we have a guy working on he stuff right now. there are some weird things
about it like having to make images for the strings that are a pain... if
you have example source we could look at it would sure help things
along...

elrod

On Mon, 2 Aug 1999, Chris Porter wrote:

> Hi Mark -
> 
> I will check out V1.3.
> 
> BTW, how is V2.0 coming along with support for the raveMP?
> 
> We are now shipping so I'll get a couple of production samples out to you
> ASAP.
> 
> FYR, I'll be in Korea and Japan until the 11th.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Chris Porter
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> 
> 
>               -----Original Message-----
>               From:   Mark B. Elrod [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>               Sent:   Thursday, July 29, 1999 6:34 PM
>               To:     FreeAmp Developer List
>               Subject:        [RELEASE] FreeAmp version 1.3 
> 
>               I just updated the website with the latest release of
> FreeAmp. Thanks to
>               everyone who has helped out. If we accidentally left someone
> out of the
>               authors file let us know so we can remedy the situation.
>               Here is the list of changes:
> 
>               Changes for Linux and Windows version 1.3.0:
>       
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
>               - Fixed support for MPEG-1,2 layer 2 files
>               - Fixed 'LMC cannot decode, corrupt media?' bug
>               - Added PreBuffer support
>               - Added HTTP proxy support (thanks to Alan Cutter for the
> patch)
>               - Improved audio pipeline with much clearer model and common
> base
>               classes
>               - Added support for selecting network card for streaming
> plugins
>               - Added Linux Enlightened Sound Daemon support. (thanks go
> to Isaac
>               Richards)
>               - Added icecast style title streaming support
>               - Added ncurses UI for unix (thanks go to Stephan Auerhahn)
>               - Fixed lots of the volume bugs for win98/95
>               - Fixed "tray menu hanging around" bug
>               - Fixed "Lack of changelog"... here it is!
>               - You can now use FreeAmp to play files directly from
> Netscape
>               - Random playing is now actually random and non repeating,
> repeating,
>                 repeating, repeating...
> 
> 
>               Changes for Linux and Windows version 1.2.3:
>       
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>               - Fixed support for MPEG 2.5 streams and files
>               - Windows release now uses Jean-Michel HERVE's x86
> optimizations
>               - Added support for saving incoming SHOUTcast/HTTP streams
> to disk,
>                 (enabled by the "-save" command-line argument or the
> "SaveStreams"
>                 preference on Linux).  See the README for more
> information.
>               - Added an install-freeamp script for Linux
> 
>               Changes for Linux version 1.2.2:
>       
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>               - Incorporated x86 assembly MP3 decoder optimizations from
>                 "Jean-Michel HERVE" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> 
>               - Added support for a preferences file in ~/.freeamp_prefs
>                 The command-line properties are no longer supported.
>                 See the README for more information.
> 
>               Changes for Windows version 1.2.1:
>       
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>               - Fixed minimization bugs
> 
>               Changes for Windows version 1.2:
>       
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>               - All cool changes listed for Linux Below +
> 
>               - Real Playlist Support
> 
>               - Save playlists to your Rio
> 
>               - Live in tray
> 
>               - Pref Panel
> 
>               Changes for Linux version 1.2:
>       
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>               - Added assembly decoder optimizations, input and output
> buffering.
>               FreeAmp
>                 should now be able to play audio uninterrupted, unless the
> load
>                 on the machine gets too great. FreeAmp is now much less
> processor
>                 intensive, while consuming more memory.
> 
>               - Added support for SHOUTcast, HTTP and RTP streaming. You
> can now
>               specify
>                 a file, an http://, or a rtp:// on the command line. For
> more
>               information
>                 on SHOUTcast, please see http://icecast.linuxpower.org or
>                 http://www.shoutcast.com
> 
>               - Logging support. Using the Logging, LogInput, LogDecode
> properties
>                 the user can now log debug information and errors to the
> file
>               freeamp.log.
>                 This will allow the freeamp team to debug problems with
> versions of
>               FreeAmp
>                 in the field.
> 
>               - VBR stream support. FreeAmp handles VBR streams correctly.
> It might
>                 have done this in previous versions too, but it does it
> better now.
>               :-)
> 
>               - stdin support. To accept an mp3 stream from stdin, invoke
> freeamp like
> 
>                 this:
> 
>                     freeamp file://- < myfile.mp3
> 
>               - Added properties for logging and buffering. See README for
> details.
> 
>               - Added autoplay support.
>               
> 

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