Playing Mp3 programmatically

Posted on 2006-04-30
Last Modified: 2013-11-13
Hi, i would like to play a mp3 file programmatically with .NET or C++ , how should i go about doing it? What if i have multiple audio cards in my computer...and i would like to play my the audio card of my choice....are there any ways i can do it? I can do the above with DirectSound...but it lack support for mp3. Thanks
Question by:jaxrpc
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    Thanks for the mp3 links...but i am more concerned about able to select the different soundcards for playback in a computer.
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    Ok, here is a sample code that may be helpful... check it out


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