Audio Streams

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The Audio Stream refers to an Audio Element that is responsible for acquiring of audio data and then sending the data out after processing.

The following stream types are supported:

Each stream is initialized with a structure as an input, and the returned audio_element_handle_t handle is used to call the functions in audio_element.h. Most streams have two types, AUDIO_STREAM_READER (reader) and AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER (writer). For example, to set the I2S stream type, use i2s_stream_init() and i2s_stream_cfg_t.

See description below for the API details.

Algorithm Stream

The algorithm stream integrates front-end algorithms such as acoustic echo cancellation (AEC), automatic gain control (AGC), and noise suppression (NS) to process the received audio. It is often used in audio preprocessing scenarios, including VoIP, speech recognition, and keyword wake-up. The stream calls esp-sr and thus occupies large memory. The stream only supports the AUDIO_STREAM_READER type.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t algo_stream_init(algorithm_stream_cfg_t *config)

Initialize algorithm stream.

Return

The audio element handle

Parameters
  • config: The algorithm Stream configuration

audio_element_err_t algo_stream_set_delay(audio_element_handle_t el, ringbuf_handle_t ringbuf, int delay_ms)

Set playback signal or recording signal delay when use type2.

Note

The AEC internal buffering mechanism requires that the recording signal is delayed by around 0 - 10 ms compared to the corresponding reference (playback) signal.

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

  • ESP_ERR_INVALID_ARG

Parameters
  • el: Handle of element

  • ringbuf: Handle of ringbuf

  • delay_ms: The delay between playback and recording in ms This delay_ms can be debugged by yourself, you can set the configuration debug_input to true, then get the original input data (left channel is the signal captured from the microphone, right channel is the signal played to the speaker), and check the delay with an audio analysis tool.

Structures

struct algorithm_stream_cfg_t

Algorithm stream configurations.

Public Members

algorithm_stream_input_type_t input_type

Input type of stream

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_prio

Task peroid

int task_core

The core that task to be created

bool stack_in_ext

Try to allocate stack in external memory

int rec_linear_factor

The linear amplication factor of record signal

int ref_linear_factor

The linear amplication factor of reference signal

int8_t algo_mask

Choose algorithm to use

bool debug_input

debug algorithm input data

Macros

ALGORITHM_STREAM_PINNED_TO_CORE
ALGORITHM_STREAM_TASK_PERIOD
ALGORITHM_STREAM_TASK_STACK_SIZE
ALGORITHM_STREAM_DEFAULT_SAMPLE_RATE_HZ
ALGORITHM_STREAM_DEFAULT_SAMPLE_BIT
ALGORITHM_STREAM_DEFAULT_CHANNEL
ALGORITHM_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

Enumerations

enum algorithm_stream_input_type_t

Two types of algorithm stream input method.

Values:

ALGORITHM_STREAM_INPUT_TYPE1 = 0

Type 1 is default used by mini-board, the reference signal and the recording signal are respectively read in from the left channel and the right channel of the same I2S

ALGORITHM_STREAM_INPUT_TYPE2 = 1

As the simple diagram above shows, when type2 is choosen, the recording signal and reference signal should be input by users.

enum algorithm_stream_mask_t

Choose the algorithm to be used.

Values:

ALGORITHM_STREAM_USE_AEC = (0x1 << 0)

Use AEC

ALGORITHM_STREAM_USE_AGC = (0x1 << 1)

Use AGC

ALGORITHM_STREAM_USE_NS = (0x1 << 2)

Use NS

FatFs Stream

The FatFs stream reads and writes data from FatFs. It has two types: “reader” and “writer”. The type is defined by audio_stream_type_t.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t fatfs_stream_init(fatfs_stream_cfg_t *config)

Create a handle to an Audio Element to stream data from FatFs to another Element or get data from other elements written to FatFs, depending on the configuration the stream type, either AUDIO_STREAM_READER or AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER.

Return

The Audio Element handle

Parameters
  • config: The configuration

Structures

struct fatfs_stream_cfg_t

FATFS Stream configurations, if any entry is zero then the configuration will be set to default values.

