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Offline coramoor

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« Posted 2003-02-25 12:11:53 »

I'm in need of a Java MOD player that will work in an applet. I've tried MicroMod, but I'm having problems with it. It works nice for playback of MOD files, but when I need it to stop playing, there's a delay of a few seconds. I need to switch between the background music pretty fast.
Since this is to be used in an applet, I can't use Audiere or openAL either. The applet uses J2SE1.4.0, so I can't use any MOD player written for 1.1.

I contacted the author of MicroMod, but didn't get any solution to my problem. The problem with MicroMod is that the sound buffer is too big, and javaSound apparently works badly with small buffers..

I'm really stuck here, hope someone here has a solution that will work  Tongue
Offline NielsJ

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-02-25 16:11:48 »

Try Silence:

http://www.gjt.org/~fredde/silence/

Looked at it a while back - seemed ok, but never used it for anything...
Offline coramoor

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2003-02-25 16:16:37 »

"Formats to be implemented:
.it
.mod
.mp3
.s3m
.wav
"

No MOD support yet, it seems.. And there also are no releases of it, I'd have to get it from cvs :-/
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Offline NielsJ

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2003-02-25 16:23:19 »

Must it be .mod? .XM is a better format and converting mod->xm is no loss on your part, or?

Don't need CVS - there's a web-enabled interface that allow you to download a zipfile from anywhere in the source tree..
Offline coramoor

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2003-02-25 18:31:46 »

Thanks, I'll have a look at it..
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