play mp3 files from python
cliechti at gmx.net
Mon Oct 27 19:20:55 CET 2003
pythonguy at Hotpop.com (Anand Pillai) wrote in
news:84fc4588.0310262253.6692d942 at posting.google.com:
> This question has been asked many times here before.
> mpg123 is a pretty good player for linux and unix systems
> . Perhaps you can consider writing a python extension for it.
> It would benefit the python community I think.
ure use an existing one:
altough it uses curses and linux/posix features, probably no option for the
> For information on how to write extensions consult the
> python documentation, at http://www.python.org/doc/current
> JanC <usenet_spam at janc.invalid> wrote in message
> news:<Xns9420347E5763AJanC at 184.108.40.206>...
>> Adam Endicott <x at x.com> schreef:
>> > I got all excited when iTunes was released for Windows. Then I was
>> > quickly disappointed when I found out it only works for XP or 2000
>> > (I'm out of luck with 98 or ME). So I figured, hey, I've been
>> > wanting to write my own python player anyway, why not make a
>> > PyTunes?
>> > I hit my first stumbling block almost immediately. I can't seem to
>> > find an easy module that will let me play an mp3 file. I'm sure it
>> > must be out there, but I can't figure it out (I'm a newbie to all
>> > but the most simple Python scripts, and I know nothing about audio
>> > processing).
>> Bookmarked but never tried this: <http://audiere.sourceforge.net/>
>> The "features" mention working on Windows and having Python
Chris <cliechti at gmx.net>
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