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Simple Audio playing sample with LibVLC

In this blog i will demonstrate how to play mp3 file using simple LibVLC code.

    1. First you need to install LibVLC into your system. if you not, follow how to install tutorial to install LibVLC.
    2. Create new audio.c file on your home directory in ubuntu with below content.
        #include ‹stdio.h>
        #include ‹stdlib.h>
        #include ‹vlc/vlc.h>

        int main(int argc, char **argv)
        {
            libvlc_instance_t *inst;
            libvlc_media_player_t *mp;
            libvlc_media_t *m;

            // load the vlc engine
            inst = libvlc_new(0, NULL);

            // create a new item
            m = libvlc_media_new_path(inst, "/home/audio.mp3");

            // create a media play playing environment
            mp = libvlc_media_player_new_from_media(m);

            // no need to keep the media now
            libvlc_media_release(m);

            // play the media_player
            libvlc_media_player_play(mp);

            sleep(100);//play the audio 100s

            // stop playing
            libvlc_media_player_stop(mp);

            // free the media_player
            libvlc_media_player_release(mp);

            libvlc_release(inst);


            return 0;
        }
    
    1. you need place mp3 file named audio.mp3 in your home directory.
    2. then navigate to the directory where you save audio.c and simply hit this to compile the audio.c file.
        gcc $(pkg-config --cflags libvlc) -c audio.c -o audio.o
        gcc audio.o -o audio $(pkg-config --libs libvlc)
    
    1. Hit this on the ubuntu terminal to run your audio playing example.
        ./audio
    

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