Now that it is possible to buy irrKlang and irrEdit licenses
, it's time for some marketing. ;-)
No - kidding aside - I just created a video showing irrKlang in action inside of irrEdit - possible with the next release of irrEdit, scheduled for the next week. I first uploaded the video to youtube, but then I noticed youtube seems not to support stereo sound. And mono is a bit limiting if you want to demonstrate 3D sound :) So I uploaded it to Martins
server (thanks!), but you now need more bandwidth to watch it because I wasn't able to reduce it more. So here are both options:
One other nice thing about it is that I am playing some random mp3 file in 3D space in that video. Most 3D sound engine implementations won't allow this because mp3 streams are usually in stereo, and stereo sound sources make not much sense in 3D. But irrKlang doesn't care, of course. It doesn't complain and just plays the stream.