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Stream type

int buf_sz

Audio Element Buffer size

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

bool ext_stack

Allocate stack on extern ram

bool write_header

Choose to write amrnb/amrwb header in fatfs whether or not (true or false, true means choose to write amrnb header)

Macros

FATFS_STREAM_BUF_SIZE
FATFS_STREAM_TASK_STACK
FATFS_STREAM_TASK_CORE
FATFS_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
FATFS_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
FATFS_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

HTTP Stream

The HTTP stream obtains and sends data through esp_http_client(). The stream has two types: “reader” and “writer”, and the type is defined by audio_stream_type_t. AUDIO_STREAM_READER supports HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP Live Stream, and other protocols. Make sure the network is connected before using the stream.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t http_stream_init(http_stream_cfg_t *config)

Create a handle to an Audio Element to stream data from HTTP to another Element or get data from other elements sent to HTTP, depending on the configuration the stream type, either AUDIO_STREAM_READER or AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER.

Return

The Audio Element handle

Parameters
  • config: The configuration

esp_err_t http_stream_next_track(audio_element_handle_t el)

Connect to next track in the playlist.

This function can be used in event_handler of http_stream. User can call this function to connect to next track in playlist when he/she gets HTTP_STREAM_FINISH_TRACK event

Return

  • ESP_OK on success

  • ESP_FAIL on errors

Parameters
  • el: The http_stream element handle

esp_err_t http_stream_restart(audio_element_handle_t el)
esp_err_t http_stream_fetch_again(audio_element_handle_t el)

Try to fetch the tracks again.

If this is live stream we will need to keep fetching URIs.

Return

  • ESP_OK on success

  • ESP_ERR_NOT_SUPPORTED if playlist is finished

Parameters
  • el: The http_stream element handle

Structures

struct http_stream_event_msg_t

Stream event message.

Public Members

http_stream_event_id_t event_id

Event ID

void *http_client

Reference to HTTP Client using by this HTTP Stream

void *buffer

Reference to Buffer using by the Audio Element

int buffer_len

Length of buffer

void *user_data

User data context, from http_stream_cfg_t

audio_element_handle_t el

Audio element context

struct http_stream_cfg_t

HTTP Stream configurations Default value will be used if any entry is zero.

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Type of stream

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

bool stack_in_ext

Try to allocate stack in external memory

http_stream_event_handle_t event_handle

The hook function for HTTP Stream

void *user_data

User data context

bool auto_connect_next_track

connect next track without open/close

bool enable_playlist_parser

Enable playlist parser

int multi_out_num

The number of multiple output

Macros

HTTP_STREAM_TASK_STACK
HTTP_STREAM_TASK_CORE
HTTP_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
HTTP_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
HTTP_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

Type Definitions

typedef int (*http_stream_event_handle_t)(http_stream_event_msg_t *msg)

Enumerations

enum http_stream_event_id_t

HTTP Stream hook type.

Values:

HTTP_STREAM_PRE_REQUEST = 0x01

The event handler will be called before HTTP Client making the connection to the server

HTTP_STREAM_ON_REQUEST

The event handler will be called when HTTP Client is requesting data, If the fucntion return the value (-1: ESP_FAIL), HTTP Client will be stopped If the fucntion return the value > 0, HTTP Stream will ignore the post_field If the fucntion return the value = 0, HTTP Stream continue send data from post_field (if any)

HTTP_STREAM_ON_RESPONSE

The event handler will be called when HTTP Client is receiving data If the fucntion return the value (-1: ESP_FAIL), HTTP Client will be stopped If the fucntion return the value > 0, HTTP Stream will ignore the read function If the fucntion return the value = 0, HTTP Stream continue read data from HTTP Server

HTTP_STREAM_POST_REQUEST

The event handler will be called after HTTP Client send header and body to the server, before fetching the headers

HTTP_STREAM_FINISH_REQUEST

The event handler will be called after HTTP Client fetch the header and ready to read HTTP body

HTTP_STREAM_RESOLVE_ALL_TRACKS
HTTP_STREAM_FINISH_TRACK
HTTP_STREAM_FINISH_PLAYLIST

I2S Stream

The I2S stream receives and transmits audio data through the chip’s I2S, PDM, ADC, and DAC interfaces. To use the ADC and DAC functions, the chip needs to define SOC_I2S_SUPPORTS_ADC_DAC. The stream integrates automatic level control (ALC) to adjust volume, multi-channel output, and sending audio data with extended bit width. The relevant control bits are defined in i2s_stream_cfg_t.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t i2s_stream_init(i2s_stream_cfg_t *config)

Create a handle to an Audio Element to stream data from I2S to another Element or get data from other elements sent to I2S, depending on the configuration of stream type is AUDIO_STREAM_READER or AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER.

Note

If I2S stream is enabled with built-in DAC mode, please don’t use I2S_NUM_1. The built-in DAC functions are only supported on I2S0 for the current ESP32 chip.

