Converts samples from 8-bit μ-law encoded format to 8-bit A-law encoded format.
Converts samples from 8-bit A-law encoded format to 8-bit μ-law encoded format.
Like other members of Intel® Performance Libraries, Intel Integrated Performance Primitives is a collection of high-performance code that performs domain-specific operations. It is distinguished by providing a low-level, stateless interface.
Based on experience in developing and using Intel Performance Libraries, Intel IPP has the following major distinctive features:
DEPRECATED. Converts LP coefficients to LSP coefficients.
Some Intel IPP Cryptography functions use special structures to store function-specific (context) information. For example, the IppsRijndael128Spec structure stores a set of round keys, a set of round inverse keys, and key management information for the Rijndael cipher scheme with the block size equal to 128.
Two different kinds of context structures are used:
DEPRECATED. Converts LSP coefficients to LP coefficients.