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    Playing mp3 files in MMF2???

    How do you play mp3 files?

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    Re: Playing mp3 files in MMF2???

    Use the Directshow Object, or convert them to ogg format and use play sample.

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    Re: Playing mp3 files in MMF2???

    This should be in FAQ. I will write one.

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    Re: Playing mp3 files in MMF2???

    Quote Originally Posted by Werbad
    Use the Directshow Object, or convert them to ogg format and use play sample.
    You can also use the Miniature Audiere Object to play mp3 files. But I agree with Werbad, You should convert to .ogg.

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    Re: Playing mp3 files in MMF2???

    Don't use MP3s. Their quality sucks, and you have to pay huge licensing fees. Use OGG files. MMF plays these natively.

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