pymad is a Python module that allows Python programs to use the MPEG Audio Decoder library.
pymad provides a high-level API, similar to the
pyogg module, which makes reading PCM data from MPEG audio streams a piece of cake.
pymad is as easy as:
#!/usr/bin/env python import mad, ao, sys
mf = mad.MadFile(sys.argv) dev = ao.AudioDevice(‘oss’, rate=mf.samplerate()) while 1: buf = mf.read() if buf is None: break dev.play(buf, len(buf))
pymad uses the Python distutils tool. To build and install
pymad, install python and libmad development files, and then:
# python config_unix.py –prefix /usr/local # python setup.py build # python setup.py install –prefix /usr/local
Remember to make sure
/usr/local/python/site-packages/ is in your Python search path.
pymad is licensed under the GNU General Public License.
The latest stable release of
pymad can be downloaded from here.
The latest version of the source code is kept in arch:
baz register-archive http://email@example.com baz get firstname.lastname@example.org/pymad--main--0see here for details.
Send any patches or suggestions to Jamie Wilkinson