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WavPack in the Land of C#, ...including a Silverlight player!
bryant
post Nov 9 2010, 09:06
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To complement his previous Java work, Peter McQuillan has now created C# implementations of both the tiny encoder and tiny decoder. These are in packages that include command-line demo programs and are available on the regular WavPack download page.

After seeing great apps like Java Tunes and Musique using the Java versions, I am very keen to see what will come from this effort. For starters, Peter created a very fun demo of a functional WavPack file player in Silverlight that you can try here (source also available).

Of course, for some C# applications it might make more sense to just create a wrapper for the WavPack DLL. Thatís what Jean Van Laethem did for a WavPack player and made the code available on the WavPack site here.

Many thanks to Peter and Jean! smile.gif
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romor
post Nov 9 2010, 12:54
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Congratulations for your work and up road to your codec. Hope my favorite on-line service would recognize it as worth (I voted)
Porting is also great success, and don't let my comment spoil the fun but I'm curious:
I really don't know who will use it? Does regular HA member have Silverlight installed, or maybe uses java/.net player?
It should be fine for personal or closed circle development, but not out in the wild with available solutions
Only place I see for java based player is smartphone platform, but than it's just me wondering and not seeing everything

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