Difference between revisions of "Speex hardware"

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* In order to make life easier for developer, let's also publish on which Symbian based phones speex works  
 
* In order to make life easier for developer, let's also publish on which Symbian based phones speex works  
 
* Here's a list of all Nokia phones / CPU - http://www.nokia-tuning.net/index.php?s=processor
 
* Here's a list of all Nokia phones / CPU - http://www.nokia-tuning.net/index.php?s=processor
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* Here's a list of all S60 phone models - http://www.s60.com/life/s60phones/browseDevices.do
  
 
= Windows Mobile Phones =
 
= Windows Mobile Phones =
  
 
* In order to make life easier for developer, let's also publish on which Pocket PC / Windows Mobile based phones speex works
 
* In order to make life easier for developer, let's also publish on which Pocket PC / Windows Mobile based phones speex works
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* Here's a list of all HTC Windows Mobile and Pocket PC devices with CPU speed - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Tech_Computer_Corporation
  
 
= Links collection of past experience =
 
= Links collection of past experience =
  
 
* In order to make such hardware support task more easier in the beginning let's collect all the links to experience on running speex on specific phones model
 
* In order to make such hardware support task more easier in the beginning let's collect all the links to experience on running speex on specific phones model

Revision as of 01:20, 23 May 2008

Please list any experience/knowledge you've had with Speex on the following hardware, including model, minimum speed required for real-time or other observations. When providing benchmarks, please specify:

  • CPU speed
  • Speex version
  • Sampling rate (narrowband vs wideband)
  • Bit-rate
  • Complexity setting
  • Any other option that isn't the default
  • Compiler (and version)

x86

  • SSE optimisations (intrinsics)

Power

  • No Altivec support yet

ARM

  • Port with gcc inline assembly.

Blackfin

  • Port with gcc inline assembly.

TI C5x

  • Known to run

TI C6x

  • Known to run

Coldfire

  • Used by Rockbox

Trimedia

  • Someone did some optimisations for that but it never got fully merged.

Symbian phones model

Windows Mobile Phones

  • In order to make life easier for developer, let's also publish on which Pocket PC / Windows Mobile based phones speex works

Links collection of past experience

  • In order to make such hardware support task more easier in the beginning let's collect all the links to experience on running speex on specific phones model