The Speex codec command line tools
Speex is an audio codec especially designed for compressing voice at low
bit-rates for applications such as voice over IP (VoIP). In some senses,
it is meant to be complementary to the Vorbis codec which places a greater
emphasis on high-quality music reproduction.
This package contains the encoder and decoder command-line applications.
See INSTALL file for instruction on how to install Speex.
The Speex is a patent-free, Open Source/Free Software voice codec. Unlike other codecs like MP3 and Ogg Vorbis, Speex is designed to compress voice at bitrates in the 2-45 kbps range. Possible applications include VoIP, internet audio streaming, archiving of speech data (e.g. voice mail), and audio books. In some sense, it is meant to be c
2002/02/13: Creation of the "Speex" project
SPEEXDEC(1) User Commands SPEEXDEC(1)
speexdec - The reference implementation speex decoder.
speexdec [options] input_file.spx [output_file]
Decodes a Speex file and produce a WAV file or raw file
input_file can be:
regular Speex file
output_file can be:
SPEEXENC(1) User Commands SPEEXENC(1)
speexenc - The r
speex (1.2~rc1-7) unstable; urgency=low
* Minimal set of resampler RC fixes targeted for Wheezy.
- Make documentation match the actual code (especially jitter buffer, AEC and
Jean-Marc Valin <email@example.com>
All the code except the following
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on Tue, 16 Jul 2002 10
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