The MP3 Streaming DownSampler for PHP is written with cable modem/DSL users with low upstream caps in mind. Using LAME, it dynamically downsamples a requested MP3 to a bitrate which can be streamed. It doesn't use temporary files, so you don't have to take the time to do any batching, and you just give it a directory with symlinks to your music in a place the Web server can reach. The interface is simplistic and fast, meant for immediate plug and play access.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Internet Web Dynamic Content Indexing/Search multimedia Sound/Audio Conversion Utilities|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX AIX BSD IRIX Linux Solaris Unix|
Release Notes: This release replaces a PHP5-only function call with a PHP4-friendly solution. It adds support for FLAC downsampling.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance and security release. Upgrading is highly recommended if you are running 3.0 on a system where PHP is configured with register_globals 'On'. Other changes include altered defaults for the folder browser and some display tweaks.
Release Notes: This release adds a new search feature, icons, bugfixes, major file layout cleanups, more display configuration options, support for defining themes, and on-the-fly tarball generation for directories. Note that as this is a prerelease, some functionality that is intended to be in the final release will not be present, such as controls to enable or disable the tarball generation.
Release Notes: This release features powerful and accessible user customization via a preferences window. It will scan directories for album art to display, as can be seen in the screenshot. It utilizes getID3, which comes packaged and configured to work with mp3SDS out of box. Many internal enhancements and security bounds checks have been added. With all changes, careful attention has been paid to make sure that it feels just as fast as it did in previous releases, even with the great amount of new features.