The Ogg Vorbis Decoder was designed to be a simple C# OggVorbis decoder wrapper, using InterOp on vorbisfile.dll to read/decode the stream.
Provides 3 main classes:
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Vorbis is an open source ogg audio file format encoded using the Xiph.Org ‘Vorbis Toolkit’. It is designed to provide an open standard for integrated and compatible compression and streaming parsing of ogg files.
It is based on the parsing/decoding work by Tom Waits on his GNU libogg project.
The decoder encoding/decoding are complementary (for example decoding a file with decoding and encoding enabled is like decoding and encoding two times).
The formats and bitrates that Vorbis can compress and decompress are limited to 12kHz and 48kbps respectively. Vorbis is thus rarely used in highly compressed formats.
Vorbis is a good compression format for mobile devices and streaming protocols as it decodes efficiently for 8kbps (or better).
The decoder encodes/decodes streams with the same extensions as the ogg toolkit:
*.ogg or.ogginfo container
*.vqf for lame encoder
The HEADER container is always followed by the other containers. If it isn’t the first container in
the file, it will be a “comment” or “info” container.
This container contains the data to prepare the beginning of the stream. It contains:
* The comment, named ‘vendor’
* The id3v1 tag, named ‘title’
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Ogg Vorbis Decoder Product Key Description: this class is a wrapper to the vorbisfile.dll library of the Windows Media Audio Decoder.
Its implementation in C# is based on Ogg Vorbis Decoder (part of the libsndfile project).
Encoding: if a stream is encoded, its length and number of channels/sample rate are set.
Decoding: when a stream is decoded, a decode chunk is returned.
If no decode chunk is returned, a short initialization error occurred.
Ogg Vorbis Decoder Description
The Ogg Vorbis decoder is located at a fixed address on the disk.
The decoder load a data that will be stored in memory.
The memory address where the data is stored is provided by the Ogg Vorbis decoder.
Memory operations on the data may give false results, since the data is not stored into a real file.
The data stays in memory during the decoding phase.
Encoding: If the parameters of a stream are set, the data is encoded and
‘encoded_stream’ is assigned with that data.
‘pos’ refers to the position in bytes of the data on the file.
‘pos_ret_count’ is the length of the data that will be decoded.
Decoding: The decoding operation returns a VO_PGCODE_END_STREAM.
‘pos_ret_count’ is set with the number of bytes of data already decoded.
Decoding: The decoding operation only decodes data if the Ogg Vorbis decoder is in initialization state.
‘pos_ret_count’ is set to ‘length of data to decode’ when the decoding is initialized.
OS: If a stream is not encoded, ‘decoded_stream’ is returned.
‘os.pos’ refers to the position in bytes of the data on the file.
‘os.pos_ret_count’ is the length of the data that will be decoded.
0: the decode is finished
1: the decode started and the status will be updated when the decode is finished.
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– OggVorbisFileStream, a wrapper around vorbisfile.dll
– OggVorbisEncodedStream, a wrapper around vorbisenc.dll
– OggVorbisMemoryStream, a wrapper around MemoryStream
Ogg Vorbis Decoder Sources and Dependencies:
LibVorbis creates a single in stream OggVorbis decoding class that
contains the three main classes that can be used to decode a vorbis
stream. This library can be used for both streaming and file based
decoding. The file based decoding class is a wrapper around vorbisfile.dll
and is used to read a vorbis file. The streaming class is a wrapper
around vorbisenc.dll and is used to decode the stream generated
by the former. This wrapper is used when an encoded stream is sent
through a socket. If an additional file is needed, use the
When using the FileStream class, the stream is read using the
Stream or FileStream classes provided by the.NET framework.
First, instantiate the OggVorbisEncodedStream (required) or
OggVorbisMemoryStream class. This can either be done at runtime
(once), or at the start of the program, before any reading is
// Or at startup if the stream is buffered
// Or at runtime if the stream is not buffered
Then read the stream from a vorbis file or an encoded stream:
byte buffer = ogg_encoder.Read(file, offset, length);
byte buffer = ogg_encoder.Read(buffer, offset, length);
byte buffer = ogg_encoder.Read(buffer, (int)position, length);
byte buffer = ogg_encoder.Read(offset, length);
buffer = ogg_encoder.Read(offset,
What’s New in the Ogg Vorbis Decoder?
– The Ogg Vorbis bitstream format is an evolving and complex media codec, geared
– towards producing extremely high quality high quality lossy audio.
– Although the Ogg bitstream format is relatively simple to decode, it is not
– trivial to parse the frames of audio from a realtime vorbis stream without
– first making some assumptions about the bitstream organization (eg, for the
– major and minor bitrate frames, the bitrate estimation, sample rate and sample
– The Ogg Vorbis file format is designed to allow the client to hardcode knowledge
– of the data format into a library and use it as an application for any real
– time audio manipulations.
– This decoder is designed to be a simple, high quality, reference decoder
– wrapper for a vorbisfile.dll, incorporating the use of MFC and virtual
– The Ogg Vorbis file format is structured as a series of streams separated
– into packets of data by a series of headers contained in the vorbisfile.dll
– binary data, starting with the ogg_packet structure containing the stream
– The Ogg Vorbis bitstream format incorporates two types of header packets
– containing frames which are independant of one another. The most important
– of these, the major_version and major_sync headers, are used to provide the
– lower level, linear bitstream format the client’s application requires.
– The other type of header packet, the minor_version and minor_edit headers,
– are used to include additional information with the lower level frames.
– The Ogg Vorbis decoder will identify any of these headers, return the
– appropriate stream header and associated data, parse the data of the frame
– as it arrives, apply the appropriate decoder functionalities and return the
– result of the decoding.
– This decoder does not provide any error handling and is not intended to be
– used in any type of production decoder. It is designed as a proof-of-concept
– decoder to allow the client to extract data from a stream and then parse the
– data with the OggVorbisCRCReader and OggVorbisCRCEncoder classes.
– Ogg Vorbis Encoded Stream:
– The Ogg Vorbis
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