fmedia 1.15

fmedia

fmedia is a fast asynchronous media player/recorder/converter for Windows, Linux and FreeBSD. It provides smooth playback and recording even if devices are very slow. It's highly customizable and can be easily extended with additional plugins. Its low CPU & memory consumption saves energy when running on a notebook's battery.

Play or convert audio files, record new audio tracks from microphone, save songs from Internet radio, and much more! fmedia is free and open-source project, and you can use it as a standalone application or as a library for your own software.

fmedia can decode: .mp3, .ogg (Vorbis, Opus), .opus, .m4a/.mp4 (AAC, ALAC, MPEG), .mka/.mkv (AAC, ALAC, MPEG, Vorbis), .avi (AAC, MPEG), .aac, .mpc, .flac, .ape, .wv, .wav.

fmedia can encode into: .mp3, .ogg, .opus, .m4a (AAC), .flac, .wav.

fmedia 1.15 changelog:

  • Linux: support JACK capture
  • Linux: disable system sleep timer while playing
  • Linux: automatically use ALSA output when Pulse isn't installed e.g. "libpulse.so.0" is not found
  • listdev is more reliable. Show capture devices list even if playback devices list couldn't be shown
  • m4a write: .m4a(AAC) files created by fmedia couldn't be opened by other players, e.g. VLC (v1.10 bug) fmedia can read those files with no problems.
  • config: don't override "output" if it's already initialized e.g. for this configuration:
  • output "pulse.out"
  • output "alsa.out"
  • Pulse (the first one) will be used.

Download: fmedia 1.15 (32-bit) | 2.4 MB (Open Source)
Download: fmedia 1.15 (64-bit)
View: fmedia Home Page | Project Page @GitHub

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