[FFmpeg-devel] [patch] 6 channel raw audioinputresultsin invalid PCM packet error
Sat Nov 8 15:33:58 CET 2008
On Fri, Nov 07, 2008 at 04:30:40PM -0800, Phil Rutschman wrote:
> > > As I explained in my original bug report, pcm_decode_frame in
> > > libavcodec/pcm.c expects the size of the audio packet to be an
> > integer
> > > multiple of the number of channels and the number of bytes per
> > sample.
> > > If it isn't, it reports "invalid PCM packet" and returns with an
> > error.
> > > If the input is mono or stereo 16-bit, it will work because 2 and 4
> > > divide into 1024. Anything with 24-bit audio (3 bytes * number of
> > > channels) or a channel count that isn't a power of two will fail.
> > AVCodecContext.block_align or bits_per_coded_sample should be useable
> > to simplify this ...
> I added code to print those values in raw_read_packet.
> AVCodecContext.block_align is zero in this case.
> AVCodecContext.bits_per_coded_sample is zero at the time of the first
> call to raw_read_packet. Thus, neither is appropriate.
bits_per_coded_sample could be set in raw_read_header()
it would at least avoid recalculating its value in every packet
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