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These tutorials are now under construction, please be patient.
 
These tutorials are now under construction, please be patient.
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In order to make the revision process clear, I introduce a confident index, 0 means that nobody except me had reviews the text. I please the reviewers to increment the counter to prove the validity of the tutorials.
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If you are a Phonon developer and you realize errors, you're missing some details or a whole chapter. Please feel free to complete the followings.
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=Introduction=
 
=Introduction=
 
The following is based on the documentation available here.
 
The following is based on the documentation available here.

Revision as of 12:48, 1 March 2007

These tutorials are now under construction, please be patient. This document has born the 28th of February 2007. In order to make the revision process clear, I introduce a confident index, 0 means that nobody except me had reviews the text. I please the reviewers to increment the counter to prove the validity of the tutorials.

If you are a Phonon developer and you realize errors, you're missing some details or a whole chapter. Please feel free to complete the followings.


Introduction

The following is based on the documentation available here. Phonon API.

Getting involved with Phonon consists in three different main tasks.

  • Using the Phonon API, which allows you to develop your own multimedia application.
  • Hacking the Phonon library, (try to develop more this topic).
  • Writing Phonon backend, this consists in writing interfaces that allows Phonon to use different sound/video engine. This usually requires good skills and knowledge of the engine you interface.

By the way the beginners will probably be interested by the first task.


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