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MP3 and jdk1.1

 
Alex Iordache
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I am about to make an applet for listening MP3s. Do you know if it's possible in jdk1.1 (as we know, most common browsers include this java version).
Thanks,
Alex
 
Sean MacLean
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It's possible if you can find/write a custom java api for decoding mp3 (jdk1.1 only has support for 8000Hz .au audio files). I believe that Apple Quicktime supports mp3 and there is a Quicktime java api, so this might be a good place to start.
Sean
 
karl koch
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hi,
you can use the JMF - JavaMediaFramework to do so. this is not included in the browser so user needs to get the files first.
JMF exists in a AllJava Version and in a Performancepack version with additional features (relying on native code). Performance Pack is available for Windows and Solaris?? and i think a Linux Version is on the way??
karl
 
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