media/libspeex_resampler/src/resample.c
author Karl Tomlinson <karlt+@karlt.net>
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 16:58:45 +1200
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/* Copyright (C) 2007-2008 Jean-Marc Valin
   Copyright (C) 2008      Thorvald Natvig
      
   File: resample.c
   Arbitrary resampling code

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*/

/*
   The design goals of this code are:
      - Very fast algorithm
      - SIMD-friendly algorithm
      - Low memory requirement
      - Good *perceptual* quality (and not best SNR)

   Warning: This resampler is relatively new. Although I think I got rid of 
   all the major bugs and I don't expect the API to change anymore, there
   may be something I've missed. So use with caution.

   This algorithm is based on this original resampling algorithm:
   Smith, Julius O. Digital Audio Resampling Home Page
   Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), 
   Stanford University, 2007.
   Web published at http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/~jos/resample/.

   There is one main difference, though. This resampler uses cubic 
   interpolation instead of linear interpolation in the above paper. This
   makes the table much smaller and makes it possible to compute that table
   on a per-stream basis. In turn, being able to tweak the table for each 
   stream makes it possible to both reduce complexity on simple ratios 
   (e.g. 2/3), and get rid of the rounding operations in the inner loop. 
   The latter both reduces CPU time and makes the algorithm more SIMD-friendly.
*/

#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include "config.h"
#endif

#ifdef OUTSIDE_SPEEX
#include <stdlib.h>
static void *speex_alloc (int size) {return calloc(size,1);}
static void *speex_realloc (void *ptr, int size) {return realloc(ptr, size);}
static void speex_free (void *ptr) {free(ptr);}
#include "speex_resampler.h"
#include "arch.h"
#else /* OUTSIDE_SPEEX */

#include "speex/speex_resampler.h"
#include "arch.h"
#include "os_support.h"
#endif /* OUTSIDE_SPEEX */

#include "stack_alloc.h"
#include <math.h>

#ifndef M_PI
#define M_PI 3.14159265358979323846
#endif

#ifdef FIXED_POINT
#define WORD2INT(x) ((x) < -32767 ? -32768 : ((x) > 32766 ? 32767 : (x)))  
#else
#define WORD2INT(x) ((x) < -32767.5f ? -32768 : ((x) > 32766.5f ? 32767 : floor(.5+(x))))  
#endif
               
#define IMAX(a,b) ((a) > (b) ? (a) : (b))
#define IMIN(a,b) ((a) < (b) ? (a) : (b))

#ifndef NULL
#define NULL 0
#endif

#include "sse_detect.h"

/* We compile SSE code on x86 all the time, but we only use it if we find at
 * runtime that the CPU supports it. */
#ifdef _USE_SSE
#ifdef _MSC_VER
#define inline __inline
#endif
#include "resample_sse.h"
#ifdef _MSC_VER
#undef inline
#endif
#endif

#ifdef _USE_NEON
#include "resample_neon.h"
#endif

/* Numer of elements to allocate on the stack */
#ifdef VAR_ARRAYS
#define FIXED_STACK_ALLOC 8192
#else
#define FIXED_STACK_ALLOC 1024
#endif

typedef int (*resampler_basic_func)(SpeexResamplerState *, spx_uint32_t , const spx_word16_t *, spx_uint32_t *, spx_word16_t *, spx_uint32_t *);

struct SpeexResamplerState_ {
   spx_uint32_t in_rate;
   spx_uint32_t out_rate;
   spx_uint32_t num_rate;
   spx_uint32_t den_rate;
   
   int    quality;
   spx_uint32_t nb_channels;
   spx_uint32_t filt_len;
   spx_uint32_t mem_alloc_size;
   spx_uint32_t buffer_size;
   int          int_advance;
   int          frac_advance;
   float  cutoff;
   spx_uint32_t oversample;
   int          initialised;
   int          started;
   
   /* These are per-channel */
   spx_int32_t  *last_sample;
   spx_uint32_t *samp_frac_num;
   spx_uint32_t *magic_samples;
   
   spx_word16_t *mem;
   spx_word16_t *sinc_table;
   spx_uint32_t sinc_table_length;
   resampler_basic_func resampler_ptr;
         
   int    in_stride;
   int    out_stride;
} ;

static double kaiser12_table[68] = {
   0.99859849, 1.00000000, 0.99859849, 0.99440475, 0.98745105, 0.97779076,
   0.96549770, 0.95066529, 0.93340547, 0.91384741, 0.89213598, 0.86843014,
   0.84290116, 0.81573067, 0.78710866, 0.75723148, 0.72629970, 0.69451601,
   0.66208321, 0.62920216, 0.59606986, 0.56287762, 0.52980938, 0.49704014,
   0.46473455, 0.43304576, 0.40211431, 0.37206735, 0.34301800, 0.31506490,
   0.28829195, 0.26276832, 0.23854851, 0.21567274, 0.19416736, 0.17404546,
   0.15530766, 0.13794294, 0.12192957, 0.10723616, 0.09382272, 0.08164178,
   0.07063950, 0.06075685, 0.05193064, 0.04409466, 0.03718069, 0.03111947,
   0.02584161, 0.02127838, 0.01736250, 0.01402878, 0.01121463, 0.00886058,
   0.00691064, 0.00531256, 0.00401805, 0.00298291, 0.00216702, 0.00153438,
   0.00105297, 0.00069463, 0.00043489, 0.00025272, 0.00013031, 0.0000527734,
   0.00001000, 0.00000000};
/*
static double kaiser12_table[36] = {
   0.99440475, 1.00000000, 0.99440475, 0.97779076, 0.95066529, 0.91384741,
   0.86843014, 0.81573067, 0.75723148, 0.69451601, 0.62920216, 0.56287762,
   0.49704014, 0.43304576, 0.37206735, 0.31506490, 0.26276832, 0.21567274,
   0.17404546, 0.13794294, 0.10723616, 0.08164178, 0.06075685, 0.04409466,
   0.03111947, 0.02127838, 0.01402878, 0.00886058, 0.00531256, 0.00298291,
   0.00153438, 0.00069463, 0.00025272, 0.0000527734, 0.00000500, 0.00000000};
*/
static double kaiser10_table[36] = {
   0.99537781, 1.00000000, 0.99537781, 0.98162644, 0.95908712, 0.92831446,
   0.89005583, 0.84522401, 0.79486424, 0.74011713, 0.68217934, 0.62226347,
   0.56155915, 0.50119680, 0.44221549, 0.38553619, 0.33194107, 0.28205962,
   0.23636152, 0.19515633, 0.15859932, 0.12670280, 0.09935205, 0.07632451,
   0.05731132, 0.04193980, 0.02979584, 0.02044510, 0.01345224, 0.00839739,
   0.00488951, 0.00257636, 0.00115101, 0.00035515, 0.00000000, 0.00000000};

