Difference between revisions of "Panasonic SD Voice"

From MultimediaWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Add samples)
m (Wikilink and rephase)
Line 3: Line 3:
* Samples: ftp://ffmpeg.org/MPlayer/samples/A-codecs/pvc/
* Samples: ftp://ffmpeg.org/MPlayer/samples/A-codecs/pvc/


The PVC is just a PKZIP file containing a VM1 file and a few others. VM1 is voice format for IC recorder developed by Panasonic. It can contain some codecs:
A PVC file is just a PKZIP file containing a VM1 file and a few others (metadata?). This is the voice format for IC recorder developed by Panasonic. It can contain some codecs:
* adpcm2 (RR-XR320/330, RR-US007/009/520/620)
* adpcm2 (RR-XR320/330, RR-US007/009/520/620)
* monaural TRC (Triple Rate Coder, the same as TrueSpeech?) (RR-US530/630)
* monaural TRC (Triple Rate Coder, the same as [[DSP Group Truespeech|TrueSpeech]]?) (RR-US530/630)
* stereo/monaural TRC (RR-US900/500/090/070/050)
* stereo/monaural TRC (RR-US900/500/090/070/050)
* G.726 (Mobile phone and Video camera)
* G.726 (Mobile phone and Video camera)

Revision as of 12:15, 20 October 2008

A PVC file is just a PKZIP file containing a VM1 file and a few others (metadata?). This is the voice format for IC recorder developed by Panasonic. It can contain some codecs:

  • adpcm2 (RR-XR320/330, RR-US007/009/520/620)
  • monaural TRC (Triple Rate Coder, the same as TrueSpeech?) (RR-US530/630)
  • stereo/monaural TRC (RR-US900/500/090/070/050)
  • G.726 (Mobile phone and Video camera)