New Lua Library – wavlib

Youresam has announced the release of a new Lua development library, wavlib. The library is designed to help with the integration of visual and audio data into Lua based programs. Wav files must be 352 kbps, 16 bit, and 22kHz as other formats may lead to inaccurate rendering of visual data.

For those of you who did not follow what I just said then you probably don’t need this file as it is for PSP program developers. Basically, this library makes it easy to add visual data rendering based on the audio output (similar to that found in many music players) to a Lua program. The example program packed with this release uses the PSP Media Players skin but is not a new release of PMP.

Download: [wavlib]

Youresam has announced the release of a new Lua development library, wavlib. The library is designed to help with the integration of visual and audio data into Lua based programs. Wav files must be 352 kbps, 16 bit, and 22kHz as other formats may lead to inaccurate rendering of visual data.

For those of you who did not follow what I just said then you probably don’t need this file as it is for PSP program developers. Basically, this library makes it easy to add visual data rendering based on the audio output (similar to that found in many music players) to a Lua program. The example program packed with this release uses the PSP Media Players skin but is not a new release of PMP.

Download: [wavlib]

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