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MpegDec

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MpegDec3.1.1.sit_.bin (688.75 KB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This app works with: Basilisk II,

"MpegDec 3.1.1 supports playback and conversion of MP3, MP2, and MP1 files. It features a Drag and Drop interface, standard playback and volume controls, multiple playlists, setlists, time display, and ID3 song info display. It also allows seeking to any position within a song, random and loop functions, a graphic equalizer (PPC-only), and an autostart feature.

MpegDec 3.1.1 also supports MP3 Streaming via OpenTransport. Instructions for setting up your web browser for PLS and M3U playback are included.

MpegDecAIFF 3.1.1 allows conversion of MPEG audio files to AIFF and WAVE files."

The Official Web Pages for MpegDec with download links, news and contact links about this great Macintosh program.

See also: JustOgg

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

"68020 CPU or PPC - FPU is not required.
(68040 or 68030 50Mhz recommended for realtime playback)

Quicktime 2.1
(Quicktime 2.5 and SoundManager 3.2.1 recommended)

MacOS 7.0 with Drag and Drop 1.1 and Finder 7.1.3
(MacOS 7.5 and higher recommended)."

Comments

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2010, October 22 - 6:46am
5

This works great in Basilisk II, too Cool
Basilisk II (emulating a Quadra 800, Mac OS 7.6.1).

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2010, September 6 - 8:37am
5

This plays MP3s on my 25 MHz Centris 660AV!!!!! Laughing out loud

kargaroc586's picture
by kargaroc586 - 2010, April 4 - 7:07am
5

or if you're in the 30 day retro-computing challenge, this can be really helpful

it works great on my Performa 631 Smile

schoolhacker's picture
by schoolhacker - 2009, September 20 - 5:20am

nice program
mp3 tags dont kinda work though...
can't see artist and album...

Attila's picture
by Attila - 2009, September 17 - 5:42pm

More of a curiosity at this point, but if you have a fast Quadra, you could use this for MP3's!