If you mean WebAudio's .decodeAudioData(), then you could use it
manually via routing from JS to OpenAL, e.g. by contributing an
extension to the OpenAL JS audio library do that (I think native
OpenAL side has extensions that allow passing in compresssed audio
One note though is that use of .decodeAudioData() API is definitely
recommended for only very short audio clips, since that API only has
the possibility to decode the whole audio clip in full, which means
the memory usage will easily blow up on the orders of 100s of MBs for
music clips, and take up 20 seconds+ worth a 100% CPU core when run on
mobile devices on ~5 minutes long files. Implementing an on the fly
streaming solution is a necessity when implementing music playback.
For short audio clips though, the decode up front route sounds
2018-03-07 17:47 GMT+02:00 Joshua Astray <joshua.astray...@gmail.com>:
> Can we use browser's built-in decoder for OpenAL?
> I can find some test code that use .ogg file with SDL audio, and I think it
> should be compiled with --use-preload-plugin so that browser will decode the
> .ogg files.
> But how can we use .ogg files with OpenAL? I dont want to import the
> libvorbis/libogg if possible, because that will increase the size of
> compiled file.
> Thank you for any help.
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