rbj at audioimagination.com
Mon Feb 21 14:00:52 EST 2005
i deleted my name from the subject line. i see myself as a participant, not
on 02/21/2005 13:16, Knut-Inge.Hvidsten at ffi.no at Knut-Inge.Hvidsten at ffi.no
> Information is lost. In theory the clipped samples COULD have been any value
> between (max value + 1) and inf. At best what can be gained is masking the
> error by assuming something about the source (or destination).
> clipping points could be identified manually or automatically if some treshold
> is reached (typically full-scale sample), or some combination of both
> (manually enter a "zone" that seems to have one or more clips).
> Assuming that music is usually slowly varying (lp), what about extending the
> value, 1st and 2nd derivate from each end? if they cross at a sharp angle,
> round the top? :-)I have no clue what it will sound like, but I guess that the
> information content lost in a clip usually is low?
extending the low-order derivatives makes sense when the assumption is
"usually slowly varying". that assumption is similar (if not equivalent) to
lacking high-frequency energy. the clipping causes discontinuity for the
first (and higher) derivatives which would introduce high frequency content.
that's what formed the basis of my *guess* for an error metric.
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