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read audio files (Wav, dss, dct , mp3, wma) in ASP.NET

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


i am looking for audio files reading in asp.net 3.5. is there any good fast easy solution to have this for my web site?

I have tried with ffmpeg but then also its not reading dss and dct formats...my main requirement here is to read any type of audio files into asp.net web page or convert that files to any readable file format and then read. any solution /advice would be appriciated.


thank you. 

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