Can someone confirm?

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As best as what I can tell from what I've been reading, if I wanted to create a real time spectrum analyzer display for a Flash MP3 player, I have to have and use AS 3, correct?
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to the best of my knowledge that is correct. I haven't heard of an AS2 library that can actually get volume or pitch data from an mp3 in real time.
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Thanks for the info. That's what I was getting. Helped me convince my boss to let me spend the $200 upgrade to CS3. When he heard I was two versions out of date he said go for it *grins*
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Given the direction you appear to be going, moving to AS3 before the new site version gets too far along is probably a good idea anyway.
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Yeah. That's exactly what I told my boss. I'll tell you what though, I've spent the last couple weeks discovering different ways to build MP3 players including loading from XML files as well as xspf http://xspf.org/

Plus I found a really cool tutorial where I can convert a waveform in Adobe Audition into keyframes, export it as a text file and then use it in Flash to display an amplitude wave. I was experimenting with this prior to deciding to upgrade. Check out the amplitude wave in the top right here if you'd like. Sorry there aren't any play controls. I was working on the wave and playlist possibilities and didn't bother with controls yet. http://www.alaron-nuclear.com/alaronV2/main.html (That lesson also taught me how to use the Flash Drawing API as well as leading me to a few other hidden API's for Flash, Flex and AIR - http://api.onflex.org/ )

Needless to say been on a huge learning curve lately where Flash and multi-media meet.

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