Re: [codec] Discussion around ITU LS

Jean-Marc Valin <jmvalin@mozilla.com> Wed, 14 September 2011 16:58 UTC

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On 14/09/11 03:34 AM, Christian Hoene wrote:
> It would make sense to use the information available at the decoder and then
> simply add an pitch drop and replication function together function at the
> decoder output. That can be done easily (even by me).
> 
> Koen and Jean-Marc: With parameters in the Silk/CELT codec provide this
> information?

See commit 25f7f355 I just checked in that implements a OPUS_GET_PITCH()
request that returns the pitch of the latest frame -- if available. Does
this address your issue?

	Jean-Marc