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A simple interface for playing music from an MP3 file.

Project description

Allows your Windows Python program to play and stop MP3s, without opening an external player or requiring any external programs. A very simple interface for the common case (playing an entire MP3), with an API for more complex tasks (e.g. playing from seconds 30 to 45 of an MP3).

Note: if you are looking for complex cross-platform audio control, try pyglet. After easy_installing pyglet, it requires a separate manual installation of AVlib libraries, which is why I wrote mp3play as an easy_installable alternative.

Example

Play the first 30 seconds of a file:

import mp3play

filename = r'C:\Documents and Settings\Michael\Desktop\music.mp3'
clip = mp3play.load(filename)

clip.play()

import time
time.sleep(min(30, clip.seconds()))
clip.stop()

Requirements

Requires Windows XP at the moment, but the goal is to make a cross-platform module. Feel free to send patches to add Linux and Mac support! Note that the module’s purpose is to be easy_installable with no other work needed by the user, so things like AVLib are out unless that can be easy_installed automatically alongside mp3play.

Resources

Please let me know if you like or use this module - it would make my day!

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