Return

The Audio Element handle

Parameters
  • config: The configuration

esp_err_t i2s_stream_set_clk(audio_element_handle_t i2s_stream, int rate, int bits, int ch)

Setup clock for I2S Stream, this function is only used with handle created by i2s_stream_init

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] i2s_stream: The i2s element handle

  • [in] rate: Clock rate (in Hz)

  • [in] bits: Audio bit width (8, 16, 24, 32)

  • [in] ch: Number of Audio channels (1: Mono, 2: Stereo)

esp_err_t i2s_alc_volume_set(audio_element_handle_t i2s_stream, int volume)

Setup volume of stream by using ALC.

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] i2s_stream: The i2s element handle

  • [in] volume: The volume of stream will be set.

esp_err_t i2s_alc_volume_get(audio_element_handle_t i2s_stream, int *volume)

Get volume of stream.

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] i2s_stream: The i2s element handle

  • [in] volume: The volume of stream

esp_err_t i2s_stream_sync_delay(audio_element_handle_t i2s_stream, int delay_ms)

Set sync delay of stream.

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] i2s_stream: The i2s element handle

  • [in] delay_ms: The delay of stream

Structures

struct i2s_stream_cfg_t

I2S Stream configurations Default value will be used if any entry is zero.

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Type of stream

i2s_config_t i2s_config

I2S driver configurations

i2s_port_t i2s_port

I2S driver hardware port

bool use_alc

It is a flag for ALC. If use ALC, the value is true. Or the value is false

int volume

The volume of audio input data will be set.

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

bool stack_in_ext

Try to allocate stack in external memory

int multi_out_num

The number of multiple output

bool uninstall_drv

whether uninstall the i2s driver when stream destroyed

bool need_expand

whether to expand i2s data

i2s_bits_per_sample_t expand_src_bits

The source bits per sample when data expand

Macros

I2S_STREAM_TASK_STACK
I2S_STREAM_BUF_SIZE
I2S_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
I2S_STREAM_TASK_CORE
I2S_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
I2S_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()
I2S_STREAM_INTERNAL_DAC_CFG_DEFAULT()
I2S_STREAM_TX_PDM_CFG_DEFAULT()

PWM Stream

In some cost-sensitive scenarios, the audio signal is not converted by the DAC but is modulated by the PWM (pulse width modulation) and then implemented by a filter circuit. The PWM stream modulates the audio signal with the chip’s PWM and sends out the processed audio. It only has the AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER type. Note that the digital-to-analog conversion by PWM has a lower signal-to-noise ratio.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t pwm_stream_init(pwm_stream_cfg_t *config)

Initialize PWM stream Only support AUDIO_STREAM_READER type.

Return

The audio element handle

Parameters
  • config: The PWM Stream configuration

esp_err_t pwm_stream_set_clk(audio_element_handle_t pwm_stream, int rate, int bits, int ch)

Setup clock for PWM Stream, this function is only used with handle created by pwm_stream_init

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] pwm_stream: The pwm element handle

  • [in] rate: Clock rate (in Hz)

  • [in] bits: Audio bit width (16, 32)

  • [in] ch: Number of Audio channels (1: Mono, 2: Stereo)

Structures

struct audio_pwm_config_t

PWM audio configurations.

Public Members

timer_group_t tg_num

timer group number (0 - 1)

timer_idx_t timer_num

timer number (0 - 1)

int gpio_num_left

the LEDC output gpio_num, Left channel

int gpio_num_right

the LEDC output gpio_num, Right channel

ledc_channel_t ledc_channel_left

LEDC channel (0 - 7), Corresponding to left channel

ledc_channel_t ledc_channel_right

LEDC channel (0 - 7), Corresponding to right channel

ledc_timer_t ledc_timer_sel

Select the timer source of channel (0 - 3)

ledc_timer_bit_t duty_resolution

ledc pwm bits

uint32_t data_len

ringbuffer size

struct pwm_stream_cfg_t

PWM Stream configurations Default value will be used if any entry is zero.

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Type of stream

audio_pwm_config_t pwm_config

driver configurations

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

int buffer_len

pwm_stream buffer length

bool ext_stack

Allocate stack on extern ram

Macros

PWM_STREAM_GPIO_NUM_LEFT
PWM_STREAM_GPIO_NUM_RIGHT
PWM_STREAM_TASK_STACK
PWM_STREAM_BUF_SIZE
PWM_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
PWM_STREAM_TASK_CORE
PWM_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
PWM_CONFIG_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
PWM_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

Raw Stream

The raw stream is used to obtain the output data of the previous element of the connection or to provide the data for the next element of the connection. It does not create a thread. For AUDIO_STREAM_READER, the connection is [i2s] -> [filter] -> [raw] or [i2s] -> [codec-amr] -> [raw]. For AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER, the connection is [raw] ->[codec-mp3]->[i2s].

