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Portable support for MPC at hand, Plugin for Pocket Player for PPC
Dologan
post Jul 12 2004, 05:55
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Pocket Player is an audio player for Pocket PC. The company behind it, Conduits, has released since version 2.51 a SDK that allows the development of decoding plugins for this player.

Since the musepack project is now open source, it shouldn't be too complicated for someone (Lefungus comes to my mind wink.gif) to make a musepack decoder for Pocket Player. This would make the PocketPC the first widely available portable platform to support MPC.

The SDK page is here.
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post Jul 12 2004, 16:06
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QUOTE (Faelix @ Jul 11 2004, 11:28 PM)
Both AeroPlayer and Pocket Tunes, for Palm OS, can be extended through plug-ins, although I have not seen it in practice yet.

I'd love some HE/LC-AAC player. An MPC-player would be also very nice.
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Hmmm, I see, but from what I saw in the pages of those two programs, no SDK is provided for plugin development, which probably makes it a little bit more complicated.

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AFAIK, MPC is coming soon for BetaPlayer smile.gif

Wow, that's great news. BetaPlayer being freeware certainly helps, too. However, from what I've been seeing, BetaPlayer interface, which is more optimized for movie playback than audio, doesn't even come close to Pocket Player's and also lacks many useful features that Pocket Player has, being an audio-only player.
I know, the player is still in diapers, but even so it's going to take quite long to get to the level of sophistication of Pocket Player.
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