[FFmpeg-devel] patch for DCA "floating point output" option
Sat Jan 19 16:34:22 CET 2008
madshi <dear at madshi.net> writes:
> M?ns Rullg?rd schrieb:
>> madshi <dear at madshi.net> writes:
>>> Not sure whether the DCA maintainers will like this patch. But maybe
>>> they will, so I'm posting it here just in case.
>>> This patch adds optional floating point output to the DCA
>>> decoder. This optional feature must be enabled at compile time by
>>> adding the following switch to config.h:
>>> #define CONFIG_AUDIO_NONSHORT 1
>>> I'm using this solution in my eac3to tool because 16bit PCM just
>>> doesn't cut it for a good audio transcoding tool. The idea for this
>>> option comes from the MLP/TrueHD decoder which offers a similar
>>> +#ifdef CONFIG_AUDIO_NONSHORT
>> That's a rather useless name. Can't you think of anything better?
> It was not my idea. The same constant is already used by the
> MLP/TrueHD decoder. I thought that it doesn't make sense to
> use a different name for every decoder...
> Besides, I don't think that the name is useless. Currently the decoders
> all output "short" samples (shorter than they should be). "non short"
> simply means that the decoders stop shorten the audio samples.
The name is equally non-descriptive for any decoder. If the output is
not 'short', then what is it?
mans at mansr.com
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