- The team of Radio ROM (RadioOrganisation Miedernach asbl) for donations (money and a bottle of quality Gewürztraminer wine) and moral support for Thomas, including multiple Christmas cards (real paper, and all!) from Luxembourg;-)
The "other" mpg123
Many people might encounter another program under the name mpg123 on their system, which behaves similary, but not exactly the same. Or people might just be curious about mpg321 being a typing error: No, it is not (mpg132 is the usual typo;-). Back when mpg123 was under a somewhat non-Free license, mpg321 has been created as a replacement under GPL license, providing most of mpg123's external behaviour, for users and frontends.
The project went dormant about the same time mpg123 did, but also, like mpg123, it has been revived years later. Of course I'd rather see people use mpg123, but hey, what's life without competition? ;-) So, if you are so inclined, check it out at the mpg321 website.
Misc. patches for mpg123
Misc. programs and modules based on mpg123
- Peter Samuel's stuff with mpgui ncurses frontend for mpg123
- Cueplay, a frontend to mpg123 (among others) that focuses on playback with cue sheets
- MPlayer, the famous open source media player, which used to be using a modified mpglib (which has been a source of improvements to mainline mpg123, too)
- in_mpg123 plugin for winamp
- Xine - a Unix Video Player
- ALSA Player
- mpesch3 audio tools with 1by1 player, mp3DirectCut
- StupidPlayer for RISC OS (a github mirror of the historic sources)
mpg123 in various directories
- Of course our Sourceforge project
- Heise Software Verzeichnis
- ...and of course the Wikipedia, also in the german Wikipedia.
MPEG audio resources
- Dist10: Encoder (and decoder) demonstration packages (with source!)
- LAME .. 'some' patches for the dist10 package
- Fraunhofer/Thomson licensing