[FFmpeg-devel] Invalid block align in wmav2 encoder
Wed Aug 6 21:38:14 CEST 2008
On Tue, Aug 05, 2008 at 03:24:08PM -0700, Sebastien Cote wrote:
> I am encoding using FFMPEG's wmav2 audio codec and I think there is an error when calculating the block align value.
> In wmaenc.c the block align is defined as:
> avctx->block_align= s->block_align= avctx->bit_rate*(int64_t)s->frame_len / (avctx->sample_rate*8);
> If the sampling rate is 44100 and I am encoding at 64kbps, I get 64000*2048 / (44100 * 8) = 371.5
> Shouldn't this value be rounded up to the nearest integer instead of being rounded down?
why do you think so?
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