Enable render downmixing to mono in AudioProcessing.

In practice, we have been doing this since time immemorial, but have
relied on the user to do the downmixing (first voice engine then
Chromium). It's more logical for this burden to fall on AudioProcessing,
however, who can be expected to know that this is a reasonable approach
for AEC. Permitting two render channels results in running two AECs

Critically, in my recent change to have Chromium adopt the float
I removed the downmixing by Chromium, forgetting that we hadn't yet
enabled this feature in AudioProcessing. This corrects that oversight.

The change in paths hit by production users is very minor. As commented
it required adding downmixing to the int16_t path to satisfy
bit-exactness tests.

For reference, find the ApmTest.Process errors here:

TESTED=listened to the files output from the Process test, and verified
that they sound as expected: higher echo while the AEC is adapting, but
afterwards very close.

R=aluebs@webrtc.org, bjornv@webrtc.org, kwiberg@webrtc.org

Review URL: https://webrtc-codereview.appspot.com/31459004

git-svn-id: http://webrtc.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/data@7292 4adac7df-926f-26a2-2b94-8c16560cd09d
2 files changed
tree: cb61796c0011c77836a3cbf4ebe671b4ffd5c953
  1. audio_processing/
  2. common_video/
  3. rtp_rtcp/
  4. voice_engine/