[FFmpeg-user] down sampling

Michael Koch astroelectronic at t-online.de
Sun Dec 30 15:52:20 EET 2018

Am 30.12.2018 um 13:20 schrieb Paul B Mahol:
> On 12/30/18, Michael Koch <astroelectronic at t-online.de> wrote:
>> Am 28.12.2018 um 11:46 schrieb Paul B Mahol:
>>> One can now use afftfilt to shift frequencies around in frequency domain.
>>> It should be easier than using amultiply filter.
>> c:\ffmpeg\ffmpeg -f dshow -channels 2 -i audio="Mikrofon (Realtek High
>> Definiti" -af
>> volume=30,afftfilt='real=real(b+300,ch)':'imag=imag(b+300,ch)' -f nut -
>> | c:\\ffmpeg\ffplay -
>> I've just tested this and it works fine. There is no error message when
>> (b+300) becomes larger than the available number of bins. How does
>> afftfilt handle this case?
>> Does real(too_large_number,ch) return zero?
> No, it clips and return value in max bin.
> If you want explicit zero you will need to change your expression.

yes, zero is better than using the value in the max bin. Here is the 
(Windows) batch file for live ultrasonic conversion:

set "SR=44100"   :: Sample Rate
set "F=4000"     :: Subtracted Frequency
set "VOL=30"     :: Volume Factor
set /a "N=4096*%F%/%SR%"   :: N = 4096 * F / SR

c:\ffmpeg\ffmpeg -f dshow -channels 2 -i audio="Mikrofon (Realtek High 
Definiti" -af 
-f nut - | c:\ffmpeg\ffplay -


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