363Re: Audio Files Question
- May 1, 2007Raising the sampling rate linearly raises the file size. Also you get
no advantage of raising the sampling rate, as all it does is allow
you to produce higher "frequency" response. If you are running FM
with a +-5Khz bandwidth, a sampling rate of 8000hz is optimal.
Going higher may provide you with slightly better fidelity, but with
the offset of much higher file size.
As for custom audio files, if they are being played with
the "wavplay" script, then you need to have them 8-bit, 8000hz. If
you want to play them with your own player, or customize the wavplay
script to play them, you can put CD quality audio on your node :)
Just remember that the file size will be large.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "ak5z" <ak5z@...> wrote:
> That's an excellent question, Don. I know the wav files must be 8-
> mono, but I wondered about the Sample Rate as you have also for the
> embedded nodes. Raising the Sample Rate shouldn't increase the size
> the files. (Keep them small is important to save server space.) A
> higher Sample Rate would give better audio and still be 8-bit
> be interested in hearing a response from one of our IRLP tech
> John, AK5Z
> Node 3600
> --- In email@example.com, "Don Morehouse" <donmor46@>
> > For audio files in Redhat V7.3 , V9.0 etc the audio files had to
> > pcm 8000 Hz mono. Is that still the case for the embedded nodes
> > one use 44100 etc? Audio files would be used along with some of
> > audio files used in the speaktime audio.
> > Thanks
> > Don VE7EDA
> > Node 1144, 1811 & 1946
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