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AAC encoder Test vectors (pcm files), [TOS #6: moved from General Audio]
Mohamed_Forums
post Jul 26 2012, 12:08
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Please let me know any link for downloading aac encoder test vectors (PCM files) .
I mean SQAM test files.
Also I need peaq tool for comparison, please let me know if any have idea about this link.
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post Jul 26 2012, 18:46
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http://tech.ebu.ch/publications/sqamcd

Google -> PQEvalAudio
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post Jul 27 2012, 12:49
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QUOTE (Garf @ Jul 26 2012, 23:16) *


Hi Graf,

Thanks for the reply and test files .
I can get only 44.1Khz sampling frequency test files for the location, I think I can sox and convert for different sampling frequency ??

As you mentioned about the peaq tool and ODG google for "PQEvalAudio" , I did it , then I got the PQevalAudio.exe tool , which support only for 48K sampling frequency.
Please see the error message in below,
PQevalAudio: Invalid sampling frequency, must be 48000

Could you please help me the proper test vectors we use for aac encoder testing,
for example,

1.wav (SQAM test files ) --- >> my aacEncoder --->> 1.aac --- > faad ---> 1'.wav

do peaq.exe 1.wav (input) 1'.wav (faad output)

compare ODG result

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I need the following details :

1- where I can get input test vectors for my aac encoder (I mean SQAM test files)
2- peaq.exe tool for compare
3- result compare by using ODG table or something else.

Thanks,
MJ
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post Jul 27 2012, 13:34
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You can resample 44.1kHz->48kHz with sox indeed.
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post Jul 28 2012, 04:52
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QUOTE (Garf @ Jul 27 2012, 18:04) *
You can resample 44.1kHz->48kHz with sox indeed.


Thanks Graf,

Can you help me for the peaq.exe tool and ODG ?
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