static double kaiser8_table[36] = {
   0.99635258, 1.00000000, 0.99635258, 0.98548012, 0.96759014, 0.94302200,
   0.91223751, 0.87580811, 0.83439927, 0.78875245, 0.73966538, 0.68797126,
   0.63451750, 0.58014482, 0.52566725, 0.47185369, 0.41941150, 0.36897272,
   0.32108304, 0.27619388, 0.23465776, 0.19672670, 0.16255380, 0.13219758,
   0.10562887, 0.08273982, 0.06335451, 0.04724088, 0.03412321, 0.02369490,
   0.01563093, 0.00959968, 0.00527363, 0.00233883, 0.00050000, 0.00000000};
   
static double kaiser6_table[36] = {
   0.99733006, 1.00000000, 0.99733006, 0.98935595, 0.97618418, 0.95799003,
   0.93501423, 0.90755855, 0.87598009, 0.84068475, 0.80211977, 0.76076565,
   0.71712752, 0.67172623, 0.62508937, 0.57774224, 0.53019925, 0.48295561,
   0.43647969, 0.39120616, 0.34752997, 0.30580127, 0.26632152, 0.22934058,
   0.19505503, 0.16360756, 0.13508755, 0.10953262, 0.08693120, 0.06722600,
   0.05031820, 0.03607231, 0.02432151, 0.01487334, 0.00752000, 0.00000000};

struct FuncDef {
   double *table;
   int oversample;
};
      
static struct FuncDef _KAISER12 = {kaiser12_table, 64};
#define KAISER12 (&_KAISER12)
/*static struct FuncDef _KAISER12 = {kaiser12_table, 32};
#define KAISER12 (&_KAISER12)*/
static struct FuncDef _KAISER10 = {kaiser10_table, 32};
#define KAISER10 (&_KAISER10)
static struct FuncDef _KAISER8 = {kaiser8_table, 32};
#define KAISER8 (&_KAISER8)
static struct FuncDef _KAISER6 = {kaiser6_table, 32};
#define KAISER6 (&_KAISER6)

struct QualityMapping {
   int base_length;
   int oversample;
   float downsample_bandwidth;
   float upsample_bandwidth;
   struct FuncDef *window_func;
};


/* This table maps conversion quality to internal parameters. There are two
   reasons that explain why the up-sampling bandwidth is larger than the 
   down-sampling bandwidth:
   1) When up-sampling, we can assume that the spectrum is already attenuated
      close to the Nyquist rate (from an A/D or a previous resampling filter)
   2) Any aliasing that occurs very close to the Nyquist rate will be masked
      by the sinusoids/noise just below the Nyquist rate (guaranteed only for
      up-sampling).
*/
static const struct QualityMapping quality_map[11] = {
   {  8,  4, 0.830f, 0.860f, KAISER6 }, /* Q0 */
   { 16,  4, 0.850f, 0.880f, KAISER6 }, /* Q1 */
   { 32,  4, 0.882f, 0.910f, KAISER6 }, /* Q2 */  /* 82.3% cutoff ( ~60 dB stop) 6  */
   { 48,  8, 0.895f, 0.917f, KAISER8 }, /* Q3 */  /* 84.9% cutoff ( ~80 dB stop) 8  */
   { 64,  8, 0.921f, 0.940f, KAISER8 }, /* Q4 */  /* 88.7% cutoff ( ~80 dB stop) 8  */
   { 80, 16, 0.922f, 0.940f, KAISER10}, /* Q5 */  /* 89.1% cutoff (~100 dB stop) 10 */
   { 96, 16, 0.940f, 0.945f, KAISER10}, /* Q6 */  /* 91.5% cutoff (~100 dB stop) 10 */
   {128, 16, 0.950f, 0.950f, KAISER10}, /* Q7 */  /* 93.1% cutoff (~100 dB stop) 10 */
   {160, 16, 0.960f, 0.960f, KAISER10}, /* Q8 */  /* 94.5% cutoff (~100 dB stop) 10 */
   {192, 32, 0.968f, 0.968f, KAISER12}, /* Q9 */  /* 95.5% cutoff (~100 dB stop) 10 */
   {256, 32, 0.975f, 0.975f, KAISER12}, /* Q10 */ /* 96.6% cutoff (~100 dB stop) 10 */
};
/*8,24,40,56,80,104,128,160,200,256,320*/
static double compute_func(float x, struct FuncDef *func)
{
   float y, frac;
   double interp[4];
   int ind; 
   y = x*func->oversample;
   ind = (int)floor(y);
   frac = (y-ind);
   /* CSE with handle the repeated powers */
   interp[3] =  -0.1666666667*frac + 0.1666666667*(frac*frac*frac);
   interp[2] = frac + 0.5*(frac*frac) - 0.5*(frac*frac*frac);
   /*interp[2] = 1.f - 0.5f*frac - frac*frac + 0.5f*frac*frac*frac;*/
   interp[0] = -0.3333333333*frac + 0.5*(frac*frac) - 0.1666666667*(frac*frac*frac);
   /* Just to make sure we don't have rounding problems */
   interp[1] = 1.f-interp[3]-interp[2]-interp[0];
   
