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    bockymurphy is offline Member
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    Default JAVA MP3 / ogg support

    Hi,
    Any ideas on how to stream audio types such as mp3 and ogg.. ?

    The Oracle website says yes.

    But I've read that you need JavaMediaFramework (JMF) to run this with the mp3 plugin from
    JMF MP3 Plugin.
    Here's where I'm confused..
    Oracle lets you download this but doesn't maintain JMF anymore and has no mp3 or ogg support in the up-to-date standard javax.sound.sampled api.

    I understand there are propriety options too...

    I found this relating to the whole matter too How to stream mp3 using pure Java - Stack Overflow

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    Default Re: JAVA MP3 / ogg support

    Do you mean that you want to make the computer play the mp3 music?

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    Default Re: JAVA MP3 / ogg support

    Yes, I', looking at developing a system for a college project that a java based server will stream audio to a java based client using sockets. As audio files such as .wav are expensive to transfer I'll need a "better" audio format for streaming. But yes I would also need to know that when the data gets to the client machine how I can play it, directly from the socket stream.

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