Author Topic: Accessibility to .mo3?  (Read 10198 times)


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Accessibility to .mo3?
« on: 29 Jun '03 - 16:53 »
This difficult question, but ask anyway.
If start updating music files on my website with MO3 sample format instead of MID format (because faster load and quality more good) will people still able to listen to it?
MO3 getting more popular but seems examples hard to find.


Xyiera Mylanczykocyz


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Re: Accessibility to .mo3?
« Reply #1 on: 30 Jun '03 - 18:54 »
The only player that I know of is XMPlay, but anything that uses a recentish (last few years) version of BASS should handle MO3. I'm planning (when I get time) to knock up a small ActiveX control to allow MO3s to be embedded into webpages.

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: Accessibility to .mo3?
« Reply #2 on: 1 Jul '03 - 11:50 »
That'd be good Boggy... I looked into it myself a while ago, and it looked fairly simple to do - I just couldn't be bothered designing a GUI for it ;D


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Re: Accessibility to .mo3?
« Reply #3 on: 5 Aug '03 - 19:40 »
Boggy, any progress on this?


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Re: Accessibility to .mo3?
« Reply #4 on: 6 Aug '03 - 11:35 »
It's happening... slowly (I've got other things on, like swapping rooms with my sister).