   /*sum = frac*accum[1] + (1-frac)*accum[2];*/
   return interp[0]*func->table[ind] + interp[1]*func->table[ind+1] + interp[2]*func->table[ind+2] + interp[3]*func->table[ind+3];
}

#if 0
#include <stdio.h>
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
   int i;
   for (i=0;i<256;i++)
   {
      printf ("%f\n", compute_func(i/256., KAISER12));
   }
   return 0;
}
#endif

#ifdef FIXED_POINT
/* The slow way of computing a sinc for the table. Should improve that some day */
static spx_word16_t sinc(float cutoff, float x, int N, struct FuncDef *window_func)
{
   /*fprintf (stderr, "%f ", x);*/
   float xx = x * cutoff;
   if (fabs(x)<1e-6f)
      return WORD2INT(32768.*cutoff);
   else if (fabs(x) > .5f*N)
      return 0;
   /*FIXME: Can it really be any slower than this? */
   return WORD2INT(32768.*cutoff*sin(M_PI*xx)/(M_PI*xx) * compute_func(fabs(2.*x/N), window_func));
}
#else
/* The slow way of computing a sinc for the table. Should improve that some day */
static spx_word16_t sinc(float cutoff, float x, int N, struct FuncDef *window_func)
{
   /*fprintf (stderr, "%f ", x);*/
   float xx = x * cutoff;
   if (fabs(x)<1e-6)
      return cutoff;
   else if (fabs(x) > .5*N)
      return 0;
   /*FIXME: Can it really be any slower than this? */
   return cutoff*sin(M_PI*xx)/(M_PI*xx) * compute_func(fabs(2.*x/N), window_func);
}
#endif

#ifdef FIXED_POINT
static void cubic_coef(spx_word16_t x, spx_word16_t interp[4])
{
   /* Compute interpolation coefficients. I'm not sure whether this corresponds to cubic interpolation
   but I know it's MMSE-optimal on a sinc */
   spx_word16_t x2, x3;
   x2 = MULT16_16_P15(x, x);
   x3 = MULT16_16_P15(x, x2);
   interp[0] = PSHR32(MULT16_16(QCONST16(-0.16667f, 15),x) + MULT16_16(QCONST16(0.16667f, 15),x3),15);
   interp[1] = EXTRACT16(EXTEND32(x) + SHR32(SUB32(EXTEND32(x2),EXTEND32(x3)),1));
   interp[3] = PSHR32(MULT16_16(QCONST16(-0.33333f, 15),x) + MULT16_16(QCONST16(.5f,15),x2) - MULT16_16(QCONST16(0.16667f, 15),x3),15);
   /* Just to make sure we don't have rounding problems */
   interp[2] = Q15_ONE-interp[0]-interp[1]-interp[3];
   if (interp[2]<32767)
      interp[2]+=1;
}
#else
static void cubic_coef(spx_word16_t frac, spx_word16_t interp[4])
{
   /* Compute interpolation coefficients. I'm not sure whether this corresponds to cubic interpolation
   but I know it's MMSE-optimal on a sinc */
   interp[0] =  -0.16667f*frac + 0.16667f*frac*frac*frac;
   interp[1] = frac + 0.5f*frac*frac - 0.5f*frac*frac*frac;
   /*interp[2] = 1.f - 0.5f*frac - frac*frac + 0.5f*frac*frac*frac;*/
   interp[3] = -0.33333f*frac + 0.5f*frac*frac - 0.16667f*frac*frac*frac;
   /* Just to make sure we don't have rounding problems */
   interp[2] = 1.-interp[0]-interp[1]-interp[3];
}
#endif

static int resampler_basic_direct_single(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, const spx_word16_t *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, spx_word16_t *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
{
   const int N = st->filt_len;
   int out_sample = 0;
   int last_sample = st->last_sample[channel_index];
   spx_uint32_t samp_frac_num = st->samp_frac_num[channel_index];
   const spx_word16_t *sinc_table = st->sinc_table;
   const int out_stride = st->out_stride;
   const int int_advance = st->int_advance;
   const int frac_advance = st->frac_advance;
   const spx_uint32_t den_rate = st->den_rate;
   spx_word32_t sum;

   while (!(last_sample >= (spx_int32_t)*in_len || out_sample >= (spx_int32_t)*out_len))
   {
      const spx_word16_t *sinct = & sinc_table[samp_frac_num*N];
      const spx_word16_t *iptr = & in[last_sample];

#ifdef OVERRIDE_INNER_PRODUCT_SINGLE
      if (!moz_has_sse()) {
#endif
      int j;
      sum = 0;
      for(j=0;j<N;j++) sum += MULT16_16(sinct[j], iptr[j]);

/*    This code is slower on most DSPs which have only 2 accumulators.
      Plus this this forces truncation to 32 bits and you lose the HW guard bits.
      I think we can trust the compiler and let it vectorize and/or unroll itself.
      spx_word32_t accum[4] = {0,0,0,0};
      for(j=0;j<N;j+=4) {
        accum[0] += MULT16_16(sinct[j], iptr[j]);
        accum[1] += MULT16_16(sinct[j+1], iptr[j+1]);
        accum[2] += MULT16_16(sinct[j+2], iptr[j+2]);
        accum[3] += MULT16_16(sinct[j+3], iptr[j+3]);
      }
      sum = accum[0] + accum[1] + accum[2] + accum[3];
*/
      sum = SATURATE32PSHR(sum, 15, 32767);
#ifdef OVERRIDE_INNER_PRODUCT_SINGLE
      } else {
      sum = inner_product_single(sinct, iptr, N);
      }
#endif

      out[out_stride * out_sample++] = sum;
      last_sample += int_advance;
      samp_frac_num += frac_advance;
      if (samp_frac_num >= den_rate)
      {
         samp_frac_num -= den_rate;
         last_sample++;
      }
   }

   st->last_sample[channel_index] = last_sample;
   st->samp_frac_num[channel_index] = samp_frac_num;
   return out_sample;
}

