[vorbis-dev] J-Ogg is available
Tor-Einar_Jarnbjo at grosch-link.de
Tue Apr 8 14:27:31 PDT 2003
I think the software is ripe enough for a broader audience now, so I would
just like to inform you about the Java library J-Ogg, available from
- Open source & free.
- Decoding of Ogg-encapsulated Vorbis and FLAC streams.
- Support for local files, single files over HTTP, icecast streams over
- Plugins for JMF (Java Media Framework).
- J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) support, making the library usable on small,
portable devices (if the JVM and the CPU is fast enough).
- May be used from a Java applet embedded on a web page, e.g. for internet
radio or "music-on-demand".
- An applet built with Vorbis and icecast support only is less than 30kB!
- The applet requires a Java Runtime Environment version 1.3 (or newer).
- Decoding requires a relatively fast CPU. A 128kbps Vorbis stream would
probably need something like a Pentium 150MHz to decode in realtime.
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