conversion of rate

Discussion in 'C++' started by Fraser Ross, Aug 26, 2005.

  1. Fraser Ross

    Fraser Ross Guest

    Does Boost have anything for doing a conversion of rate for a data sequence?
    E.g. sound sample data from 44100 per second to 50000. I don't expect the
    algorithm would be big. I standard algorithm would be useful of course.

    Fraser.
    Fraser Ross, Aug 26, 2005
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  2. Fraser Ross wrote:
    > Does Boost have anything for doing a conversion of rate for a data sequence?
    > E.g. sound sample data from 44100 per second to 50000. I don't expect the
    > algorithm would be big. I standard algorithm would be useful of course.


    Have you tried asking in a Boost online forum? I thought they had one or
    more... I dare not say "have you tried looking" knowing what reactions I
    might get (ranging from "where?" to "it's much easier to ask than to try
    finding yourself").

    Also, why would there be a standard algorithm for that? I've never in my
    whole career needed to convert rate for a sound sample data. I bet most
    of C++ programmers haven't either. Have you tried specialised sound libs?
    Victor Bazarov, Aug 26, 2005
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  3. Fraser Ross

    mlimber Guest

    Victor Bazarov wrote:
    > Fraser Ross wrote:
    > > Does Boost have anything for doing a conversion of rate for a data sequence?
    > > E.g. sound sample data from 44100 per second to 50000. I don't expect the
    > > algorithm would be big. I standard algorithm would be useful of course.

    >

    [snip]
    > Also, why would there be a standard algorithm for that? I've never in my
    > whole career needed to convert rate for a sound sample data. I bet most
    > of C++ programmers haven't either. Have you tried specialised sound libs?


    Agreed. That sort of functionality can be found in most any audio or
    signal processing library, but it is not C++ specific and is off topic
    for this forum.

    Cheers! --M
    mlimber, Aug 26, 2005
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  4. "Fraser Ross" wrote:

    > Does Boost have anything for doing a conversion of rate for a data
    > sequence?
    > E.g. sound sample data from 44100 per second to 50000. I don't expect the
    > algorithm would be big. I standard algorithm would be useful of course.
    >

    No.

    But it you write one and it be be versatile enough
    you may contribute it there.

    /Pavel
    Pavel Vozenilek, Aug 26, 2005
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