MPEG-4 HE-AAC v2 decoder (with DAB and DRM support) is the combination of Advanced Audio Coding (AAC), Spectral Band Replication (SBR) and Parametric Stereo (PS), standardized as the High-Efficiency v2 profile in MPEG-4 (HE AAC v2). The MPEG-4 HE-AAC v2 (with DAB and DRM support) is backward compatible with AAC-LC.
This version of the HE-ACC v2 decoder implements the baseline version of the PS tool. For streams not containing Parametric Stereo data, this decoder uses the High Quality (HQ) SBR tool. It also supports the ETSI DAB standard, which specifies a Digital Audio Broadcasting system requiring a HE-AAC v2 decoder that can handle 960 samples per frame within the core AAC-LC codec, and implementation of error concealment to handle corrupted audio frames. In addition, this decoder provides optional processing of Dynamic Range Control (DRC) to make use of any DRC information signalled in the bitstream. The library can also be configured to decode AAC-LC input streams as such that resource usage is optimal.
|Application Configuration||Code memory (KB)||Data RAM (KB)||Constant Data Tables (KB)||MIPS Average|
|HEAAC V2 DAB||105.34||181.52||59.56||37.86|
|HEAAC V2 DRM||105.34||181.52||59.56||39.13|
|AAC LC (V2 configuration)||105.34||122.24||59.56||17.02|
|AAC LC (LC Only configuration)||105.34||50.0||59.56||16.41|
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