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t raw_stream_init(raw_stream_cfg_t *cfg)

Initialize RAW stream.

Return

The audio element handle

Parameters
  • cfg: The RAW Stream configuration

int raw_stream_read(audio_element_handle_t pipeline, char *buffer, int buf_size)

Read data from Stream.

Return

Number of bytes actually read.

Parameters
  • pipeline: The audio pipeline handle

  • buffer: The buffer

  • buf_size: Maximum number of bytes to be read.

int raw_stream_write(audio_element_handle_t pipeline, char *buffer, int buf_size)

Write data to Stream.

Return

Number of bytes written

Parameters
  • pipeline: The audio pipeline handle

  • buffer: The buffer

  • buf_size: Number of bytes to write

Structures

struct raw_stream_cfg_t

Raw stream provides APIs to obtain the pipeline data without output stream or fill the pipeline data without input stream. The stream has two types / modes, reader and writer:

  • AUDIO_STREAM_READER, e.g. [i2s]->[filter]->[raw],[i2s]->[codec-amr]->[raw]

  • AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER, e.g. [raw]->[codec-mp3]->[i2s] Raw Stream configurations

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Type of stream

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

Macros

RAW_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
RAW_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

SPIFFS Stream

The SPIFFS stream reads and writes audio data from or into SPIFFS.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t spiffs_stream_init(spiffs_stream_cfg_t *config)

Create a handle to an Audio Element to stream data from SPIFFS to another Element or get data from other elements written to SPIFFS, depending on the configuration the stream type, either AUDIO_STREAM_READER or AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER.

Return

The Audio Element handle

Parameters
  • config: The configuration

Structures

struct spiffs_stream_cfg_t

SPIFFS Stream configuration, if any entry is zero then the configuration will be set to default values.

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Stream type

int buf_sz

Audio Element Buffer size

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

bool write_header

Choose to write amrnb/armwb header in spiffs whether or not (true or false, true means choose to write amrnb header)

Macros

SPIFFS_STREAM_BUF_SIZE
SPIFFS_STREAM_TASK_STACK
SPIFFS_STREAM_TASK_CORE
SPIFFS_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
SPIFFS_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
SPIFFS_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

TCP Client Stream

The TCP client stream reads and writes server data over TCP.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t tcp_stream_init(tcp_stream_cfg_t *config)

Initialize a TCP stream to/from an audio element This function creates a TCP stream to/from an audio element depending on the stream type configuration (e.g., AUDIO_STREAM_READER or AUDIO_STREAM_WRITER). The handle of the audio element is the returned.

Return

The audio element handle

Parameters
  • config: The configuration

Structures

struct tcp_stream_event_msg

TCP Stream massage configuration.

Public Members

void *source

Element handle

void *data

Data of input/output

int data_len

Data length of input/output

esp_transport_handle_t sock_fd

handle of socket

struct tcp_stream_cfg_t

TCP Stream configuration, if any entry is zero then the configuration will be set to default values.

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Type of stream

int timeout_ms

time timeout for read/write

int port

TCP port>

char *host

TCP host>

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

bool ext_stack

Allocate stack on extern ram

tcp_stream_event_handle_cb event_handler

TCP stream event callback

void *event_ctx

User context

Macros

TCP_STREAM_DEFAULT_PORT

TCP stream parameters.

TCP_STREAM_TASK_STACK
TCP_STREAM_BUF_SIZE
TCP_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
TCP_STREAM_TASK_CORE
TCP_SERVER_DEFAULT_RESPONSE_LENGTH
TCP_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

Type Definitions

typedef struct tcp_stream_event_msg tcp_stream_event_msg_t

TCP Stream massage configuration.

typedef esp_err_t (*tcp_stream_event_handle_cb)(tcp_stream_event_msg_t *msg, tcp_stream_status_t state, void *event_ctx)

Enumerations

enum tcp_stream_status_t

Values:

TCP_STREAM_STATE_NONE
TCP_STREAM_STATE_CONNECTED

Tone Stream

The tone stream reads the data generated by tools/audio_tone/mk_audio_tone.py. It only supports the AUDIO_STREAM_READER type.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t tone_stream_init(tone_stream_cfg_t *config)

Create an Audio Element handle to stream data from flash to another Element, only support AUDIO_STREAM_READER type.

