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Play MP3 file and read MP3 header without using any Activex Controls in VB 5.0/6.0

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How to Play MP3 file and read MP3 header without using any Activex Controls in VB 5.0/6.0.
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You cannot.
You need to decode the .mp3.. and vb is not fast enough.
You need a .dll that was compiled from c or c++ or something.
Now the .mp3 itself has the header info in the last 128 bytes
(I think 128..look at an .mp3 in a hex editor and you will see
it) (you can open .mp3 for binary to read it too)
Sorry but thats the way it is.
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yes, you can read the header!
You waited long time for the real answer.

Download Example here:
selnes.net/test.zip

Only one limit to the code: It does not suport the new idtag 2.0

Best regards
Thor
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by:thor918
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oops did not read all here.
But, the code here does show you how to read the header. Not ro play the mp3 without ocx.
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Correction
Not how to play the mp3 without ocx.

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