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Mp3 Decoder/Player

Does anyone have come across a Mp3 Player/Decoder written completely in Delphi/Pascal? Don't Pass on the C/C++ stuff!
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ilango
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BoRiSCommented:
ilango

there is alot around the net..

www.delphi-exchange.com
www.torry.ru
www.delphideli.com
 etc...

the ones on the torry page are great...

Later
BoRiS
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ilangoAuthor Commented:
What I need is the Delphi Component to decode MP3 files not to use other engines (Winamp etc.,) to do it.
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MatveyCommented:
This is a good one (a DLL + Delphi component):

http://members.tripod.com/~Mayevski/programs/mpegplay.html

--Matvey
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bryan7Commented:
I have a component to play it, and also has the possibility to decode the mp3 to
 a wav file.

bryan

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ilangoAuthor Commented:
I need only in Delphi, No DLLs , C/C++  Code.
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bryan7Commented:
I'm sorry then, what I have is a DLL for using with Delphi.I got the source code too, but in C++.

It comes with 2 pas files, which you must install to the components pallete.
One component is a SlideBar(trackbar) specially for the player.The other component
is the MP3 player.

when you make a program using it, you must specify the path to the DLL lib, so the lib is added to the executable. It comes with a very well explained README.TXT with all the functions and so.

If you want it, just tell me,

bryan =)

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bryan7Commented:
It comes with a demostration player. (the source)

it works,

bryan
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MatveyCommented:
Bryan, I think we have the same thing in mind.

There are no players that don't use any dlls. Though it is there somewhere, you naver touch it really - you have the component to interface with it. You should at least try it before you reject any such thing...
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bryan7Commented:
Hi,

but once the program that uses the component is is compiled, you don't need
the DLL anymore.

bryan
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ilangoAuthor Commented:
Look guys I have all the source code  for mp3 players and decoders for exe or dll, but all of them are in c/c++. All I want to know is whether anyone has a pascal/delphi code for decoding. Iam looking for some Pascal/Delphi Guru who can convert all those c/C++ files to pascal/Delphi. Anyway thanks for your efforts.
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MatveyCommented:
Try contacting Bugsy or the co-author: Bugsy@i.am

They wrote the C code, and propably can advice you about some Pascal translation...
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dwwangCommented:
Will this help? It's said to include Delphi source,
but I don't know if it is also a front end player.

http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/2371/dmp3.zip

If it's not the decoder source, simply reject this answer.

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