#1 Support wma/wav files

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nobody
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2006-01-21
2005-11-01
Bill King
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at minimal, browsing/downloading support for wma/wav
files (easy to add), would be a godsend (as most of my
songs are in .wma format) (which ffmpeg supports). I'd
supply a change set, but I can't get the cvs code to
pre-build (anoncvs.kde.org does not exist).

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    kionjb has, for the most part, been put on the back burner.
    So, you're welcome to play with it, but there won't likely
    be much work from the authors in the near future.

    As an aside, I'm working on a FUSE daemon for the Creative
    devices named ZenFS. If you're interested in a prerelease,
    let me know. It also only supports MP3 currently, but if
    you'd like to add support for other formats, I'd accept a patch.

    Cheers,
    Shaun

     
  • Bill King

    Bill King - 2005-11-02

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    Definately, count me in ;) My new job's at a full linux
    coding shop, so, yeah definately looking for good linux
    solutions, and I'm definately willing to help along.

     
  • ace jones

    ace jones - 2006-01-21
    • summary: Doesn't support wma/wav files --> Support wma/wav files
     

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