M.Santhoff at t-online.de
Fri Jan 28 18:33:29 CET 2005
Am Fr, den 28.01.2005 schrieb Christophe Fantoni um 17:28:
> Hello Mark,
> In fact, my project is an hardware decoder, based on PC architecture for the
> moment (with motherboard and power fanless). I have created my own audio
> format with lossless compression (3:1) and I would like to build an hardware
> decoder to connect him between my DVD player and my amplifier. I use the CD
> Audio structure, like CD-AC3 or CD-DTS, but with my own format in each track
> and not with the PCM structure. I can only use digital input and output to
> detect and decode my own audio stream, or maybe to detect and bypass audio
> stream like MPEG-2 multichannel, AC3 or DTS. I can build easilly hardware
> A/D converter or D/A converter. Maybe, if I mix my two channels in the right
> channel, "format" my stream in SPDIF structure, and installing an hardware
> A/D converter after the analog right output, do you you think I can
> virtually transform the analog right output in pseudo-SPDIF output ?
I'm using a soldering iron somtimes, but I'm not that deep into making
sound chips work.
Best would be to dig into some Linux source or the like to get the idea
how this stuff is working.
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