|[Files] Amiga-friendly Musepack (audio)||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 28-May-2004 22:22 GMT by Shy Keidar||7 comments|
New audio codec supporting Motorola 68K/PPC-based computers
The Musepack (MPC) audio codec has finally completed its transition to the open source world.|
The official website contains highly portable LGPL-licensed source code with floating and fixed-point math modes which can be easily compiled on AmigaOS/MorphOS.
Also included is the complete SV7-1.15r codec source (including encoder) which can also be compiled on AmigaOS/MorphOS.
Musepack's outstanding sound quality has been proven several times on public listening tests, as well as outstanding speed.
All the details and links can be found on the official site: www.musepack.net
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|Comment 1||damn||30-May-2004 06:14 GMT|
|Comment 2||Don Cox||Registered user||30-May-2004 07:13 GMT|
|Comment 3||Felix||30-May-2004 12:38 GMT|
|Amiga-friendly Musepack (audio) : Comment 4 of 7||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Daniel W on 30-May-2004 14:10 GMT|
|So give it to me so I can extend TheMPegEncGUI with an encoder and decoder and possibly a player then! :-)|
I couldn't find anything about PPC or 68k in the archive I found at www.musetech.net. Where is this source. Or even better: Has anyone compiled a 68k version yet that I can try?! (I'm not too good with gcc)
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