FS#6247 - Support for my new open-source format
Opened by michael (djtrancendance) - Thursday, 26 October 2006, 18:21 GMT
Last edited by Jonathan Gordon (jdgordon) - Thursday, 02 August 2007, 12:25 GMT
I have a new format called DOT100 that compresses music by taking out what sounds bad harmonically instead of what's over the ATH. It currently acheives a 1/42 (AAC-plus 32kbps-like) compression ratio, yet it's getting better constantly and 1/84 ratio in the final version doesn't seem unreasonable. It might be very useful for people who want AAC-plus-like compression performance without the SBR processor load or proprietary format nature.
The encoder & decoder C code for the DOT100 format is under 1000 lines total (much simpler than mp3 or ogg) and I'm pretty sure your devlopment team would have no problem snapping it into Rockbox if it sounds good to you.
I have the complete source code available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/tdsound/. Please let me know what you think and, if it goes through ok, let me know what I can do to develop the code to make it easier to integrate into Rockbox.
Best Regards, Michael
Thursday, 02 August 2007, 12:25 GMT
Reason for closing: Out of Date
Additional comments about closing: Closing all feature requests.