Here's a C#
an MP3 decoder for Java written by the
JavaZoom team. Hopefully it will be useful to other people who
want to decode Mp3s in .NET managed code. I've tested it with a
variety of MP3s and - props to the JavaZoom team! - it seems to do the trick.
Update 25 Feb 04: This page was getting a bunch of traffic, so
I took another bit of time to change the interface to the Mp3Sharp
assembly to a
single class, Mp3Sharp.Mp3Stream, which derives from
System.IO.Stream, and provides the decoded data as a 16-bit stereo,
PCM-encoded bytestream. I also wrote a sample, using
DirectSound 9.0b, that shows how to play a streaming MP3 file. Hopefully
that will be helpful for people getting started.
I used Beta2 of the
Java Language Conversion Assistant as a starting point for this
project, and spent the rest of the day cleaning up after it. There
were some bizarre bit-shifting bugs introduced by the JLCA that I
corrected. I also removed the dependency on serialized files.
Honestly, this was a
half-day project that's taken on a life of its own, so please forgive the state of the code.
But I welcome
suggestions and contributions.
Download Mp3Sharp: C# Port of JavaLayer
Note: Mp3Sharp is released under the LGPL. Go nuts.