#ifdef FIXED_POINT
#else
/* This is the same as the previous function, except with a double-precision accumulator */
static int resampler_basic_direct_double(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, const spx_word16_t *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, spx_word16_t *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
{
   const int N = st->filt_len;
   int out_sample = 0;
   int last_sample = st->last_sample[channel_index];
   spx_uint32_t samp_frac_num = st->samp_frac_num[channel_index];
   const spx_word16_t *sinc_table = st->sinc_table;
   const int out_stride = st->out_stride;
   const int int_advance = st->int_advance;
   const int frac_advance = st->frac_advance;
   const spx_uint32_t den_rate = st->den_rate;
   double sum;

   while (!(last_sample >= (spx_int32_t)*in_len || out_sample >= (spx_int32_t)*out_len))
   {
      const spx_word16_t *sinct = & sinc_table[samp_frac_num*N];
      const spx_word16_t *iptr = & in[last_sample];

#ifdef OVERRIDE_INNER_PRODUCT_DOUBLE
      if(moz_has_sse2()) {
#endif
      int j;
      double accum[4] = {0,0,0,0};

      for(j=0;j<N;j+=4) {
        accum[0] += sinct[j]*iptr[j];
        accum[1] += sinct[j+1]*iptr[j+1];
        accum[2] += sinct[j+2]*iptr[j+2];
        accum[3] += sinct[j+3]*iptr[j+3];
      }
      sum = accum[0] + accum[1] + accum[2] + accum[3];
#ifdef OVERRIDE_INNER_PRODUCT_DOUBLE
      } else {
      sum = inner_product_double(sinct, iptr, N);
      }
#endif

      out[out_stride * out_sample++] = PSHR32(sum, 15);
      last_sample += int_advance;
      samp_frac_num += frac_advance;
      if (samp_frac_num >= den_rate)
      {
         samp_frac_num -= den_rate;
         last_sample++;
      }
   }

   st->last_sample[channel_index] = last_sample;
   st->samp_frac_num[channel_index] = samp_frac_num;
   return out_sample;
}
#endif

static int resampler_basic_interpolate_single(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, const spx_word16_t *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, spx_word16_t *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
{
   const int N = st->filt_len;
   int out_sample = 0;
   int last_sample = st->last_sample[channel_index];
   spx_uint32_t samp_frac_num = st->samp_frac_num[channel_index];
   const int out_stride = st->out_stride;
   const int int_advance = st->int_advance;
   const int frac_advance = st->frac_advance;
   const spx_uint32_t den_rate = st->den_rate;
   spx_word32_t sum;

   while (!(last_sample >= (spx_int32_t)*in_len || out_sample >= (spx_int32_t)*out_len))
   {
      const spx_word16_t *iptr = & in[last_sample];

      const int offset = samp_frac_num*st->oversample/st->den_rate;
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
      const spx_word16_t frac = PDIV32(SHL32((samp_frac_num*st->oversample) % st->den_rate,15),st->den_rate);
#else
      const spx_word16_t frac = ((float)((samp_frac_num*st->oversample) % st->den_rate))/st->den_rate;
#endif
      spx_word16_t interp[4];


#ifdef OVERRIDE_INTERPOLATE_PRODUCT_SINGLE
      if (!moz_has_sse()) {
#endif
      int j;
      spx_word32_t accum[4] = {0,0,0,0};

      for(j=0;j<N;j++) {
        const spx_word16_t curr_in=iptr[j];
        accum[0] += MULT16_16(curr_in,st->sinc_table[4+(j+1)*st->oversample-offset-2]);
        accum[1] += MULT16_16(curr_in,st->sinc_table[4+(j+1)*st->oversample-offset-1]);
        accum[2] += MULT16_16(curr_in,st->sinc_table[4+(j+1)*st->oversample-offset]);
        accum[3] += MULT16_16(curr_in,st->sinc_table[4+(j+1)*st->oversample-offset+1]);
      }

      cubic_coef(frac, interp);
      sum = MULT16_32_Q15(interp[0],SHR32(accum[0], 1)) + MULT16_32_Q15(interp[1],SHR32(accum[1], 1)) + MULT16_32_Q15(interp[2],SHR32(accum[2], 1)) + MULT16_32_Q15(interp[3],SHR32(accum[3], 1));
      sum = SATURATE32PSHR(sum, 15, 32767);
#ifdef OVERRIDE_INTERPOLATE_PRODUCT_SINGLE
      } else {
      cubic_coef(frac, interp);
      sum = interpolate_product_single(iptr, st->sinc_table + st->oversample + 4 - offset - 2, N, st->oversample, interp);
      }
#endif
      
      out[out_stride * out_sample++] = sum;
      last_sample += int_advance;
      samp_frac_num += frac_advance;
      if (samp_frac_num >= den_rate)
      {
         samp_frac_num -= den_rate;
         last_sample++;
      }
   }

   st->last_sample[channel_index] = last_sample;
   st->samp_frac_num[channel_index] = samp_frac_num;
   return out_sample;
}

#ifdef FIXED_POINT
#else
/* This is the same as the previous function, except with a double-precision accumulator */
static int resampler_basic_interpolate_double(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, const spx_word16_t *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, spx_word16_t *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
{
   const int N = st->filt_len;
   int out_sample = 0;
   int last_sample = st->last_sample[channel_index];
   spx_uint32_t samp_frac_num = st->samp_frac_num[channel_index];
   const int out_stride = st->out_stride;
   const int int_advance = st->int_advance;
   const int frac_advance = st->frac_advance;
   const spx_uint32_t den_rate = st->den_rate;
   spx_word32_t sum;

   while (!(last_sample >= (spx_int32_t)*in_len || out_sample >= (spx_int32_t)*out_len))
   {
      const spx_word16_t *iptr = & in[last_sample];

      const int offset = samp_frac_num*st->oversample/st->den_rate;
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
      const spx_word16_t frac = PDIV32(SHL32((samp_frac_num*st->oversample) % st->den_rate,15),st->den_rate);
#else
      const spx_word16_t frac = ((float)((samp_frac_num*st->oversample) % st->den_rate))/st->den_rate;
#endif
      spx_word16_t interp[4];


