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2002\10\21@124835 by Richard Sloan

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2002\10\21@212903 by Richard Sloan

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Searching the internet high and low for source code to decode ADPCM 16kbps G.726 (8Khz 2 bits)
I have some source code I used in an old project and it was ADPCM, what flavor I am not sure, but it was 4 bit, not sure how to make it 2 bit, it would involved changing some of the lookup tables and I never knew how that was originally done.
Some people on the web make reference to a SUN archive for this but I can not find what they mean by this.
Also I will need some software on PC to encode (not in realtime) WAV files to this new format.... If you can help it would be appreciated.
Richard.
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2002\10\21@224926 by Nate Duehr

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Is that specific flavor of ADPCM one of the codecs used in the
SpeakFreely project bigger machines?

There is both Windows SpeakFreely and Unix SpeakFreely, developed
separately and under different licensing... (Windows is GPL, Unix is
Public Domain).

Might be a starting point.  Hope this helps.  There'd be a lot of work
to tear out their code and use it in other projects, especially embedded
ones, but at least it's there and working as a "learning base" and both
are open-source.

http://www.speakfreely.org - Windows
http://www.fourmilab.ch/speakfree/unix/ - Unix

Nate

On Mon, 2002-10-21 at 19:26, Richard Sloan wrote:
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