winemp3.acm: link to system libmpg123.so
thunderbird2k at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 09:01:02 CDT 2009
If you are considering to write an additional backend, I would advise
to add a fallback path to directshow. When the gstreamer code enters
mp3 can then easily be added. If directshow for gstreamer isn't
around, just use libmpg123 or use libmpg123 by default and directshow
as a fallback.
On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 2:38 PM, Aric Stewart<aric at codeweavers.com> wrote:
> A quick license check does show that libmad is indeed GPL which means we
> cannot use it in WINE at all.
> Aric Stewart wrote:
>> I am looking into libmad, their programming APIs are completely
>> undocumented so not sure how it works yet. But really it should be easy to
>> add it to the frameworks as well so that either libmpg123 or libmad would be
>> able to be used.
>> But i see this as an addition onto the libmpg123 work instead of a
>> replacement of.
>> Chris Robinson wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 19 August 2009 2:26:37 pm Matteo Bruni wrote:
>>>> What about using more popular libraries as libmad, lame or maybe
>>>> gstreamer to decode mp3 files? I believe someone previously said that
>>>> gstreamer is also available on Mac.
>>> libmad is GPL, and IIRC lame uses libmpg123 or libmad for decoding.
>>> GStreamer seems rather hefty if you just need its mp3 decoder, IMO.
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