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Is it possible to play MP3 files using program written in Delphi? How?
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Yes it is, there are plenty of components that play MP3 files for use with Delphi.

Check http://www.delphipages.com/

under the audio/MP3 section

Best Regards,

Jorge del Conde
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by:foxvision
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Thanks, JConde. It saves me a lot of time searhing the net. You deserve the points.
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Best wishes!

Jorge
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You should go on www.xaudio.com - there is a Xaudio SDK.It contains one component for Delphi - XAudioPlayer.With it you can not only play bur encode/decode mp3's!
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