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Is STM32F401VC Discovery Board suitable to implement the LIBMAD into it for decoding MP3 purpose?

Question asked by wei_peng.kwan on Jan 6, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 8, 2015 by wei_peng.kwan

I am currently developing an application based on the STM32F401VC-Discovery Board to decode the MP3 data anhd play it out as WAV. I have tried different methods as suggested by everyone but comes out with no result as all. I found out the main problem seems to be dealing with the malloc side as the board cannot allocate the required memory. So, I opt for the optimized version of Libmad from Philips. Still, nothing happened. Can somebody tell me whether is this STM32F401 suitable for the Libmad or shall I changed the board to STM32F407 (maybe)? Below are some details about the STM32F401:-
  • Memories
  • Up to 256 Kbytes of Flash memory
  • Up to 64 Kbytes of SRAM
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Thank you.