[speex-dev] Official GUI Speex player

Jeff Stoner jstoner at blackboard.com
Wed Jun 18 12:01:14 PDT 2003

On Wed, 2003-06-18 at 13:49, Tyler Knott wrote:
> Where can I find this?  The main problem with this is that even though 
> there are wav players for other platforms they would need to have a 
> speex decoder as well.

http://www.openacm.org and is an encoder/decoder in one package

Remember, Ogg is the outer layer surrounding the speex content, like an
envelope that holds a letter.

> I really don't have the skills to develop anything like this right now, 
> its just an idea currently.

A "rough and tumble" player that can be distributed with content to
allow for those people lacking a more functional player isn't a bad idea
at all. There is a lot of complexity associated with it, though. Even if
you elect to just have a command-line player, there's still the audio
interface to deal with.

Not impossible, just careful coding.

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