#ifdef OVERRIDE_INTERPOLATE_PRODUCT_DOUBLE
      if (!moz_has_sse2()) {
#endif
      int j;
      double accum[4] = {0,0,0,0};

      for(j=0;j<N;j++) {
        const double curr_in=iptr[j];
        accum[0] += MULT16_16(curr_in,st->sinc_table[4+(j+1)*st->oversample-offset-2]);
        accum[1] += MULT16_16(curr_in,st->sinc_table[4+(j+1)*st->oversample-offset-1]);
        accum[2] += MULT16_16(curr_in,st->sinc_table[4+(j+1)*st->oversample-offset]);
        accum[3] += MULT16_16(curr_in,st->sinc_table[4+(j+1)*st->oversample-offset+1]);
      }

      cubic_coef(frac, interp);
      sum = MULT16_32_Q15(interp[0],accum[0]) + MULT16_32_Q15(interp[1],accum[1]) + MULT16_32_Q15(interp[2],accum[2]) + MULT16_32_Q15(interp[3],accum[3]);
#ifdef OVERRIDE_INTERPOLATE_PRODUCT_DOUBLE
      } else {
      cubic_coef(frac, interp);
      sum = interpolate_product_double(iptr, st->sinc_table + st->oversample + 4 - offset - 2, N, st->oversample, interp);
      }
#endif
      
      out[out_stride * out_sample++] = PSHR32(sum,15);
      last_sample += int_advance;
      samp_frac_num += frac_advance;
      if (samp_frac_num >= den_rate)
      {
         samp_frac_num -= den_rate;
         last_sample++;
      }
   }

   st->last_sample[channel_index] = last_sample;
   st->samp_frac_num[channel_index] = samp_frac_num;
   return out_sample;
}
#endif

static void update_filter(SpeexResamplerState *st)
{
   spx_uint32_t old_length = st->filt_len;
   spx_uint32_t old_alloc_size = st->mem_alloc_size;
   spx_uint32_t min_alloc_size;

   st->oversample = quality_map[st->quality].oversample;
   st->filt_len = quality_map[st->quality].base_length;
   
   if (st->num_rate > st->den_rate)
   {
      /* down-sampling */
      st->cutoff = quality_map[st->quality].downsample_bandwidth * st->den_rate / st->num_rate;
      /* FIXME: divide the numerator and denominator by a certain amount if they're too large */
      st->filt_len = st->filt_len*st->num_rate / st->den_rate;
      /* Round up to make sure we have a multiple of 8 for SSE */
      st->filt_len = ((st->filt_len-1)&(~0x7))+8;
      if (2*st->den_rate < st->num_rate)
         st->oversample >>= 1;
      if (4*st->den_rate < st->num_rate)
         st->oversample >>= 1;
      if (8*st->den_rate < st->num_rate)
         st->oversample >>= 1;
      if (16*st->den_rate < st->num_rate)
         st->oversample >>= 1;
      if (st->oversample < 1)
         st->oversample = 1;
   } else {
      /* up-sampling */
      st->cutoff = quality_map[st->quality].upsample_bandwidth;
   }
   
   /* Choose the resampling type that requires the least amount of memory */
#ifdef RESAMPLE_FULL_SINC_TABLE
   if (1)
#else
   if (st->filt_len*st->den_rate <= st->filt_len*st->oversample+8)
#endif
   {
      spx_uint32_t i;
      if (st->sinc_table_length < st->filt_len*st->den_rate)
      {
         st->sinc_table = (spx_word16_t *)speex_realloc(st->sinc_table,st->filt_len*st->den_rate*sizeof(spx_word16_t));
         st->sinc_table_length = st->filt_len*st->den_rate;
      }
      for (i=0;i<st->den_rate;i++)
      {
         spx_int32_t j;
         for (j=0;j<st->filt_len;j++)
         {
            st->sinc_table[i*st->filt_len+j] = sinc(st->cutoff,((j-(spx_int32_t)st->filt_len/2+1)-((float)i)/st->den_rate), st->filt_len, quality_map[st->quality].window_func);
         }
      }
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
      st->resampler_ptr = resampler_basic_direct_single;
#else
      if (st->quality>8)
         st->resampler_ptr = resampler_basic_direct_double;
      else
         st->resampler_ptr = resampler_basic_direct_single;
#endif
      /*fprintf (stderr, "resampler uses direct sinc table and normalised cutoff %f\n", cutoff);*/
   } else {
      spx_int32_t i;
      if (st->sinc_table_length < st->filt_len*st->oversample+8)
      {
         st->sinc_table = (spx_word16_t *)speex_realloc(st->sinc_table,(st->filt_len*st->oversample+8)*sizeof(spx_word16_t));
         st->sinc_table_length = st->filt_len*st->oversample+8;
      }
      for (i=-4;i<(spx_int32_t)(st->oversample*st->filt_len+4);i++)
         st->sinc_table[i+4] = sinc(st->cutoff,(i/(float)st->oversample - st->filt_len/2), st->filt_len, quality_map[st->quality].window_func);
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
      st->resampler_ptr = resampler_basic_interpolate_single;
#else
      if (st->quality>8)
         st->resampler_ptr = resampler_basic_interpolate_double;
      else
         st->resampler_ptr = resampler_basic_interpolate_single;
#endif
      /*fprintf (stderr, "resampler uses interpolated sinc table and normalised cutoff %f\n", cutoff);*/
   }
   st->int_advance = st->num_rate/st->den_rate;
   st->frac_advance = st->num_rate%st->den_rate;

