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    Audio Codec sources inside SDK?

    <<A number of audio codecs are included as part of the MMF which provide a number of standard codec conversions between common audio data types such as uLaw, aLaw, pcm8, pcm16 and gsm610. These can be found in the multimedia component directory under \Mmf\Src\Plugin\Codec\Audio.

    Since most of these codecs are relatively simple, they provide a good source of example code for writing a codec plugin. There are also a number of test codecs in the UnitTest directory in the \acod and \basecl sub-directories which could be used as a template for writing a new CMMFCodec plugin.>>

    Where are these folders inside the SDK?
    These two paragraphs come from "How to Write a Codec Plugin" inside the 2nd ed. FP2 SDK. They are also here:
    http://www.symbian.com/developer/tec...FGuide%2eCodec

    Rocco
    Last edited by Rocco77; 2005-11-16 at 16:13. Reason: More explicative title

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    Re: Audio Codec sources?

    They're probably part of the Symbian DevKit (not any S60 SDK). You have to license the DevKit for a specific Symbian OS version separately, and for doing that you must first be a Symbian Platinum Partner.

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    Re: Audio Codec sources?

    But stating this more clearly inside those symbian techlibs? :-/
    Thanks for your suggestion.
    Rocco

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    Re: Audio Codec sources?

    Hi,
    I am having the sdk and devkit both. In the sdk these things are part of the dlls and .libs - u cant see them.
    If you have the devkit then they are in
    \src\COMMON\GENERIC\Multimedia\Mmf\Src\Plugin\Codec\Audio

    but these are all trivial codecs...pcm, mu law no complicated codec given.

    regards,
    groys

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    Re: Audio Codec sources?

    Thank you for your replies
    The fact that makes me frustrated is that I've found that several partial informations like this are present in my (free, public) Nokia SDK (2nd Ed FP2), so I need to spend time to understand what I really can do and what I cannot... :-(

    Rocco

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