Saturday, March 20, 2010

Skype Published Source Audio Encoding SILK

Skype has announced that it had published the source code for encoding audio SILK own which is used in the program (Skype to chat). According to the Declaration that the audio codec Silk was the result of three years of development, which has a high potential of improvement and the pressure to be used in communications, even under weak communications infrastructure. It also uses the amount of 50% less data to be transferred over the network compared with the previous encodings.

Encoding Silk authorized use it only for non-commercial purposes is directed to the internal tests and the pilot only. Companies that wish to use them commercially would require a license application for the use of Skype.
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