OGG Vorbis Multi Channel Decoder
Vorbis is a perceptual audio codec which gives encoder to scale the complexity and support wide rage of bit rate. Vorbis is based on Modified Discrete Cosie Transform. Vorbis decoder is computationally simpler as compared to other audio codecs, but require more working memory as Vorbis does not have any static probability model.
Salient Features
  • Fully Complaint with Vorbis specification (Vorbis I).
  • Supports Stereo and Multichannel up to 7.1 channels
  • Supports Floor 0 and Floor 1
  • Sampling rates: 8 to 192 khz
  • Bit rates: Supports all the bit rates
  • Built in Error handling to take care of corrupted bit-streams. Tested for various types of corrupted bit-streams.
  • Low Mhz and memory foot print
  • Supports OGG file parsing
  • Re-sync support for fast forward/rewind
  • Multi instance and re-entrant implementation
  • XDM API support for TI processors
  • API supports push model type
  • Automotive Infotainment
  • Portable audio players
  • Mobile phones
  • Gaming consoles
  • Broadcast audio
  • TI
    • TMS320C67x, TMS320C66x
  • ARM
    • ARM9em ARM11, Cortex A8

Case studies

Developing an Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter

Designing an Asynchronous Sample Rate converter that offers high THD and low ripple across a range of frequencies is no mean achievement. We not only designed the ASRC but implemented it with low MHz on a fixed point processor.

Video codecs on a multi-core highly-parallel custom core

We worked with SiliconHive (now part of Intel) to develop High Definition video codecs that are designed to run optimally on a multi-core environment. Our contribution also included efficient coding for a VLIW core and algorithmic innovations to address memory bandwidth constraints.


Android Auto projection on Telechip TCC8930 running WinCE 7.0
RACE Media & Connectivity IVI suite