Return

The Audio Element handle

Parameters
  • config: The configuration

Structures

struct tone_stream_cfg_t

TONE Stream configurations, if any entry is zero then the configuration will be set to default values.

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Stream type

int buf_sz

Audio Element Buffer size

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

const char *label

Label of tone stored in flash. The default value is flash_tone

bool extern_stack

Task stack allocate on the extern ram

bool use_delegate

Read tone partition with esp_delegate. If task stack is on extern ram, this MUST be TRUE

Macros

TONE_STREAM_BUF_SIZE
TONE_STREAM_TASK_STACK
TONE_STREAM_TASK_CORE
TONE_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
TONE_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
TONE_STREAM_EXT_STACK
TONE_STREAM_USE_DELEGATE
TONE_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

Embed Flash Stream

The embed flash stream reads the data generated by tools/audio_tone/mk_embed_flash.py. It only supports the AUDIO_STREAM_READER type.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t embed_flash_stream_init(embed_flash_stream_cfg_t *config)

Create an Audio Element handle to stream data from flash to another Element, only support AUDIO_STREAM_READER type.

Return

The Audio Element handle

Parameters
  • config: The configuration

esp_err_t embed_flash_stream_set_context(audio_element_handle_t embed_stream, const embed_item_info_t *context, int max_num)

Set the embed flash context.

This function mainly provides information about embed flash data

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] embed_stream: The embed flash element handle

  • [in] context: The embed flash context

  • [in] max_num: The number of embed flash context

Structures

struct embed_flash_stream_cfg_t

Embed flash Stream configurations, if any entry is zero then the configuration will be set to default values.

Public Members

int buf_sz

Audio Element Buffer size

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

bool extern_stack

At present, task stack can only be placed on SRAM, so it should always be set to false

struct embed_item_info

Embed tone information in flash.

Public Members

const uint8_t *address

The corresponding address in flash

int size

Size of corresponding data

Macros

EMBED_FLASH_STREAM_BUF_SIZE
EMBED_FLASH_STREAM_TASK_STACK
EMBED_FLASH_STREAM_TASK_CORE
EMBED_FLASH_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
EMBED_FLASH_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
EMBED_FLASH_STREAM_EXT_STACK
EMBED_FLASH_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

Type Definitions

typedef struct embed_item_info embed_item_info_t

Embed tone information in flash.

TTS Stream

The tex-to-speech stream (TTS stream) obtains the esp_tts_voice data of esp-sr. It only supports the AUDIO_STREAM_READER type.

Application Example

Header File

Functions

audio_element_handle_t tts_stream_init(tts_stream_cfg_t *config)

Create a handle to an Audio Element to stream data from TTS to another Element, the stream type only support AUDIO_STREAM_READER for now.

Return

The Audio Element handle

Parameters
  • config: The configuration

esp_err_t tts_stream_set_strings(audio_element_handle_t el, const char *strings)

Set tts stream strings.

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] el: The audio element handle

  • [in] strings: The string pointer

esp_err_t tts_stream_set_speed(audio_element_handle_t el, tts_voice_speed_t speed)

Setting tts stream voice speed.

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] el: The esp_audio instance

  • [in] speed: Speed will be set. 0-5 is legal. 0 is the slowest speed.

esp_err_t tts_stream_get_speed(audio_element_handle_t el, tts_voice_speed_t *speed)

Get tts stream voice speed.

Return

  • ESP_OK

  • ESP_FAIL

Parameters
  • [in] el: The esp_audio instance

  • [in] speed: Return tts stream Speed will be [0,5]

Structures

struct tts_stream_cfg_t

TTS Stream configurations, if any entry is zero then the configuration will be set to default values.

Public Members

audio_stream_type_t type

Stream type

int buf_sz

Audio Element Buffer size

int out_rb_size

Size of output ringbuffer

int task_stack

Task stack size

int task_core

Task running in core (0 or 1)

int task_prio

Task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

bool ext_stack

Allocate stack on extern ram

Macros

TTS_STREAM_BUF_SIZE
TTS_STREAM_TASK_STACK
TTS_STREAM_TASK_CORE
TTS_STREAM_TASK_PRIO
TTS_STREAM_RINGBUFFER_SIZE
TTS_STREAM_CFG_DEFAULT()

Enumerations

enum tts_voice_speed_t

Values:

TTS_VOICE_SPEED_0
TTS_VOICE_SPEED_1
TTS_VOICE_SPEED_2
TTS_VOICE_SPEED_3
TTS_VOICE_SPEED_4
TTS_VOICE_SPEED_5
TTS_VOICE_SPEED_MAX