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Posted by Princess [send private reply] at April 22, 2002, 02:32:43 AM

Hi, i really need to make a simple MP3 player (but it needs to look fairly complicated) but i am not very good at coding,,,actually i suck at it. I need help if anyone out there has made one before and i nice and sweet and caring enough to help me that would be fantastic!
Please e-mail me at marea_69@hotmail.com
Just let me know what you can do!
Thankyou soooooo much!
Princess xx

Posted by gian [send private reply] at April 22, 2002, 03:18:12 AM

Ummmmm... Might pay to look at an opensource MP3 library like MPG123, and see what it can offer.

Posted by Faisal [send private reply] at April 22, 2002, 11:52:08 AM

what do you know? if you suck at programming, why are you attempting to make an mp3 player

Posted by RedX [send private reply] at April 22, 2002, 12:38:37 PM

To get better, Perhaps?


Posted by metamorphic [send private reply] at April 22, 2002, 01:50:52 PM

That reminds me. I hate it when people say 'email me the answer/help/code'. you should never ask people to email you answers. If someone helps you, it will be over the forums. If someone can't be bothered to check the forum for an answer then maybe we can't be bothered to answer it.

Posted by unknown_lamer [send private reply] at April 22, 2002, 03:14:43 PM

I wrote an mp3 player once. I am sort of still working on it, but it has been
well over a year or so since the last release. I mainly did it to experiment
with fork and exec, but then I added a ncurses interface and some other
stuff to it. Then I decided to rewrite it using a "good" design and pthreads...
after a long time of off and on work I was almost done fixing my stupid pthreads
mistakes...and then my file systems decided to barf on me. Oh well. It was
useless anyway. Anyway, for decoding I used libmpegsound, part of splay
at http://splay.sf.net . Of course, we should all switch to Ogg Vorbis now...

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