Re: Console Audio Application wanted
On Sun, Nov 16, 2008 at 04:46:51PM +0100, Michelle Konzack wrote:
>for some minutes I have completed the soldering of my "Remote Audio
>Control Center" based on a AT91SAM9263 with a TFT display of 320x64, a
>32 MByte NAND Flash and 64 MByte SDRAM. Hmmm, OK, It seems the NAND and
>SDRAM is a little bit overkilll and I will reduce it in the final
>version but for now I think, it is enough to experment with it.
>Now I try to get EmDebian into it...
>OK, what I need now is an audio application which can connect to xmms2
>or other Audio-Server...
>Can anyone recommend one?
I'm using a slightly patched mp3blaster to play sound, fyi.
The size is somewhat ok:
$ size /opt/mp3blaster-flac/bin/mp3blaster
text data bss dec hex filename
251021 8512 72344 331877 51065 /opt/mp3blaster-flac/bin/mp3blaster
plus it's the dependent libs, of course.
Apart from two small fixes i've added transparency support (so my nice
background shines through) and added support to decode flacs since that's
what i currently use as my preferred format.
screenshots and additional info can be found here:
I think the stuff mentioned below would be too big for my taste but YMMV.
>It can even be a Perl/Pythion library which I can put into a GTK-Pixbuff
>Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
> Michelle Konzack
> 24V Electronic Engineer
> Tamay Dogan Network
> Debian GNU/Linux Consultant