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Hi,

I tried to find a lot what particular type of file format is supported by Java sound API and only get .wav and .aiff are there any other format supported.For Mp3 I came to know there is Java Media Framework but I only found a seven page doc for it which is not enough.What I want to do is to write a player that will play both .wav and mp3.Wavs are supported by Java sound API but mp3s are not.
Is there any other API for this ?

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Arka
 
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I only found a seven page doc for it which is not enough


Why not? What are you looking that is not described in whatever document you found? You will need both JMF and the MP3 plugin for JMF; bot are somewhere on Oracle's web site.
 
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