[sip-comm-dev] GSoC Project - Implementing Wideband codec support for SC


#1

Hi all,

I'm Lasitha from the department of Computer Science and Engineering,
University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. I'm interested in the GSoC 2010 project
Implementing wideband Codec support for SC. I checked out the source of SIP
Communicator and built the SIP Communicator using eclipse IDE and went
through some audio Codec implementation on SC such as ilbc and speex.

Then I did some reading on the SILK Codec, it's features, RTP payload
format. But the current implementation of SILK Codec is available on C and
I'm yet to find a java implementation of it. I'd much like to hear any
comments on the implementation of the codec from a potential mentor of this
project.

Thank you very much.


#2

Hey Lasitha,

На 29.03.10 10:21, Lasitha Rajapakshe написа:

Hi all,

I'm Lasitha from the department of Computer Science and Engineering,
University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. I'm interested in the GSoC 2010
project Implementing wideband Codec support for SC. I checked out the
source of SIP Communicator and built the SIP Communicator using eclipse
IDE and went through some audio Codec implementation on SC such as ilbc
and speex.

Then I did some reading on the SILK Codec, it's features, RTP payload
format. But the current implementation of SILK Codec is available on C
and I'm yet to find a java implementation of it.

(please note that we prefer seeing gsoc related questions on our gsoc
mailing list: gsoc@sip-communicator.dev.java.net).

I don't think you are very likely to find any. That's actually what the
project is about. It shouldn't be very difficult to translate the
existing C code in Java though, so you'd be using it as a basis.

Cheers,
Emil

···

I'd much like to hear
any comments on the implementation of the codec from a potential mentor
of this project.

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