OpenCORE : AAC OMX decoder : How the calculation is done for bitrate in AAC component

by MMF » Wed, 04 Feb 2009 15:31:30 GMT


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 Hi All,

I want to how the sampling rate calculations are done for AAC decoder in
OpenCore.
When I am running some 3gpp file with AAC, first time the OMX component gets
only 2 bytes and with this there is some logic involved to calculate the
sampling rate.
Can someone please let me know how the sampling rate has been calculated
using these two bytes.

Thanks and regards
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