Re: [codec] Multi-mode frame concatenation

Ralph Giles <giles@thaumas.net> Fri, 29 July 2011 18:21 UTC

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On 29 July 2011 11:13, Benjamin M. Schwartz wrote:

> Nope.  I mean that once M is invalid, the other two bits are also
> available for signaling.  I would not regard M=49, p=1, v=0 (byte==113) as
> a multi-mode packet indicator, so it's still available for something else.

Ah, I see. (count & 0xCF) > 0, basically. Thanks for explaining.

 -r