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Subject: RE: some basic dev questions
From: Stuart Martin (Stuart.Martin_at_valtech.co.uk)
Date: 2002-01-02


>From: Linus Nielsen Feltzing
>To: jukebox_at_cool.haxx.se
>Sent: 02/01/02 20:14
>Subject: Re: some basic dev questions
>
>>So does this mean .ogg support is possible?
>
>In theory, yes, but the RAM space on the MP3 chip
>will probably be too small for a .OGG decoder program.

I see that there are still lots of maybes and guesses. nothing wrong with
that - it's half the fun, no? :)

But how would this particular question (ram available to the mp3 chip) be
answered? I seem to remember the decoding chip has been identified, and that
we also have docs. Are we talking on-chip memory? If so, does that memory
come in various multiples? If not, is the amount of ram described in the
docs? If not, can it be measured or otherwise deduced?

Perhaps someone can begin a list of areas of investigation necessary?

wavey
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