For examples and more explanations, see the module level docs.
VorbisDecode() -> new VorbisDecoder
A Vorbis decoder accepts data on its inbox "inbox", as would be read from an ogg vorbis file, decodes it and sends on the decompressed data on out of its outbox "outbox". It doesn't provide any further information at this stage, such as bitrate, or any other frills.
Requires libvorbissimple and python bindings (see kamaelia downloads)
A simple player:
Pipeline( ReadFileAdaptor("somefile.ogg"), VorbisDecode(), AOAudioPlaybackAdaptor(), ).run()
This component expects to recieve OGG VORBIS data as you would get from a .ogg file containing vorbis data. (rather than raw vorbis data)
Methods defined here
x.__init__(...) initializes x; see x.__class__.__doc__ for signature
This contains no user serviceable parts :-)
Theory of operation is simple. It simply repeatedly asks the decoder object for audio. That decoded audio is sent to the component's outbox. If the decoder object responds with RETRY, the component retries. If the decoder object responds with NEEDDATA, the component waits for data on any inbox until some is available (from an inbox)
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