[fpc-pascal] Array as result in function.
fiens at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 21 21:03:38 CET 2017
And this one ?
op_read: function(OpusFile: TOggOpusFile; pcm : pcint; SampleCount: Integer;
li: pcint): Integer;
op_read_float: function(OpusFile: TOggOpusFile; pcm : pcfloat; SampleCount:
Integer; li: pcint): Integer;
op_read_stereo: function(OpusFile: TOggOpusFile; pcm : pcint; SampleCount:
op_read_float_stereo: function(OpusFile: TOggOpusFile; pcm : pcfloat;
SampleCount: Integer): Integer;
PS: I agree with you : op_read needs a pcm=pcint.
Is it a big crime to use pcm=pcfloat ?
This because I want to use the same main buffer for all formats (16int,
32int and float 32).
And because it is working perfectly.
But, yes, maybe using a int-temp-buffer and then copy its data to the main
float-buffer would be more academic.
On Linux, LibOpus.so and LibOpusFile.so home-compiled are working like
Sadly, on Windows, using the pre-compiled dll downloaded from Opus-site, I
have problem with OpusFile.dll.
I have checked the dependencies, they are installed.
Opus.dll loads and all methods can be accessed.
But with OpusFile.dll, it loads but trying to access any method gives:
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x74728ff0 in strlen () from C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\msvcrt.dll
Aaargh, Google did not help.
Many thanks ;-)
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