   
   /* Here's the place where we update the filter memory to take into account
      the change in filter length. It's probably the messiest part of the code
      due to handling of lots of corner cases. */
   min_alloc_size = st->filt_len-1 + st->buffer_size;
   if (min_alloc_size > st->mem_alloc_size)
   {
      st->mem = (spx_word16_t*)speex_realloc(st->mem, st->nb_channels*min_alloc_size * sizeof(spx_word16_t));
      st->mem_alloc_size = min_alloc_size;
   }
   if (!st->started)
   {
      spx_uint32_t i;
      for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels*st->mem_alloc_size;i++)
         st->mem[i] = 0;
      /*speex_warning("reinit filter");*/
   } else if (st->filt_len > old_length)
   {
      spx_uint32_t i;
      /* Increase the filter length */
      /*speex_warning("increase filter size");*/
      for (i=st->nb_channels;i--;)
      {
         spx_uint32_t j;
         spx_uint32_t olen = old_length;
         /*if (st->magic_samples[i])*/
         {
            /* Try and remove the magic samples as if nothing had happened */
            
            /* FIXME: This is wrong but for now we need it to avoid going over the array bounds */
            olen = old_length + 2*st->magic_samples[i];
            for (j=old_length-1+st->magic_samples[i];j--;)
               st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+j+st->magic_samples[i]] = st->mem[i*old_alloc_size+j];
            for (j=0;j<st->magic_samples[i];j++)
               st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+j] = 0;
            st->magic_samples[i] = 0;
         }
         if (st->filt_len > olen)
         {
            /* If the new filter length is still bigger than the "augmented" length */
            /* Copy data going backward */
            for (j=0;j<olen-1;j++)
               st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+(st->filt_len-2-j)] = st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+(olen-2-j)];
            /* Then put zeros for lack of anything better */
            for (;j<st->filt_len-1;j++)
               st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+(st->filt_len-2-j)] = 0;
            /* Adjust last_sample */
            st->last_sample[i] += (st->filt_len - olen)/2;
         } else {
            /* Put back some of the magic! */
            st->magic_samples[i] = (olen - st->filt_len)/2;
            for (j=0;j<st->filt_len-1+st->magic_samples[i];j++)
               st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+j] = st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+j+st->magic_samples[i]];
         }
      }
   } else if (st->filt_len < old_length)
   {
      spx_uint32_t i;
      /* Reduce filter length, this a bit tricky. We need to store some of the memory as "magic"
         samples so they can be used directly as input the next time(s) */
      for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels;i++)
      {
         spx_uint32_t j;
         spx_uint32_t old_magic = st->magic_samples[i];
         st->magic_samples[i] = (old_length - st->filt_len)/2;
         /* We must copy some of the memory that's no longer used */
         /* Copy data going backward */
         for (j=0;j<st->filt_len-1+st->magic_samples[i]+old_magic;j++)
            st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+j] = st->mem[i*st->mem_alloc_size+j+st->magic_samples[i]];
         st->magic_samples[i] += old_magic;
      }
   }

}

EXPORT SpeexResamplerState *speex_resampler_init(spx_uint32_t nb_channels, spx_uint32_t in_rate, spx_uint32_t out_rate, int quality, int *err)
{
   return speex_resampler_init_frac(nb_channels, in_rate, out_rate, in_rate, out_rate, quality, err);
}

EXPORT SpeexResamplerState *speex_resampler_init_frac(spx_uint32_t nb_channels, spx_uint32_t ratio_num, spx_uint32_t ratio_den, spx_uint32_t in_rate, spx_uint32_t out_rate, int quality, int *err)
{
   spx_uint32_t i;
   SpeexResamplerState *st;
   if (quality > 10 || quality < 0)
   {
      if (err)
         *err = RESAMPLER_ERR_INVALID_ARG;
      return NULL;
   }
   st = (SpeexResamplerState *)speex_alloc(sizeof(SpeexResamplerState));
   st->initialised = 0;
   st->started = 0;
   st->in_rate = 0;
   st->out_rate = 0;
   st->num_rate = 0;
   st->den_rate = 0;
   st->quality = -1;
   st->sinc_table_length = 0;
   st->mem_alloc_size = 0;
   st->filt_len = 0;
   st->mem = 0;
   st->resampler_ptr = 0;
         
   st->cutoff = 1.f;
   st->nb_channels = nb_channels;
   st->in_stride = 1;
   st->out_stride = 1;
   
   st->buffer_size = 160;
   
   /* Per channel data */
   st->last_sample = (spx_int32_t*)speex_alloc(nb_channels*sizeof(spx_int32_t));
   st->magic_samples = (spx_uint32_t*)speex_alloc(nb_channels*sizeof(spx_uint32_t));
   st->samp_frac_num = (spx_uint32_t*)speex_alloc(nb_channels*sizeof(spx_uint32_t));
   for (i=0;i<nb_channels;i++)
   {
      st->last_sample[i] = 0;
      st->magic_samples[i] = 0;
      st->samp_frac_num[i] = 0;
   }

   speex_resampler_set_quality(st, quality);
   speex_resampler_set_rate_frac(st, ratio_num, ratio_den, in_rate, out_rate);

   
   update_filter(st);
   
   st->initialised = 1;
   if (err)
      *err = RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;

   return st;
}

EXPORT void speex_resampler_destroy(SpeexResamplerState *st)
{
   speex_free(st->mem);
   speex_free(st->sinc_table);
   speex_free(st->last_sample);
   speex_free(st->magic_samples);
   speex_free(st->samp_frac_num);
   speex_free(st);
}

static int speex_resampler_process_native(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, spx_uint32_t *in_len, spx_word16_t *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
{
   int j=0;
   const int N = st->filt_len;
   int out_sample = 0;
   spx_word16_t *mem = st->mem + channel_index * st->mem_alloc_size;
   spx_uint32_t ilen;
   
   st->started = 1;
   
