[FFmpeg-cvslog] r18860 - in trunk/libavcodec: ac3dec.c ac3dec_data.c ac3dec_data.h eac3dec.c
Wed May 20 03:05:39 CEST 2009
On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 06:23:38PM -0400, Justin Ruggles wrote:
> Michael Niedermayer wrote:
> > On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 08:53:27AM +0200, jbr wrote:
> >> Author: jbr
> >> Date: Sun May 17 08:53:24 2009
> >> New Revision: 18860
> >> Log:
> >> eac3dec: use 16-bit pre-mantissas instead of 24-bit in AHT decoding. it is
> >> simpler and also fixes a bug in GAQ dequantization.
> > are you sure 16bit precission is enough for that?
> > what effect does this compared to double precission floats have on the
> > PSNR ?
> stddev: 7.95 PSNR: 78.30 bytes: 3999744/ 3999744
and what is that?
we have raw -> encoder -> ac3 -> double fp decoder -> raw2
-> 16bit decoder -> raw3
PSNR of raw2 - raw vs. PSNR raw3 - raw is what we care about.
That would make 2 PSNR scores though, a before and a after
the second part we care about is the difference to a reference decoder
that should mention which reference decoder is used though
> I think 16-bit is enough.
as a general rule of thumb, calculations in the frequency domain need
an additional log2(transform length)/2 bits.
I think the transform size is 512, that means that a minimum of 20 bits
are needed for all calculations that work on coefficients.
That is if the output should be 16bits instead of 12bit
And independant of that decoders must be tested when changes are done
that lead to different output, that especially true if you throw
a huge number (8bit) of precission away.
The idea is not to commit and hope someone notices it.
and about stddev/PSNR, if you output 16bit and the low 1-3 are just random
your code is totally broken and should be fixed, removed or replaced.
Its not that a stddev of 8 is a little off ...
Thats just an amount at which i wouldnt want to touch the decoder with a
10 feet/3 meter pole. We live in a world where people complain about 16bits
being not enough, choping the precission down to 12 is definitly not ok
Also to repeat it again, please test, test and test!
and, maybe the ac3 spec conatins some rules about minimum precission for
compliant decoders, if not please look at mp3 an use its compliance
requirement as a minimum.
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