BASSOPUS 2.4
Copyright (c) 2012-2017 Un4seen Developments Ltd. All rights reserved.

Files that you should have found in the BASSOPUS package
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Win32 version
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BASSOPUS.TXT    This file
BASSOPUS.DLL    BASSOPUS module
BASSOPUS.CHM    BASSOPUS documentation
X64\
  BASSOPUS.DLL    64-bit BASSOPUS module
C\              C/C++ API...
  BASSOPUS.H      BASSOPUS C/C++ header file
  BASSOPUS.LIB    BASSOPUS import library
  X64\
    BASSOPUS.LIB    64-bit BASSOPUS import library
VB\             Visual Basic API...
  BASSOPUS.BAS    BASSOPUS Visual Basic module
DELPHI\         Delphi API...
  BASSOPUS.PAS    BASSOPUS Delphi unit

MacOSX version
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BASSOPUS.TXT    This file
LIBBASSOPUS.DYLIB  BASSOPUS module
BASSOPUS.CHM    BASSOPUS documentation
BASSOPUS.H      BASSOPUS C/C++ header file

Linux version
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BASSOPUS.TXT    This file
LIBBASSOPUS.SO  BASSOPUS module
BASSOPUS.CHM    BASSOPUS documentation
BASSOPUS.H      BASSOPUS C/C++ header file
X64\
  LIBBASSOPUS.SO  64-bit BASSOPUS module


What's the point?
=================
BASSOPUS is an extension to the BASS audio library, enabling the playing of
Opus encoded files.


Requirements
============
BASS 2.4 is required.


Using BASSOPUS
==============
The plugin system (see BASS_PluginLoad) can be used to add Opus support to
the standard BASS stream (and sample) creation functions. Dedicated Opus
stream creation functions are also provided by BASSOPUS.

The usage information in the BASS.TXT file (from the BASS package) is also
applicable to BASSOPUS and other add-ons.

TIP: The BASSOPUS.CHM file should be put in the same directory as the BASS.CHM
     file, so that the BASSOPUS documentation can be accessed from within the
     BASS documentation.


Latest Version
==============
The latest versions of BASSOPUS & BASS can be found at the BASS website:

	www.un4seen.com


Licence
=======
BASSOPUS is free to use with BASS.

TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, BASSOPUS IS PROVIDED
"AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND/OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE AUTHORS SHALL NOT BE HELD
LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE THAT MAY RESULT FROM THE USE OF BASSOPUS. YOU USE
BASSOPUS ENTIRELY AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Usage of BASSOPUS indicates that you agree to the above conditions.

All trademarks and other registered names contained in the BASSOPUS
package are the property of their respective owners.


History
=======
These are the major (and not so major) changes at each version stage.
There are of course bug fixes and other little improvements made along
the way too! To make upgrading simpler, all functions affected by a
change to the BASSOPUS interface are listed.

2.4.1.9 - 24/1/2017
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* Updated to libOpus 1.1.4

2.4.1.8 - 4/8/2016
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* Updated to libOpus 1.1.3

2.4.1.7 - 14/1/2016
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* Updated to libOpus 1.1.2

2.4.1.6 - 11/12/2015
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* Updated to libOpus 1.1.1
* ppc architecture (PowerPC) support dropped on OSX

2.4.1.4 - 17/7/2015
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* Retrieval and overriding of the Opus "output gain" header field
	BASS_ATTRIB_OPUS_GAIN attribute

2.4.1.3 - 12/12/2013
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* Updated to libOpus 1.1

2.4.1.1 - 1/8/2013
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* Updated to libOpus 1.0.3

2.4.1 - 25/2/2013
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* Chained Opus file pre-scanning is now optional
	BASS_STREAM_PRESCAN (BASS_OPUS_StreamCreateFile/User flag)
	BASS_CONFIG_OGG_PRESCAN (BASS_SetConfig option)
* Bitstream seeking and count retrieval in chained Opus files
	BASS_POS_OGG (BASS_ChannelSetPosition/ChannelGetLength mode)
* Bitstream syncs are no longer automatically "mixtime"
	BASS_SYNC_OGG_CHANGE (BASS_ChannelSetSync type)
* Updated to libOpus 1.0.2

2.4 - 17/8/2012
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* First release


Credits
=======
Opus decoding is based on libOpus, Copyright 2001-2011 Xiph.Org,
 Skype Limited, Octasic, Jean-Marc Valin, Timothy B. Terriberry,
 CSIRO, Gregory Maxwell, Mark Borgerding, Erik de Castro Lopo


Bug reports, Suggestions, Comments, Enquiries, etc...
=====================================================
If you have any of the aforementioned please visit the BASS forum at
the website.