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ok, i heard of them before, but haven’t a single one my computer.

can anyone send me a srg file?

and in x-island there are ogg sounds. but with a diffrent extension. where?

and the last question: are ogg streamable?

Mad

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uh, just noticed that also midi is ‘streamable’

i just want to try to open
.MOD;.S3M;.XM;.IT;.MID;.RMI;.SGT;.WAV;.MP2;.MP3;.OGG;.WMA;.ASF;.AVI;*.CDA
the right way, but i’m a little bit confused… :sad:

😆
Mad

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OGG is a compressed streaming audio format that is free from any licensing issues, unlike MP3. Take a look at [url:ac9nk3uj]http://www.vorbis.org[/url:ac9nk3uj] for more info.

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ok, which file i must open with FMUSIC_LoadSong, and wish with Stream_Create ???

XM,Mod,s3M,it with FMUSIC_LoadSong, the rest with Stream??????

Mad

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ok,
i’m only confused because XxKarLKoXxX gave me a pice of code where midi is a stremable file.

so, now i know it’s not.

ok (nearly :wink:) everythig clear now.

but what for are the SampleLoad/play functions???

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You generaly use Sample Load/Play functions to load and play samples that will be loaded entirely in memory.
This is very usefull for any kind of sound-effects in games or other multimedia programs, where a lot of sounds might be heard at the same time.

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Midi are not streamable but are events processed.
Effectively, i have used a “bug” (not really one) of FMOD : when using FSOUND_STREAM, midis are working and allow me to use some function i was interested in (duration, for a progressbar). This is possible because FMOD use MCI command for MIDIs/MP3 then windows do the work (windows use the appropriate codec to use according to the music passed for the mci command).

MadHatmaker>i work a little bit on a beta version (less bug, more comments) and another thing wich is secret for now … :smile:

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