[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH v2 1/3] [GSoC] [AAC] aaccoder: Implement Perceptual Noise Substitution
atomnuker at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 21:52:37 CEST 2015
Uhh, can't replicate bug here (freshly built ffmpeg, just applied this
patch only), (md5 for file = 473edd68b91123c3a9c1825271012357). tried other
files and they encode and play fine. Spectrum also looks fine. I also
tested other random files out of the samples and they all seem file.
Know of any other problematic files?
On 14 April 2015 at 16:51, Claudio Freire <klaussfreire at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 8:33 PM, Rostislav Pehlivanov
> <atomnuker at gmail.com> wrote:
> > This commit implements the perceptual noise substitution AAC extension.
> This is a proof of concept implementation, and as such, is not enabled by
> default. This is the second revision of this patch, made after some
> discussion via non-public email due to a mistake. Any changes made since
> the first revision have been indicated.
> > In order to extend the encoder to use an additional codebook, the array
> holding each codebook has been modified with two additional entries - 13
> for the NOISE_BT codebook and 12 which has a placeholder function. The cost
> system was modified to skip the 12th entry using an array to map the input
> and outputs it has. It also does not accept using the 13th codebook for any
> band which is not marked as containing noise, thereby restricting its
> ability to arbitrarily choose it for bands. The use of arrays allows the
> system to be easily extended to allow for intensity stereo encoding, which
> uses additional codebooks.
> > The 12th entry in the codebook function array points to a function which
> stops the execution of the program by calling an assert with an always
> 'false' argument. After a discussion, it was pointed out in an email
> discussion with Claudio Freire that having a 'NULL' entry can result in
> unexpected behaviour and could be used as a security hole. There is no
> danger of this function being called during encoding due to the codebook
> maps introduced.
> > Another change from version 1 of the patch is the addition of an
> argument to the encoder, '-aac_pns' to enable and disable the PNS. This
> currently defaults to disable the PNS, as it is experimental. The switch
> will be removed in the future, when the algorithm to select noise bands has
> been improved. The current algorithm simply compares the energy to the
> threshold (multiplied by a constant) to determine noise, however the
> FFPsyBand structure contains other useful figures to determine which bands
> carry noise more accurately.
> > Finally, the way energy values are converted to scalefactor indices has
> changed since the first commit, as per the suggestion of Claudio Freire.
> This may still have some drawbacks, but unlike the first commit it works
> without having redundant offsets and outputs what the decoder expects to
> have, in terms of the ranges of the scalefactor indices.
> > Some spectral comparisons: https://0x0.st/T7.png (original),
> https://0x0.st/Th.png (encoded without PNS), https://0x0.st/A1.png
> (encoded with PNS, const = 1.2), https://0x0.st/Aj.png (spectral
> difference). The constant is the value which multiplies the threshold when
> it gets compared to the energy, larger values means more noise will be
> substituded by PNS values. Example when const = 2.2: https://0x0.st/Ae.png
> > Comments, tips, feedback and criticism are welcome.
> This commandline:
> /home/claudiofreire/src/ffmpeg/ffmpeg -i
> -strict -2 -c:a aac -b:a 48k -cutoff 22050 -f adts -aac_pns 1 -y
> Assertion diff >= 0 && diff <= 120 failed at libavcodec/aacenc.c:398
> This will probably relate to the fact that noise scalefactors need to
> be clamped to a range of SCALE_MAX_DIFF (though independently of
> regular scalefactors).
> I would suggest that, at the end of twoloop, you measure the minimum
> noise scalefactor, and clamp in the range minscaler to
> You can get the ffsamples folder by configuring with
> --samples=/home/claudiofreire/tmp/audiosamples/ffsamples (or whatever
> path works for you), and then make fate-rsync
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