XMMS CoreAudio Output Plug-in
XMMS CoreAudio Output Plug-in
1.0

3.5

XMMS CoreAudio Output Plug-in free download for Mac

XMMS CoreAudio Output Plug-in

1.0
29 June 2004

XMMS output plug-in.

Overview

XMMS CoreAudio Output Plug-in is an XMMS output plugin which uses the native OSX audio libraries for output. Use of this plugin will provide much better results that the default method which uses esound. Released under the GPL license.

What's new in XMMS CoreAudio Output Plug-in

Initial release. Support for mono, stereo, 8bit, 16 bit audio formats at sampling rates from 11 to 48 KHz. Multiple instances also supported.

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5 XMMS CoreAudio Output Plug-in Reviews

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Anonymous
29 June 2004

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bomb diggity. had a crashing esd daemon issue going for a bit, but this seems to run cleaner; nice alternative.
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Version 1.0
Nicolas-Goles
24 April 2008
If you could make this available for intel macs it would me amazing.
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
John-Duncan
John-Duncan
13 February 2016
Hello Nicolas. I have updated this for Intel Macs:

https://github.com/JohnDDuncanIII/xmms-coreaudio

There was a bug that would cause the plugin to crash when playing MP3 files but I have fixed it.
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Anonymous
27 November 2005
ESD stopped working suddenly which prompted me to try this. It works well except when playing .shn files i get nothing but loud fuzz. Shn files were working fine before when I had ESD working. More than anything else, I'm glad that someone has finally bridged the gap between core audio and XMMS.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
18 February 2005
sound runs fine, but graphical display hangs after about 5 seconds. Graphical plugins also loose their feedback.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
12 December 2004
very well. works pretty good. no problems at all. esd crashed sometimes. but do not hear any differences yet.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
29 June 2004
bomb diggity. had a crashing esd daemon issue going for a bit, but this seems to run cleaner; nice alternative.
Like
Version 1.0