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Group :: System/Libraries
Source RPM: audiofile
Current version: 0.3.6-alt3
Built: almost 2 years ago
Rebuilt: 11 months ago
Size: 9.18 KB
Repocop status: skip
Gear:   http://git.altlinux.org/gears/a/audiofile.git
Home page:   http://www.68k.org/~michael/audiofile

License: LGPL
Summary: Library to handle various audio file formats
Description:

The Audio File Library handles reading and writing audio files in many
common formats.

Key goals of the Audio File Library are file format transparency and data
format transparency. The same calls for opening a file, accessing and
manipulating audio metadata (e.g. sample rate, sample format, textual
information, MIDI parameters), and reading and writing sample data will
work with any supported audio file format. Likewise, the format of the
audio data presented to the application need not be tied to the format
of the data contained in the file.

The following file formats are currently supported:
* AIFF/AIFF-C
* WAVE
* NeXT .snd/Sun .au
* Berkeley/IRCAM/CARL Sound File
* Audio Visual Research
* Amiga IFF/8SVX
* Creative Voice File
* NIST SPHERE
* Core Audio Format

The following compression formats are currently supported:
* G.711 mu-law and A-law
* IMA ADPCM
* Microsoft ADPCM

List of contributors:

List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • audiofile
  • libaudiofile-devel
  • libaudiofile-devel-static
  • libaudiofile1
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2018-12-06 Michael Shigorin 0.3.6-alt3

    - E2K: no difference anymore
    - A shot at SMP build
        

2017-03-15 Michael Shigorin 0.3.6-alt2.1

    - BOOTSTRAP: introduce doc knob (on by default)
    - E2K: avoid lcc-unsupported option
        

2017-01-29 Yuri N. Sedunov 0.3.6-alt2

    - updated to 0.3.6-26-g6ac5a49
    - %check section
        
 
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