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Title: [Реализовано] Playing WebM files via basswebm.dll plugin vs. ffmpeg
Post by: sveakul on July 02, 2019, 22:54:31
This is just something I tried that might be interesting to others.  AIMP supports *.webm files fine since it added the ffmpeg plugin a while back.  I just noticed that the BASS library people at un4seen have posted a "First Release" BASS plugin that also supports *.webm:

http://www.un4seen.com/stuff/basswebm.zip (http://www.un4seen.com/stuff/basswebm.zip)

I made a folder in AIMP's plugin directory named "bass_webm", and extracted the 32-bit basswebm.dll from the zip into it, and renamed it "bass_webm.dll" to follow AIMP's convention.

Then I disabled the AIMP ffmpeg plugin, restarted, and tried playing a *.webm file containing Opus audio.  It played just fine!  It also worked with a *.mka audio file, as the plugin's specs advertised.

So, it just proves that there is an alternate method now to support *.webm and *.mka in AIMP.  Whether it has any drawbacks or advantages over just using the ffmpeg plugin I have no idea.
Title: Re: Playing WebM files via basswebm.dll plugin vs. ffmpeg
Post by: Artem on July 03, 2019, 08:56:02
Thank you, I will test this plugin. Also, FFmpeg used to play ATRAC3 audio files.
Title: Re: Playing WebM files via basswebm.dll plugin vs. ffmpeg
Post by: sveakul on July 18, 2019, 22:54:22
Working great in build 2137, and what a difference in size!  Thanks!