Requires: bass_spx.dll - Speex Audio Codec (SPX) Add-On - available @ www.un4seen.com.
Assembly: Bass.Net (in Bass.Net.dll) Version: 188.8.131.52
public sealed class BassSpx
Public NotInheritable Class BassSpx
public ref class BassSpx sealed
[<SealedAttribute>] type BassSpx = class end
Thetype exposes the following members.
|BASS_SPX_StreamCreateFile(IntPtr, Int64, Int64, BASSFlag)|
Creates a sample stream from a Speex Audio memory IntPtr.
This overload implements streaming from memory.
|BASS_SPX_StreamCreateFile(String, Int64, Int64, BASSFlag)|
Creates a sample stream from a Speex Audio file.
This overload implements UNICODE filenames. The BASS_UNICODE flag will be added automatically, since all .Net strings are always unicode.
Creates a sample stream from a Speex Audio file via a user callback function.
Creates a sample stream from a Speex Audio file on the internet, optionally receiving the downloaded data in a callback.
Unloads this library. This must be called when you have previously called LoadMe.
Loads this library into memory. The library will be search in the current application directory.
Loads this library into memory. The library will be loaded from the given path.
Supported file extensions of the bass_spx.dll
Supported file format name of the bass_spx.dll
BASS_SPX is an extension to the BASS audio library, enabling the playback of Speex files.
Speex is an open source and patent-free audio compression format designed for speech. The Speex Project aims to lower the barrier of entry for voice applications by providing a free alternative to expensive proprietary speech codecs. Moreover, Speex is well-adapted to Internet applications and provides useful features that are not present in most other codecs.
The Speex format is used in the same way as any of the built-in BASS stream formats. Simply call BASS_PluginLoad(String) to load the add-on into BASS and benefit the usage of the standard sample/stream/URL/user functions, or call the BASS_SPX_StreamCreateFile(String, Int64, Int64, BASSFlag) /URL/User functions.
More information can be found on www.speex.org.