and refactored C++ interface and includes major new features like audio stream seeking and playback speed adjustments also for the non-DirectSound drivers, some of those features are shown in this screen shot of the added new example application:
The example is basically a minimal cross platform audio player for different file formats, with some unusual options such as the playback speed adjuster, and it is funny to play around with this. The example runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux and uses FLTK as UI library. The full source of this application as well as its precompiled binaries are included in the irrKlang SDK and may be extended freely: If you ever wanted to build your own Winamp or iTunes clone, just download and go
five comments, already:
congratulations, your multimedia section lacks only a video player now :)
stef_ - 05 11 07 - 22:45
Why not using wxWidgets instead of fltk ?
izguit (link) - 06 11 07 - 10:50
Virion (link) - 06 11 07 - 11:17
There’s a typo in the changelog
Software devices such as ALSA, WinMM and CoreAudio also support teh setPlaybackSpeed() functionality now.
Sylence - 06 11 07 - 18:57
FLTK: because wxWidgets is too big.
ah, thanks :)
niko - 07 11 07 - 06:34