[ogg-dev] Using vorbis-java to read an existing file?
conrad at metadecks.org
Wed Feb 3 15:20:59 PST 2010
On 4 February 2010 03:32, Nick Burch <ogg at gagravarr.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Jan 2010, Nick Burch wrote:
>> Assuming so, I'm trying to decide if it's likely to be better to port
>> the missing read parts from C to Java, or start again with something
>> with a more "Java like" api. Having read rfc 3533, I don't think doing a
>> read-only ogg layer api using Java conventions should be too hard to
> I've decided to go for the "write something java-like from scratch"
> option. I've done an ogg layer (with unit tests!) that's able to read,
> write, and round-trip without change existing files. The vorbis layer is
> almost there for info/header/setup in read/write, but there's no encoding
> or decoding of the audio data.
> Would there be any interest in hosting this alongside the current
> (definately write-only) java library?
of course, the more better implementations the better! what vcs are you using?
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