OggPlay is a library designed to allow drop-in playback of Xiph.Org media in an application. OggPlay handles demuxing and decoding, generates timestamps for raw data, maintains synchronisation across multiple streams, and provides a lock-free buffer implementation for easy multithreading.
An example use of OggPlay library is OggPlay Mozilla Firefox plugin demonstrating how the library can be used to provide Ogg playback in a web browser. OggPlay plugin is implemented through Mozilla NPAPI. The target platforms for the plugin are: Linux/UNIX, Win200x/XP/Vista and MACOSX. The libary as much as the plugin are open source under triple MPL/GPL/LGPL license.
OggPlay is a work in progress: the first release should be availably by mid-2007.
The Win32 version of the plugin has been developed and tested on Win200x/XP platforms.
For detailed instructions how to setup Mozilla plugin development environment and start hacking on Win32 version of OggPlay Mozilla Firefox plugin go to:
Win32 Development Envrionment Setup
The same link provides links to the plugin binaries and instructions how to install and test Oggplay Mozilla plugin.