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We’ve written a FMOD plugin for playing m4a files which uses the Quicktime Audio Extraction API to do the decoding. The question we now have is do we still have to pay additional licensing fees in order to distribute our app? I’m thinking we don’t–we ourselves are doing any decoding, and if the users are authorized to use Quicktime then they have the authority to use QT to decode their AAC files–but of course what laywers think is a totally different matter.

I realize that this isn’t necessarily the best place to ask this sort of thing but I figure that there must be people around here who have encountered the same question.

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I would like to check out your plugin code. I have the FDK-AAC that I want to use for a plugin for AAC capabilities.

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I thought I read somewhere that there’s no license fee on AAC content – which is an advantage over MP3.

Another thing you’ll have to check is redistributing Quicktime installers for those who don’t have it.

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