I am trying to write a media player in c# which will be able to play .ogg video files which contain Theora video and Vorbis audio streams. <br><br>Currently I am using LibOgg and LibTheora (via a SWIG generated wrapper). This currently is able to decode the video and output it to the screen. I would like to use LibVorbis to decode the audio stream. Looking at the documentation it looks like I have to use LibVorbis and not the more popular Vorbis APIs.
<br><br>With Theora I currently go through the below proccess<br><br> Get a Packet Out LibOgg<br><br> Pass the Packet to Theroa to decode<br><br> Get the YUV frame to display from Theora<br><br><br>I was hoping to do the same with LibVorbis but I am a little confused by all the methods in
Codec.h. Which functions are expecting the raw packet from LibOgg and can I then simply get the raw PCM data to play, like I can with LibTheora or is it more complicated. <br><br>Is all the talk of framing in Codec.h just Ogg which I am using LibOgg for or is it something different and acautlly part of the Vorbis codec itself.
<br><br>Any help to point me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.<br><br>Charlie<br>