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[Files] Amiga-friendly Musepack (audio)ANN.lu
Posted on 28-May-2004 22:22 GMT by Shy Keidar7 comments
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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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Amiga-friendly Musepack (audio) : Comment 7 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Seed on 02-Jun-2004 08:57 GMT

I'm in charge of PR for the project. If you have any questions regarding the source and/or compiling, feel free to write to my address on the http://www.musepack.net site (Contacts section) or join the 'User' IRC channel. I own Amigas and I know the source is compilable and runs pretty nicely on PPCs (a 40 MHz 040 could easily handle decoding too, but it hasn't been tested, to my knowledge). CISC (of MorphOS fame) already compiled the decoder binary for use on a PowerUp card, using an earlier source. The source available on the site now is much easier to work with.

Good luck.
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