Author Topic: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?  (Read 20675 times)

chrono

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Most likely in Xmms.

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #1 on: 8 Sep '02 - 13:10 »
UNMO3 (available on the MO3 page) can be used to decode MO3 files, and then the output can be played by any MOD player.

There's some example source-code on the MO3 page, using UNMO3 to add MO3 playback support to BASSMOD. The same could be applied to Xmms, or any MOD player.

The next UNMO3 release will also have support for stdin/stdout, so it'll be possible to use without producing any intermediate files.

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #2 on: 23 Sep '02 - 11:53 »
I've whipped together an XMMS plugin, which you can find on the BASS page.

It seems to work quite nicely and sound's purty, but it's my first attempt at an XMMS plugin, so improvements/fixes are welcomed, nay, needed ;D

A config dialog with options for surround sound (etc...) would be nice ;)

Ralesk

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Re: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #3 on: 23 Sep '02 - 18:26 »
l33t ;D

OldFrog

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Re: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #4 on: 24 Nov '02 - 14:43 »
Ok, and is there any chance to create .mo3
or convert .mod,.xm,.it to mo3 under linux??

Thanks,
OldFrog.

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #5 on: 24 Nov '02 - 21:08 »
Yep, the MO3 Encoder also includes a Linux version. Encoding a MOD file to a MO3 can be as simple as typing...
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mo3enc filename
...but you can also adjust various options.

wayne

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Re:Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #6 on: 24 Mar '04 - 17:11 »
how do you install the xmms plugin? ???

Ian @ un4seen

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Re:Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #7 on: 26 Mar '04 - 15:29 »
Instructions are in the libbassmod.c file...

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installation:
put libbassmod.so in your xmms "Input" plugins directory
put bassmod.so in your "/usr/lib" directory

wayne

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Re:Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #8 on: 28 Mar '04 - 14:56 »
 ::)
Thanks, I didn't think to read the c file.

6502

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Re: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #9 on: 13 May '09 - 15:22 »
Yeah, nice, but xmms project is dead and now Audacious is only plugin-able player. So what about this version of mo3 decoder ?

Dotpitch

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Re: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #10 on: 13 May '09 - 17:07 »
Yeah, nice, but xmms project is dead and now Audacious is only plugin-able player. So what about this version of mo3 decoder?
You can use BASS for Linux to build your own player.

saga

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Re: Is there any chance to play .mo3 under linux?
« Reply #11 on: 13 May '09 - 17:42 »
or, as only mod output is needed, bassmod.