issue of vs1063's encoding gain

Writing software that inputs and/or outputs audio and performs DSP algorithms such as filters, new codecs or audio effects.
jwc1979
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Re: issue of vs1063's encoding gain

Post by jwc1979 » Fri 2020-11-06 12:21

Hello Pasi

In our use case, one side is vs1063a, the other side is PC. When I test ADPCM encoding format, it seems that the IMA ADPCM enc/dec source code is not adapting to VS1063a's. Do you have IMA ADPCM open source code that could work with vs1063a?

kind regards.

Wayne.

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Re: issue of vs1063's encoding gain

Post by jwc1979 » Sat 2020-11-07 5:49

Hello Pasi

Use G711 encoding format, tow vs1063a of codec mode can work well ,the voice is very clear. but when I save audio data to a file. And paly the audio file with a voice palyer(goldwave), the voice is not clear(with much noice), why does this happen?

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Wayne.
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Re: issue of vs1063's encoding gain

Post by pasi » Mon 2020-11-09 13:19

Use G711 encoding format, tow vs1063a of codec mode can work well ,the voice is very clear.
Which device is encoding and which is playing? Is the vs1063a in encoding mode or codec mode?

The data looks strange. Is it really g.711 u-law?

Are you saving to a file on the PC, or on your controller?
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Re: issue of vs1063's encoding gain

Post by jwc1979 » Wed 2020-11-11 11:30

Hello Pasi

Thanks for your reply. We have completed the tuning of vs1063a. Now vs1063a can work with our PC audio codec tool well. the voice is clear. The noice is because our pc codec tool use a-law, but vs1063a is set to u-law.

thanks again.

kind regards.

Wayne.

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Re: issue of vs1063's encoding gain

Post by pasi » Wed 2020-11-11 11:50

Great that you had that resolved!
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