TV stereo audio decoding

Started by December 22, 2006
I am trying to design a professional broadcast television product based
upon a Linux server which would incorporate decoding of a digitized
BTSC signal (the stereo audio and second audio channel on a NTSC TV)
into its component audio streams.  My preferred implementation would be
in a C language SDK which implements that functionality.  Is anyone
familiar  with such an SDK or know of a consultant or contractor
interested in producing one?

<rob.robinett@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> I am trying to design a professional broadcast television product based > upon a Linux server which would incorporate decoding of a digitized > BTSC signal (the stereo audio and second audio channel on a NTSC TV) > into its component audio streams. My preferred implementation would be > in a C language SDK which implements that functionality. Is anyone > familiar with such an SDK or know of a consultant or contractor > interested in producing one? >
NTSC (never twice the same colour!). You should try the German PAL system - Phase Alternate line - it's much better - or have they improved NTSC? S -- Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com
Sanctus wrote:
> <rob.robinett@gmail.com> wrote in message > news:1166782153.081780.313690@i12g2000cwa.googlegroups.com... > >>I am trying to design a professional broadcast television product based >>upon a Linux server which would incorporate decoding of a digitized >>BTSC signal (the stereo audio and second audio channel on a NTSC TV) >>into its component audio streams. My preferred implementation would be >>in a C language SDK which implements that functionality. Is anyone >>familiar with such an SDK or know of a consultant or contractor >>interested in producing one? >> > > > NTSC (never twice the same colour!). You should try the German PAL system - > Phase Alternate line - it's much better - or have they improved NTSC? >
So how is your reply relevant? OP stated he needed to meet a particular specification. Why would he be interested in a system *NO MATTER HOW SUPPOSEDLY SUPERIOR* that was not the spec he was required to deal with?