oggPRO


    Jan 03 2009 | 5:51 pm
    Can oggPRO stream .ogg audio files from hd or is it only to be used over the internet?
    thanks...
    - K

    • Jan 04 2009 | 8:37 am
      If not, is there any other way to stream low-data-mass audio formats (i.e. mp3, ogg/vorbis etc.) without having to decode?
      I need a way to play a rather large amount of audio (about the same as 7-8 audio cd's) in a stand-alone max app (with the audio files in it). And the app should be downloadable for everyone, so .wav or .aiff simply takes up too much hd space.
    • Jan 04 2009 | 11:54 am
      The jit.qt.movie and spigot~ solution might work for you. Have a look at
      the spigot~ help file
      /J
      >
      >If not, is there any other way to stream low-data-mass audio formats
      >(i.e. mp3, ogg/vorbis etc.) without having to decode?
      >
      >I need a way to play a rather large amount of audio (about the same as
      >7-8 audio cd's) in a stand-alone max app (with the audio files in it).
      >And the app should be downloadable for everyone, so .wav or .aiff simply
      >takes up too much hd space.
    • Jan 04 2009 | 11:58 am
      ono wrote:
      > Can oggPRO stream .ogg audio files from hd or is it only to be used over the internet?
      Internet streams only, I never got the file support finished (due to
      lack of motivation).
      Olaf
    • Jan 04 2009 | 2:07 pm
      >Internet streams only, I never got the file support finished (due to
      >lack of motivation).
      oggplay~ and oggwrite~ externals would off course be really cool...
      what could motivate you?
      :-)
      J
    • Jan 04 2009 | 2:15 pm
      Quote: Jakob Riis wrote on Sun, 04 January 2009 15:07
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      > >Internet streams only, I never got the file support finished (due to
      > >lack of motivation).
      >
      > oggplay~ and oggwrite~ externals would off course be really cool...
      > what could motivate you?
      > :-)
      > J
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      I second that! Thanks for your reply's btw. I'll check it out asap.