   /* Call the right resampler through the function ptr */
   out_sample = st->resampler_ptr(st, channel_index, mem, in_len, out, out_len);
   
   if (st->last_sample[channel_index] < (spx_int32_t)*in_len)
      *in_len = st->last_sample[channel_index];
   *out_len = out_sample;
   st->last_sample[channel_index] -= *in_len;
   
   ilen = *in_len;

   for(j=0;j<N-1;++j)
     mem[j] = mem[j+ilen];

   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

static int speex_resampler_magic(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, spx_word16_t **out, spx_uint32_t out_len) {
   spx_uint32_t tmp_in_len = st->magic_samples[channel_index];
   spx_word16_t *mem = st->mem + channel_index * st->mem_alloc_size;
   const int N = st->filt_len;
   
   speex_resampler_process_native(st, channel_index, &tmp_in_len, *out, &out_len);

   st->magic_samples[channel_index] -= tmp_in_len;
   
   /* If we couldn't process all "magic" input samples, save the rest for next time */
   if (st->magic_samples[channel_index])
   {
      spx_uint32_t i;
      for (i=0;i<st->magic_samples[channel_index];i++)
         mem[N-1+i]=mem[N-1+i+tmp_in_len];
   }
   *out += out_len*st->out_stride;
   return out_len;
}

#ifdef FIXED_POINT
EXPORT int speex_resampler_process_int(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, const spx_int16_t *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, spx_int16_t *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
#else
EXPORT int speex_resampler_process_float(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, const float *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, float *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
#endif
{
   int j;
   spx_uint32_t ilen = *in_len;
   spx_uint32_t olen = *out_len;
   spx_word16_t *x = st->mem + channel_index * st->mem_alloc_size;
   const int filt_offs = st->filt_len - 1;
   const spx_uint32_t xlen = st->mem_alloc_size - filt_offs;
   const int istride = st->in_stride;

   if (st->magic_samples[channel_index]) 
      olen -= speex_resampler_magic(st, channel_index, &out, olen);
   if (! st->magic_samples[channel_index]) {
      while (ilen && olen) {
        spx_uint32_t ichunk = (ilen > xlen) ? xlen : ilen;
        spx_uint32_t ochunk = olen;
 
        if (in) {
           for(j=0;j<ichunk;++j)
              x[j+filt_offs]=in[j*istride];
        } else {
          for(j=0;j<ichunk;++j)
            x[j+filt_offs]=0;
        }
        speex_resampler_process_native(st, channel_index, &ichunk, out, &ochunk);
        ilen -= ichunk;
        olen -= ochunk;
        out += ochunk * st->out_stride;
        if (in)
           in += ichunk * istride;
      }
   }
   *in_len -= ilen;
   *out_len -= olen;
   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

#ifdef FIXED_POINT
EXPORT int speex_resampler_process_float(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, const float *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, float *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
#else
EXPORT int speex_resampler_process_int(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t channel_index, const spx_int16_t *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, spx_int16_t *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
#endif
{
   int j;
   const int istride_save = st->in_stride;
   const int ostride_save = st->out_stride;
   spx_uint32_t ilen = *in_len;
   spx_uint32_t olen = *out_len;
   spx_word16_t *x = st->mem + channel_index * st->mem_alloc_size;
   const spx_uint32_t xlen = st->mem_alloc_size - (st->filt_len - 1);
#ifdef VAR_ARRAYS
   const unsigned int ylen = (olen < FIXED_STACK_ALLOC) ? olen : FIXED_STACK_ALLOC;
   VARDECL(spx_word16_t *ystack);
   ALLOC(ystack, ylen, spx_word16_t);
#else
   const unsigned int ylen = FIXED_STACK_ALLOC;
   spx_word16_t ystack[FIXED_STACK_ALLOC];
#endif

   st->out_stride = 1;
   
   while (ilen && olen) {
     spx_word16_t *y = ystack;
     spx_uint32_t ichunk = (ilen > xlen) ? xlen : ilen;
     spx_uint32_t ochunk = (olen > ylen) ? ylen : olen;
     spx_uint32_t omagic = 0;

     if (st->magic_samples[channel_index]) {
       omagic = speex_resampler_magic(st, channel_index, &y, ochunk);
       ochunk -= omagic;
       olen -= omagic;
     }
     if (! st->magic_samples[channel_index]) {
       if (in) {
         for(j=0;j<ichunk;++j)
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
           x[j+st->filt_len-1]=WORD2INT(in[j*istride_save]);
#else
           x[j+st->filt_len-1]=in[j*istride_save];
#endif
       } else {
         for(j=0;j<ichunk;++j)
           x[j+st->filt_len-1]=0;
       }

       speex_resampler_process_native(st, channel_index, &ichunk, y, &ochunk);
     } else {
       ichunk = 0;
       ochunk = 0;
     }

     for (j=0;j<ochunk+omagic;++j)
#ifdef FIXED_POINT
        out[j*ostride_save] = ystack[j];
#else
        out[j*ostride_save] = WORD2INT(ystack[j]);
#endif
     
     ilen -= ichunk;
     olen -= ochunk;
     out += (ochunk+omagic) * ostride_save;
     if (in)
       in += ichunk * istride_save;
   }
   st->out_stride = ostride_save;
   *in_len -= ilen;
   *out_len -= olen;

