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Old 06-22-2015, 01:53 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by mviljamaa View Post
The output does match exactly when the hamming is disabled, but the hamming should be correct (it only works through the length of the array that's passed to it, unless it would get a wrong address to start from?), so rather I believe that applying it simply displays an error in the buffer pointers. I'll check the buffer size.
Maybe instead of applying the Hamming window you could simply set the first sample of data[] to zero. That way you the output should still match the input, but then you can see where each buffer starts.

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