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FModMem UDF build 2017-01-30

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Hi,

I created a FMOD UDF whereas the DLL calls are done from memory.

Credits to trancexx for the Subrogation functions!

 

Supported formats:

- .MOD (protracker/fasttracker modules)
- .S3M (screamtracker 3 modules)
- .XM (fasttracker 2 modules)
- .IT (impulse tracker modules)
- .MID (MIDI files)
- .RMI (MIDI files)
- .SGT (DirectMusic segment files)
- .FSB (FMOD Sample Bank files)
- .MP3
- .OGG
- .WAV
- .MP2 
- .RAW

 

Current added function list (sum = 70):

FMUSICMEM_FreeSong
FMUSICMEM_GetBPM
FMUSICMEM_GetGlobalVolume
FMUSICMEM_GetMasterVolume
FMUSICMEM_GetName
FMUSICMEM_GetNumChannels
FMUSICMEM_GetNumInstruments
FMUSICMEM_GetNumOrders
FMUSICMEM_GetNumPatterns
FMUSICMEM_GetNumSamples
FMUSICMEM_GetOrder
FMUSICMEM_GetPaused
FMUSICMEM_GetRow
FMUSICMEM_GetSpeed
FMUSICMEM_GetTime
FMUSICMEM_GetType
FMUSICMEM_IsFinished
FMUSICMEM_LoadSong
FMUSICMEM_LoadSongEx
FMUSICMEM_OptimizeChannels
FMUSICMEM_PlaySong
FMUSICMEM_SetMasterVolume
FMUSICMEM_SetOrder
FMUSICMEM_SetPaused
FMUSICMEM_StopAllSongs
FMUSICMEM_StopSong
FSOUNDMEM_Close
FSOUNDMEM_DSP_Create
FSOUNDMEM_DSP_Free
FSOUNDMEM_DSP_GetActive
FSOUNDMEM_DSP_GetFFTUnit
FSOUNDMEM_DSP_GetSpectrum
FSOUNDMEM_DSP_SetActive
FSOUNDMEM_DSP_SetPriority
FSOUNDMEM_GetAmplitude
FSOUNDMEM_GetChannelsPlaying
FSOUNDMEM_GetCPUUsage
FSOUNDMEM_GetCurrentLevels
FSOUNDMEM_GetError
FSOUNDMEM_GetFrequency
FSOUNDMEM_GetGetSurround
FSOUNDMEM_GetMaxChannels
FSOUNDMEM_GetPan
FSOUNDMEM_GetPaused
FSOUNDMEM_GetVolume
FSOUNDMEM_Init
FSOUNDMEM_SetPaused
FSOUNDMEM_SetSpeakerMode
FSOUNDMEM_SetSurround
FSOUNDMEM_SetVolume
FSOUNDMEM_SetVolumeAbsolute
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Close
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_FindTagField
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetLength
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetLengthMs
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetNumTagFields
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetOpenState
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetPosition
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetTagField
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_GetTime
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Net_GetStatus
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Net_SetMetadataCallback
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Net_SetProxy
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Open
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Play
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_PlayEx
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_SetLoopCount
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_SetPosition
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_SetTime
FSOUNDMEM_Stream_Stop

 

In the zip archive you can find 6 examples.

 

Download at download section: 

 

If you have created additional examples, feel free to post it here.

Edited by UEZ

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