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Description: libmad based mpega.library i386 bin + source
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Date: 10 Jan 06
Author: Sigbjørn Skjæret
Submitter: Georg Steger
Email: georg steger/rolmail net
Category: audio/play
License: GPL
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AROS port 1.0 of:

Short:    mpega.library clone using libmad (040/PPC).
Uploader: cisc() (Sigbjørn Skjæret)
Author:   cisc() (Sigbjørn Skjæret), Jarmo Laakkonen
<jami.laakkonen()>, Stephan Rupprecht <mail()>,
Robert Leslie <rob()>
Type:     util/libs

This is a mpega.library clone using the very excellent libmad for
decoding, it looks and behaves just like the original, but with several
benefits offered by libmad...

Why should I use this instead of the original mpega.library I hear you
say? Well, here's a list of reasons:

- Supports 8kHz streams (the original decodes these wrong).

- Supports FreeFormat (upto a whopping 640kbps) streams.

- Supports ReplayGain (stored in LAMEtags).

- Very high quality decoding (better than the FPU version of the original).

- Very low CPU usage (integer original is still faster on 68k though).

- mpega.library is no longer updated (and I haven't been able to get in
  touch with Stephane Tavenard for ~2 years (and counting))...

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