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Re: realaudio - clarifying things



The BBC appears to play halfway decently right now, but if I'm doing
anything like moving windows or switching from workspace to workspace, it
skips like a you-know-what.

The 'testplay' example that comes with the Real SDK seems to be missing
some MAJOR functionality (like being able to load any of their plugins).  I
think I've got a plan on how to get it working.  I've got to be in seattle
all next week, so I won't have anything to do in the evenings except hack
on Emacs/W3 and this.

Emacs/W3 is currently working very nicely with the new URL package.  All
the drawing and things have stayed the same, so the Emacspeak integration
should not be damaged in any way.  If someone could try it out after I make
the release (maybe tomorrow night), I would appreciate it.

I will try to have a command-line tool that can at least load the g2
plugins on linux by the middle of the week.  I'll keep everyone updated.

-Bill P.

"T. V. Raman" <ramantv@earthlink.net> writes:

> 2) Bill (Perry) --agreed --the g2 player is a crappy piece-- however the
> thing does appear to play the BBC happily over a 56K modem line --I'm
> surprized it's dropping packets and buffering on your machine over an
> ISDN line.

> I do look forward to something built off the toolkit you
> mentioned --
> if you hack something I might be able to contribute some
> cycles to it as well.
> 
> -- 
> Best Regards,
> --raman
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> --raman
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