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    Default Re: Getting audio stream to play from jar file instead of system directory?

    After googling "Java AudioPlayer loop", I found this API: sun.audio: public class: AudioPlayer

    Which contains the following, at the very top of the page:

    To play a continuous sound you first have to create an AudioData instance and use it to construct a ContinuousAudioDataStream. For example:

    AudioData data = new AudioStream(url.openStream()).getData();
    ContinuousAudioDataStream audiostream = new ContinuousAudioDataStream(data);
    AudioPlayer.player.start(audiostream);
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    Default Re: Getting audio stream to play from jar file instead of system directory?

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    After googling "Java AudioPlayer loop", I found this API: sun.audio: public class: AudioPlayer

    Which contains the following, at the very top of the page:

    To play a continuous sound you first have to create an AudioData instance and use it to construct a ContinuousAudioDataStream. For example:

    AudioData data = new AudioStream(url.openStream()).getData();
    ContinuousAudioDataStream audiostream = new ContinuousAudioDataStream(data);
    AudioPlayer.player.start(audiostream);
    My code in the OP had ContinuousAudioDataStream and I wanted it to play from the jar. But never mind I think this thread is solved because I came up with something similar but it reads the files off the current working directory with InputStream. Thanks though.

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