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vorbis encoder/decoder for TI C54x Platform?

Started by Randy Yates August 29, 2005
Does anyone know if such animals exist?
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Randy Yates wrote:
> Does anyone know if such animals exist?
Vorbis uses floating point numbers. Wouldn't a TMS320C6711 be a better choice ?? Donald
Donald wrote:

> Randy Yates wrote: > >> Does anyone know if such animals exist? > > > Vorbis uses floating point numbers. > > Wouldn't a TMS320C6711 be a better choice ?? > > Donald
There is a fixed point implementation of Vorbis called Tremor. I think that is the one used in the MP3 + Vorbis players. Regards, Steve
OK, so I'm an idiot. I'm looking for vorbis for a *C55x*, NOT
a C54x.

--Randy

Randy Yates wrote:
> OK, so I'm an idiot. I'm looking for vorbis for a *C55x*, NOT > a C54x. > > --Randy >
Google found this: http://wiki.xiph.org/index.php/Tremor
Very cool. Thanks Donald. Any ideas on an encoder?
(That's just the decoder, right?)

--Randy

>OK, so I'm an idiot. I'm looking for vorbis for a *C55x*, NOT >a C54x. > >--Randy
During last TI Devcon in bangalore, I saw a demo of a Vorbis encoder running on an OMAP(C55x+ARM) platform by a company called ImpulseSoft(impulssoft.com)Though am not very sure if it was running on the DSP(fixed point) or the ARM(floating point) I know these guys, so If you so require I shall ask their guys to talk to you. There is a company called Emuzed, I would be surprised if they did not have it too. Also this seems a possibility too: http://focus.ti.com/general/docs/wtbu/wtbugencontent.tsp?templateId=6123&path=templatedata/cm/general/data/wtbmiddl/devs/patni --Bhooshan This message was sent using the Comp.DSP web interface on www.DSPRelated.com
Randy,
we have an implementation of Vorbis 'Tremor' Decoder on OMAP (C55x+ARM).
Is it the decoder you are looking for? or the encoder? 
Sarat 

sarat.kalyanam@patni.com

>>OK, so I'm an idiot. I'm looking for vorbis for a *C55x*, NOT >>a C54x. >> >>--Randy > >During last TI Devcon in bangalore, I saw a demo of a Vorbis encoder >running on an OMAP(C55x+ARM) platform by a company called >ImpulseSoft(impulssoft.com)Though am not very sure if it was running on >the DSP(fixed point) or the ARM(floating point) >I know these guys, so If you so require I shall ask their guys to talk
to
>you. > >There is a company called Emuzed, I would be surprised if they did not >have it too. > >Also this seems a possibility too: > >http://focus.ti.com/general/docs/wtbu/wtbugencontent.tsp?templateId=6123&path=templatedata/cm/general/data/wtbmiddl/devs/patni > > >--Bhooshan > > >This message was sent using the Comp.DSP web interface on >www.DSPRelated.com >
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Randy, Vinjey software is a company that makes Vorbis decoders on 55x.

http://www.vinjey.com/ogg_trial.html

regards
Prabindh

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