[Vorbis-dev] Can you provide me some information on music players using ogg.
conrad at metadecks.org
Tue Apr 7 09:20:16 PDT 2009
2009/4/7 Diptopal Basu <diptopal.basu at gmail.com>:
> Hi ,
> I am planning to use an open source .ogg player on my ARM simulator on
> QEMU ( for ARM Application Baseboard ) .
> So far I have been able to bring up a Linux kernel 188.8.131.52 on the
> simulator . Right not I want an open source ogg vorbis player which I can
> use to call the libraries and play some files . However the catch is that I
> need the APIs exposed of the player application to me . I am thinking of
> using the ovplayer 1.1 but that looks old ( 2002 ) . Can I use the player
> still , please advice .
what audio output are you using? are you writing the audio interfacing
or do you want to use a player that already handles that?
Perhaps you could just run ogg123 and use its remote control
interface, where you can load, play, pause files over a control pipe.
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