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Ermm… hi guys. Can anyone help me to create a C# based mp3 player using fmod for pocket pc… as even though i have the wrapper class… i really don’t know what to do with it…

I would appreciate if someone could give me the full source code so that i just type everything in the visual studio and it will work…

I’m really having trouble with my project as i need to play mp3 files and until now i cannot manage to create an mp3 player….

Thank You 😥

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Hi, This isn’t the solution but to get yourself started try using FMOD Ex (or at the least download it) and refer to the C# examples provided in the install folder. Hope that helps,
michael

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Hi, i found out how to use the FMOD player for the Pocket Pc in C#.
Firstly, get the wrapper class from http://52.88.2.202/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4874. Thn also create a button in the form and put the code just as the person in that webpage did that. Then you deploy it to the actual pocket pc device. However, don’t forget to copy the correct fmodce.dll according to the device. Paste it into the folder that you deployed. As for the location of the song, change the sound stream to get from the folder where you placed that song. For example, i’m pointing to my documents folder in my pocket pc:
soundStream = FMOD.PPC.GetStream("\My Documents\1.mp3");

By doing this, you’ll be able to play a mp3 file on your pocket pc. For testing purpose, it’s better to rename the song to "a" or "1" for simplicity sake. Try more than one song just to make sure it works.

I suffered a lot to get this working and i hope people will not have to suffer what i suffered. 😆

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