Compressed audio decoding using PyMedia
Decodes compressed audio data sent to its "inbox" inbox and outputs the raw audio data from its "outbox" outbox. Decoding done using the PyMedia library.
Playing a MP3 file, known to be 128bkps, 44100Hz 16bit stereo:
Pipeline( RateControlledFileReader("my.mp3", readmode="bytes", rate=128*1024/8), Decoder("mp3"), Output(44100, 2, "S16_LE"), ).run()
Set up Decoder by specifying the filetype/codec to the initializer. What codecs are supported depends on your PyMedia installation.
Send raw binary data strings containing the compressed audio data to the "inbox" inbox, and raw binary data strings containing the uncompressed raw audio data will be sent out of the "outbox" outbox.
This component will terminate if a shutdownMicroprocess or producerFinished message is sent to the "control" inbox. The message will be forwarded on out of the "signal" outbox just before termination.
Decoder(fileExtension) -> new pymedia Audio Decoder.
Send raw data from a compressed audio file (which had the specified extension) to the "inbox" inbox, and decompressed blocks of raw audio data are emitted from the "outbox" outbox.
Methods defined here
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