[vorbis] Current hardware requirements for decoding? (skipping problem)
jmejuto at pobox.com
Fri Oct 13 12:27:10 PDT 2000
At 13:24 13/10/00 -0400, you wrote:
>The vorbis FAQ mentions that decoding vorbis should use roughly the same
>resources as decoding MP3's, but that the current source is not optimized. So
>what is the current requirement? I have a Pentium 133 with 64 megs and I
>cannot get .ogg files to play without skipping. I've tried encoding .wav
>files and downloading .ogg files from www.vorbis.com and playing them on
>Winamp with Windows and XMMS and ogg123 on Linux and I always get skipping
>problems. However, .mp3 files play flawlessly on Winamp and XMMS (though not
>on mpg123 for some reason).
Try this plug-in for WinAMP, it should be a bit faster and let me know what
happends. It is based in beta2 with some optimizations (a few)
Jose Mejuto (jmejuto at pobox.com)
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