   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_process_interleaved_float(SpeexResamplerState *st, const float *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, float *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
{
   spx_uint32_t i;
   int istride_save, ostride_save;
   spx_uint32_t bak_out_len = *out_len;
   spx_uint32_t bak_in_len = *in_len;
   istride_save = st->in_stride;
   ostride_save = st->out_stride;
   st->in_stride = st->out_stride = st->nb_channels;
   for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels;i++)
   {
      *out_len = bak_out_len;
      *in_len = bak_in_len;
      if (in != NULL)
         speex_resampler_process_float(st, i, in+i, in_len, out+i, out_len);
      else
         speex_resampler_process_float(st, i, NULL, in_len, out+i, out_len);
   }
   st->in_stride = istride_save;
   st->out_stride = ostride_save;
   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}
               
EXPORT int speex_resampler_process_interleaved_int(SpeexResamplerState *st, const spx_int16_t *in, spx_uint32_t *in_len, spx_int16_t *out, spx_uint32_t *out_len)
{
   spx_uint32_t i;
   int istride_save, ostride_save;
   spx_uint32_t bak_out_len = *out_len;
   spx_uint32_t bak_in_len = *in_len;
   istride_save = st->in_stride;
   ostride_save = st->out_stride;
   st->in_stride = st->out_stride = st->nb_channels;
   for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels;i++)
   {
      *out_len = bak_out_len;
      *in_len = bak_in_len;
      if (in != NULL)
         speex_resampler_process_int(st, i, in+i, in_len, out+i, out_len);
      else
         speex_resampler_process_int(st, i, NULL, in_len, out+i, out_len);
   }
   st->in_stride = istride_save;
   st->out_stride = ostride_save;
   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_set_rate(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t in_rate, spx_uint32_t out_rate)
{
   return speex_resampler_set_rate_frac(st, in_rate, out_rate, in_rate, out_rate);
}

EXPORT void speex_resampler_get_rate(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t *in_rate, spx_uint32_t *out_rate)
{
   *in_rate = st->in_rate;
   *out_rate = st->out_rate;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_set_rate_frac(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t ratio_num, spx_uint32_t ratio_den, spx_uint32_t in_rate, spx_uint32_t out_rate)
{
   spx_uint32_t fact;
   spx_uint32_t old_den;
   spx_uint32_t i;
   if (st->in_rate == in_rate && st->out_rate == out_rate && st->num_rate == ratio_num && st->den_rate == ratio_den)
      return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
   
   old_den = st->den_rate;
   st->in_rate = in_rate;
   st->out_rate = out_rate;
   st->num_rate = ratio_num;
   st->den_rate = ratio_den;
   /* FIXME: This is terribly inefficient, but who cares (at least for now)? */
   for (fact=2;fact<=IMIN(st->num_rate, st->den_rate);fact++)
   {
      while ((st->num_rate % fact == 0) && (st->den_rate % fact == 0))
      {
         st->num_rate /= fact;
         st->den_rate /= fact;
      }
   }
      
   if (old_den > 0)
   {
      for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels;i++)
      {
         st->samp_frac_num[i]=st->samp_frac_num[i]*st->den_rate/old_den;
         /* Safety net */
         if (st->samp_frac_num[i] >= st->den_rate)
            st->samp_frac_num[i] = st->den_rate-1;
      }
   }
   
   if (st->initialised)
      update_filter(st);
   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

EXPORT void speex_resampler_get_ratio(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t *ratio_num, spx_uint32_t *ratio_den)
{
   *ratio_num = st->num_rate;
   *ratio_den = st->den_rate;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_set_quality(SpeexResamplerState *st, int quality)
{
   if (quality > 10 || quality < 0)
      return RESAMPLER_ERR_INVALID_ARG;
   if (st->quality == quality)
      return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
   st->quality = quality;
   if (st->initialised)
      update_filter(st);
   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

EXPORT void speex_resampler_get_quality(SpeexResamplerState *st, int *quality)
{
   *quality = st->quality;
}

EXPORT void speex_resampler_set_input_stride(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t stride)
{
   st->in_stride = stride;
}

EXPORT void speex_resampler_get_input_stride(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t *stride)
{
   *stride = st->in_stride;
}

EXPORT void speex_resampler_set_output_stride(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t stride)
{
   st->out_stride = stride;
}

EXPORT void speex_resampler_get_output_stride(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t *stride)
{
   *stride = st->out_stride;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_get_input_latency(SpeexResamplerState *st)
{
  return st->filt_len / 2;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_get_output_latency(SpeexResamplerState *st)
{
  return ((st->filt_len / 2) * st->den_rate + (st->num_rate >> 1)) / st->num_rate;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_skip_zeros(SpeexResamplerState *st)
{
   spx_uint32_t i;
   for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels;i++)
      st->last_sample[i] = st->filt_len/2;
   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_set_skip_frac_num(SpeexResamplerState *st, spx_uint32_t skip_frac_num)
{
   spx_uint32_t i;
   spx_uint32_t last_sample = skip_frac_num / st->den_rate;
   spx_uint32_t samp_frac_num = skip_frac_num % st->den_rate;
   for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels;i++) {
      st->last_sample[i] = last_sample;
      st->samp_frac_num[i] = samp_frac_num;
   }
   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

EXPORT int speex_resampler_reset_mem(SpeexResamplerState *st)
{
   spx_uint32_t i;
   for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels;i++)
   {
      st->last_sample[i] = 0;
      st->magic_samples[i] = 0;
      st->samp_frac_num[i] = 0;
   }
   for (i=0;i<st->nb_channels*(st->filt_len-1);i++)
      st->mem[i] = 0;
   return RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS;
}

EXPORT const char *speex_resampler_strerror(int err)
{
   switch (err)
   {
      case RESAMPLER_ERR_SUCCESS:
         return "Success.";
      case RESAMPLER_ERR_ALLOC_FAILED:
         return "Memory allocation failed.";
      case RESAMPLER_ERR_BAD_STATE:
         return "Bad resampler state.";
      case RESAMPLER_ERR_INVALID_ARG:
         return "Invalid argument.";
      case RESAMPLER_ERR_PTR_OVERLAP:
         return "Input and output buffers overlap.";
      default:
         return "Unknown error. Bad error code or strange version mismatch.";
   }
}