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and subject line AMR-NB is now supported in 0.6
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regarding ffmpeg: does not support AMR codec
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Package: ffmpeg
Severity: wishlist

ffmpeg can be configured with support for the AMR codec created by
3GPP and commonly used for recording audio on mobile phones.  It would
be very useful to be able to transcode such recordings.

The source code that ffmpeg can use to support AMR is available from
3GPP, but the general licence used by 3GPP does not permit source
redistribution (i.e. it is not DFSG-free).  However, they do appear to
be open to requests for broader licences
<> and it might be worth
requesting permission to distribute this source.  debian-legal might
be of help in formulating such a request.


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Version: 4:0.6-1

The version 0.6 seems to have a native AMR narrowband decoder included.
For the wideband variant, the opencore libraries would be necessary, but
this should probably be discussed in a seperate bug.

Reinhard Tartler, KeyID 945348A4

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