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Re: audioread function

From: Nicanor García
Subject: Re: audioread function
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2016 09:37:12 -0500

Hello, thanks for your help Mike, your suggestion worked perfectly.

Now the problem I face is that I need to open some audio files encoded with Opus codec (an open-source audio codec that is intended to be the new standard by the IETF), does anyone know if this is possible with Octave?

Thank you very much.

Nicanor G.

On Sat, Mar 19, 2016 at 9:21 PM, Mike Miller <address@hidden> wrote:
On Sat, Mar 19, 2016 at 18:09:29 -0500, Nicanor García wrote:
> Hello dear Octave users,
> I'm trying to use the audioread function in Octave to read ogg files, but
> Octave is returning "undefined" error when I try to use it.
> I'm not sure what package should I install.
> I have Octave v3.8.2 and the octave-audio package v1.1.4 (these are the
> default versions installed in Debian).
> Do I need to update to a more recent version or install another package to
> use the audioread function?

The octave-audio package is old and unmaintained, you'd be better off
uninstalling it. To use the audioread function you'll have to use Octave
version 4.0 or newer. For Debian, you can install Octave 4.0 from the
jessie-backports repository.


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