[Speex-dev] Fwd: [Vorbis-dev] Flash Vorbis player

zmorris at mac.com zmorris at mac.com
Fri Oct 3 07:13:41 PDT 2008

Hey everyone, I saw over on the Vorbis-Dev list that they ported Ogg  
Vorbis over to Flash.  Just wondering if this would be possible for  
Speex, and also if you have considered an iPhone implementation.  I  
know that Apple is really hesitant to anger AT&T, but with Google's  
Android, VOIP on cell phones is just around the corner.  Ironically  
voice bandwidth is set to go way down because of it, so I never could  
understand why cell phone companies were so resistant to it.  And  
Adobe just ported Flash to the iPhone so that's just around the corner  
too.  Here is the message:

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Arek Korbik <arkadini at gmail.com>
> Date: October 2, 2008 9:58:35 PM MDT
> To: vorbis-dev at xiph.org
> Subject: [Vorbis-dev] Flash Vorbis player
> Hi,
> I wanted to let you know that I have just made available the sources
> to the ogg + vorbis implementation in haXe, which I've been working on
> for last couple of weeks. The code compiles to an swf file playable in
> Flash Player 10.
> A demo of a simple player implementation (latest Flash 10 required):
> http://people.xiph.org/~arek/pg/hx/test.html
> and the sources, in a bzr branch, currently at:
> http://people.xiph.org/~arek/bzr/fogg.dev
> The code is based on Cortado's JOrbis, hence the license is LGPL.
> There are still some issues, as you will probably notice if you try
> the demo, but the performance seems promising - just using the new
> flash.Vector type from Flash 10, seems to make it ~4 times faster than
> a version using the old Array type.
> Hopefully now more people will be able to look at the source and
> improve it further.
> Any feedback will be greatly appreciated, I really do hope we can make
> it usable outside of our community.
> Arek
> p.s. There's a bit more info in my blog post at:
>       http://barelyfocused.net/blog/2008/10/03/flash-vorbis-player/
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