Bcg729 is an opensource implementation of both encoder and decoder of the ITU G729 Annex A/B speech codec.
The library written in C 99 is fully portable and can be executed on many platforms including both ARM and x86 processors. libbcg729 supports concurrent channels encoding/decoding for multi call application such as conferencing.
For more information, please visit bcg729's homepage on linphone.org.
Copyright 2012-2019 Belledonne Communications SARL.
bcg729 is dual licensed. It can be licensed and distributed:
- Under a GNU GPLv3 license, for free (open source)
- Under a proprietary license, for use in closed source applications.
ITU G729 Annex A/B were offically released October/November 1996 (https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-G.729), hence all patents covering these specifications shall have expired in November 2016. Patent pool administrator confirmed most licensed patents under the G.729 Consortium have expired (http://www.sipro.com/G729.html).
No dependency is requested.
Building by Autotools way is deprecated. Use CMake to configure the source code.
cmake . -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<prefix> -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=<search_prefixes> make make install
Supported build options
CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<string>: install prefix
CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=<string>: column-separated list of prefixes where to look for dependencies
ENABLE_SHARED=NO: do not build the shared library
ENABLE_STATIC=NO: do not build the static library
ENABLE_TESTS=NO: do not build non-regression tests
Note for packagers
Our CMake scripts may automatically add some paths into research paths of generated binaries.
To ensure that the installed binaries are striped of any rpath, use
while you invoke cmake.
Tests are defined for each functional bloc (more or less matching a source file) and for global encoding/decoding
-DENABLE_TESTS=YESto compile with tests To run all tests available in the test directory, run testCampaignAll from test directory
Input tests pattern have been generated by ITU code using ITU tests patterns. The test patterns are not part of this repository but can be downloaded here. However, the first run of
make checkwill get them for you.
To run partial test, use perl executable
testCampaignin the test directory.
./testCampaign <functional bloc name>You must first download the tests patterns using
make checkor manually