I am working with DM8168, RDK 02.00.xx.xx.I would like to use the DSP for xDM compliant audio codecs.
Is is possible ? is there any example how to do that ?why by the way, the audio codec (g.711) is done in A8 and not in DSP ?
Please, can someone reply my post ?
OK, I've been talking with TI's local representative, and there is some simple way to achieve this.I wanted to share this possibilities with other friends in the forum: It might be possible to use codec engine in dsp and arm. In this way we can use any codec for example from ezsdk.I think this forum will be much more helpful if any member - not only TI's employee, can send questions, answers and ideas. Not only when working with ezsdk, but especially when working with packages like RDK which is less used. It is so important on such cases to share this community, and talk with other RDK's developers, to share ideas and thoughts. As someone who find a big challenge working with RDK from several perspectives, I hope that TI understand the necessaries of this community in general and RDK's community in particular to be alive with people and engineering from different projects sharing ideas and thoughts with each other. thank you very much!ran eliya
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