PHP 5.4.33 Released

SWFMovie::streamMP3

(PHP 5 <= 5.3.0, PECL ming SVN)

SWFMovie::streamMP3Streams a MP3 file

Description

int SWFMovie::streamMP3 ( mixed $mp3file [, float $skip = 0 ] )
Warning

This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, its name, and surrounding documentation may change without notice in a future release of PHP. This function should be used at your own risk.

Streams the given MP3 file mp3file.

This method is not very robust in dealing with oddities (can skip over an initial ID3 tag, but that's about it).

Note that the movie isn't smart enough to put enough frames in to contain the entire mp3 stream- you'll have to add (length of song * frames per second) frames to get the entire stream in.

Parameters

mp3file

Can be a file pointer returned by fopen() or the MP3 data, as a binary string.

skip

Number of seconds to skip.

Return Values

Return number of frames.

Changelog

Version Description
5.2.0 skip added

Examples

Example #1 Streaming example

<?php
$m 
= new SWFMovie();
$m->setRate(12.0);
$m->streamMp3(file_get_contents("distortobass.mp3"));
// use your own MP3

// The file is 11.85 seconds at 12.0 fps = 142 frames
$m->setFrames(142);

header('Content-type: application/x-shockwave-flash');
$m->output();
?>

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aaronmason85 at gmail dot com
5 years ago
Hey all,

For those using Ming 0.3 (like me), there is a way to calculate the length of the MP3 you are using.  It might be a bit iffy for VBR files, but it seems to work well for the files I've tested thus far.  The process of calculating the frame length (and size) is detailed at http://www.mpgedit.org/mpgedit/mpeg_format/mpeghdr.htm

<?php

function get_mp3_len ($file) {

       
$rate1=array(0, 32, 64, 96, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, 288, 320, 352, 384, 416, 448, "bad");
       
$rate2=array(0, 32, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, 320, 384, "bad");
       
$rate3=array(0, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, 320, "bad");
       
$rate4=array(0, 32, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, 160, 176, 192, 224, 256, "bad");
       
$rate5=array(0, 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, 160, "bad");

       
$bitrate=array(
               
'1'  => $rate5,
               
'2'  => $rate5,
               
'3'  => $rate4,
               
'9'  => $rate5,
               
'10' => $rate5,
               
'11' => $rate4,
               
'13' => $rate3,
               
'14' => $rate2,
               
'15' => $rate1
       
);

       
$sample=array(
               
'0'  => 11025,
               
'1'  => 12000,
               
'2'  => 8000,
               
'8'  => 22050,
               
'9'  => 24000,
               
'10' => 16000,
               
'12' => 44100,
               
'13' => 48000,
               
'14' => 32000
       
);

       
$fd=fopen($file, 'rb');
       
$header=fgets($fd, 5);
       
fclose($fd);

       
$bits="";
        while (
strlen($header) > 0) {

               
//var_dump($header);
               
$bits.=str_pad(base_convert(ord($header{0}), 10, 2), 8, '0', STR_PAD_LEFT);
               
$header=substr($header, 1);
        }

       
$bits=substr($bits, 11); // lets strip the frame sync bits first.

       
$version=substr($bits, 0, 2); // this gives us the version
       
$layer=base_convert(substr($bits, 2, 2), 2, 10); // this gives us the layer
       
$verlay=base_convert(substr($bits, 0, 4), 2, 10); // this gives us both

       
$rateidx=base_convert(substr($bits, 5, 4), 2, 10); // this gives us the bitrate index
       
$sampidx=base_convert($version.substr($bits, 9, 2), 2, 10); // this gives the sample index
       
$padding=substr($bits, 11, 1); // are we padding frames?

       
$rate=$bitrate[$verlay][$rateidx];
       
$samp=$sample[$sampidx];

       
$framelen=0;
       
$framesize=384; // Size of the frame in samples
       
if ($layer == 3) { // layer 1?
               
$framelen=(12 * ($rate * 1000) / $samp + $padding) * 4;
        } else {
// Layer 2 and 3
               
$framelen=144 * ($rate * 1000) / $samp + $padding;
               
$framesize=1152;
        }

       
$headerlen=4 + ($bits{4} == 0 ? '2' : '0');

        return (
filesize($file) - $headerlen) / $framelen / ($samp / $framesize);
}

?>
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boreckiwebs at gmail dot com
8 years ago
if you want to control the sound use these functions like this:

<?php

$m
-> add(new SWFAction('
stop(); // pauses the song
goToAndStop(1); // stops the song, and goes back to the beginning
play(); // plays the song from current position
'
));

?>

i hope this is helpful
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boo at php dot net
12 years ago
Don't forget to use fopen function in example above !

Use

<?php
$m
->streamMp3(fopen("distortobass.mp3", "rb"));
instead of
$m
->streamMp3("distortobass.mp3");
?>

I hope this is useful for you :)
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mued at muetdhiver dot org
13 years ago
a nice feature to handle Id3tag is to get support from Unix mp3info command into a returning exec parsing
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Richard Trigaux
5 years ago
Seems that this function only handles some MP3 files with specified sample rates and not others. 44100 and 21050 work. With the lame MP3 converter, this is obtained with setting the "bit rate" at 112 (average compression/quality), mono or stereo. Other values may work, probably multiples, I did not tried all.
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diana
6 years ago
If you need to play an mp3 fully you need to do something like:

<?php
$len
= $m->streamMp3(fopen("sound.mp3", "r"));
$m->setFrames($len);
?>

This works only in Ming 0.4. I'm not 100% sure but it doesn't sound to work on Ming 0.3
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