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Arrange and Play MP3 Music with Playlist Editor

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uhilger
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Hi everyone,

Playlist Editor is a simple Java application which can be used to browse your MP3 music directories and to build playlists using drag and drop.

A playlist can be saved as plain text and reopened again. Playlist Editor plays music too.

It is open source and fully documented. Give it a try at
http://www.lightdev.com/page74.htm

Have fun
Ulrich

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uhilger
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Hi everyone,

I have created a spectrum analyzer component for the MP3 player part of my open source application Playlist Editor. It works quite well but I currently struggle with some strange paint 'behaviour'.

The component constantly paints amplitude values for a number of frequencies during playback. But although repainting is controlled by a Timer object so that repaints are equally distributed over a given time interval the repaints are done quite bumpy, even with more than 30 repaints per second.

I have done plenty of testing without finding an explanation or solution. I finally prepared a preview of the appliciation with all sources included and a detail description of the issue.

Perhaps I made a completely trivial mistake and there is a simple way of doing the painting differently?

Anyone interested in looking into the component could you please visit http://www.lightdev.com/page85.htm and give it a try?

Your help is most appreciated. Thank you for any help!

Ulrich

uhilger
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Hi everyone,

a new version of Playlist Editor is available! Several enhancements went into Version 3:

audio data filter - find audio title by genre, artist and album
playlist characteristics (no. of titles, size, duration)
displays details of currently played title
enhanced user interface
...and several minor fixes

Web Start your copy right now at http://www.lightdev.com/page74.htm

Have fun
Ulrich