul 30 2002, 12:48
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I downloaded the samples and they sound great, but is there any way to compile it under windows? It doesn´t work for me, after fixing 6 bugs (version not decalared), 21 new appeard (all in speexenc.obj, I have no idea how to fix them) ???
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post Jul 30 2002, 14:26
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I am having a little trouble finding a binary. Is there a compile available somewhere?
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post Jul 30 2002, 15:13
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I am having a little trouble finding a binary. Is there a compile available somewhere?


Not for Win32, AFAIK.

The sources are too linux-oriented ATM. Maybe they'll do some Windows ports as the project gets more stable.


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