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Hello everyone,


I am wondering how to play sound (for example, .wav, .mp3, etc.) on J2ME platform, especially Foundation profile. Can anyone provide any resources?


Thanks in advance,
George

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hmm. If I remember right, java doesn't support those file extensions. I think it supports weird ones like au, aiff, and stuff like that. But, I do think it supports .wav files.

Maybe someone will correct me if I'm wrong

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it'll support .au, but i think javasound is needed for wavs.

for mp3's, theres:
MP3SPI, which needs javasound
tritonus
There's another good one that I've used, but I can't remember what it was called.

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Thanks server_crash,

hmm. If I remember right, java doesn't support those file extensions. I think it supports weird ones like au, aiff, and stuff like that. But, I do think it supports .wav files.

Maybe someone will correct me if I'm wrong

I think if there are 3rd party libraries which can be used on Foundation platform of J2ME, it is also OK. Do you know any solutions?

I think if Java's built-in approach of playing .au music file can be used on Foundation platform, it is also Ok. Do you know any solutions?


regards,
George

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Thanks Phaelax,

it'll support .au, but i think javasound is needed for wavs.

for mp3's, theres:
MP3SPI, which needs javasound
tritonus
There's another good one that I've used, but I can't remember what it was called.

Your reply is very helpful. I have found the resources of "tritonus" and I am learning how to use it. I am wondering whether you have used it on Foundation platform of J2ME?

I have another question. What means "javasound" in your reply? Can you provide some online resources dealing with it?


regards,
George

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Thanks for all the people who helped me on this thread.


regards,
George

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