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Platform(s): S60 3rd Edition
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Created: User:Technical writer 2 (04 Jul 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (14 Jun 2012)

Overview

Resolving the encoding mode of an AMR file

Description

The frame length of an AMR file varies according to the encoding mode (bit rate) of the AMR data. The frame length must be known when using APIs like Audio Proxy Server (APS) for playing back an AMR file, since the APS play data queue must contain exactly one frame per buffer.
Information about the AMR encoding mode can be extracted from the first byte of each frame. The following code example demonstrates how to do this.
Note that AMR files always begin with a 6-byte header ("#!AMR\n"), followed by the frame data.

Solution

    #define KAMRHeaderLength 6
    // Table containing AMR-NB frame lengths for each encoding mode
    const TInt KAMRFrameLenTable[8] = { 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 27, 32 };
    /******************************************************************************
    * void ResolveAMRFrameLengthL
    * Parameters:
    *   aFs         File server session
    *   aAMRFile    Path and file name of an AMR-NB file
    *   aFrameLen   On return, contains the frame length
    ******************************************************************************/
    void ResolveAMRFrameLengthL( RFs& aFs, const TDesC& aAMRFile, TInt& aFrameLen )
      {
      RFile file;   
      User::LeaveIfError( file.Open(aFs, aAMRFile, EFileRead|EFileStream) );
      // Skip the header part
      TBuf8<KAMRHeaderLength> header;
      TInt ret = file.Read( header, KAMRHeaderLength );   
      if( ret == KErrNone )
        {
        file.Read( header, 1 ); // read 1st byte of the first frame
        if( header.Length() )
          {
          // Resolve AMR mode (0..7) and frame length from the table
          TInt mode = (header[0] & 0x38) >> 3; // 0x38 == 00111000
          aFrameLen = KAMRFrameLenTable[mode];
          }           
        }   
      file.Close();
      }

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