Hey guys,

It's me, with a new library (again), but I think you'll find it very useful!

It's called pcmdata.js, and in only 2.8 kb, it handles all the .wav parsing
(get array buffers from PCM data) for you, and it does that very quickly and
reliably. In fact, it seems that so far only ffmpeg does a better job
parsing the multitude of wave files out there, while browsers and Media
Player can't handle many of the files pcmdata.js can. It also has a nice
feature in preserving / allowing for writing other chunks than 'data' as
well. It's also pretty quick in writing wav files.

You can find it from GitHub, again: http://goo.gl/4uu06

I hope you'll like it and file bugs if it doesn't work for you! :)


Received on Thursday, 26 May 2011 12:50:21 UTC