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    Err, where can I download the mp3 audio decoder codec ?? anyone know ?
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  • #2
    Originally posted by IntellaWorks
    Err, where can I download the mp3 audio decoder codec ?? anyone know ?
    What are you wanting to do? Are you wanting to do the MP3 decoding and playback yourself? DirectX plays MP3's already for example... why do you want this?

    You can get the "real" deal from Thomson media (www.mp3licensing.com), that is what we did and they give you an SDK and sample code. Just depends on what you are wanting to do. The SDK from Thomson also covers mp3PRO.
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    • #3
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      Well, the machine configuration I'm currently working on does not have an mp3 decoder. (nLited XP pro) I'd like to install it, if possible, so that it can de-compress and play the files, w/o re-building a new version of nLite. I took out Media Player 6.4 core in nLite (thinking mediaplayer 10) would throw in an mp3 codec.. but aparently it does not..
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      • #4
        Originally posted by IntellaWorks
        Well, the machine configuration I'm currently working on does not have an mp3 decoder. (nLited XP pro) I'd like to install it, if possible, so that it can de-compress and play the files, w/o re-building a new version of nLite. I took out Media Player 6.4 core in nLite (thinking mediaplayer 10) would throw in an mp3 codec.. but aparently it does not..
        Ahh... if your using DirectX/DirectShow for playback you can just install a MP3 DirectShow filter and you will be all set. If you need one, let me know.
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        • #5
          I just posted it the other day, search my posts
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            http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=44354
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            • #7
              Thnx

              Thanks I was actually just checking back to post how I fig'd it out... but yea thats exactly what I was looking for.. My luck was that the day I was looking this website was down: MPEG layer 3 Codec

              Frodo's post has the same file you'd get from my website..

              Thanx for the response guys very helpful !
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Bitoholic
                Ahh... if your using DirectX/DirectShow for playback you can just install a MP3 DirectShow filter and you will be all set. If you need one, let me know.

                Eventually I might change my front end over to use directx / direct show and yea at that point the filter would definatly help... I'm not entirely convinced that VB.net can handle Directx as efficiently as say C++... WHats your take on that ?? I'm probably only doing some basic graphics/ audio playback... maybe blurring out a background screen to make a foreground screen more readable... and maybe tilting back a GPS window to give it a 3rd person view instead of a birdseye... stuff like that..
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