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SILK is an audio compression format and audio codec used by Skype. It is developed by Skype Limited. SILK is a replacement for the SVOPC codec.

The SILK codec was a separate development branch from SVOPC and it has been under development for over 3 years.[1] The stable version of SILK was first introduced in Skype 4.0 Beta 3 for Windows, released on January 7, 2009.[2] The final version of Skype 4.0 was released on February 3, 2009.[3][4] On March 3, 2009 Skype Limited announced that the SILK codec will be available for a royalty free license by third-party software and hardware developers soon.[5] To request the SILK binary SDK, anyone must send an email with some mandatory informations, e.g. name, address, phone, description of how they intend to use SILK, etc.[6]

Skype Limited announced that SILK can use sampling frequency 8, 12, 16 or 24 kHz and bit rate from 6 to 40 kbit/s. It can use low algorithmic delay 25 ms (20 ms frame size + 5 ms look-ahead).[7]

First draft of a SILK Speech Codec description was submitted to IETF on July 6, 2009.[8] There is also a first draft of RTP Payload Format and File Storage Format for SILK Speech and Audio Codec.[9]

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References

  1. ^ Michael Stanford (2009-01-13) Skype’s new super-wideband codec, Retrieved 2009-09-01
  2. ^ Skype Journal (2009-01-07) Skype for Windows 4.0 Beta 3 Hotfix Introduces New Audio Codec, Retrieved 2009-09-01
  3. ^ PCWorld (2009-02-04) Skype Upgrade Simplifies VoIP Video Calls, Retrieved 2009-09-01
  4. ^ (2009-02-04) Skype 4.0 audio: smooth as SILK, Retrieved 2009-09-01
  5. ^ Jonathan Christensen (2009-03-03) SILK, our super wideband audio codec, is now available for free, Retrieved 2009-09-01
  6. ^ Skype SILK – Super Wideband Audio Codec, Retrieved 2009-09-01
  7. ^ Skype SILK Data Sheet, Retrieved 2009-09-01
  8. ^ IETF (2009-07-06) SILK Speech Codec - draft-vos-silk-00.txt, Retrieved 2009-09-01
  9. ^ IETF (2009-07-06) RTP Payload Format and File Storage Format for SILK Speech and Audio Codec, Retrieved 2009-09-01

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Simple English

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In history, silk came from China and was very expensive.

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