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Skype To Give Away New SILK Audio Codec, Is it better than Speex?
kwanbis
post Mar 3 2009, 19:56
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Skype’s new state of the art speech codec SILK will be made available to third party licensees for free, the company is announcing later today. Skype GM Jonathan Christensen will be speaking about the new program at the eComm event in San Francisco later today.

SILK has been highly regarded by the guys that follow this sort of thing and is included in the most recent version of Skype for Windows (the Mac version with SILK will be coming in April). If both sides of the call have a version of Skype that includes the new codec, the call quality increases dramatically.

Skype is now making the codec available for third party use on a royalty free basis. There are a number of speech codecs available on the market today, including iSac and AMRWideband, and an open source codec called Speex. Skype claims that SILK outperforms all of these.

http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/03/03/skype...lk-audio-codec/

Has anyone tried to ABX Speex vs SILS?

This post has been edited by kwanbis: Mar 3 2009, 21:56


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