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Project Summary

Copiste may become (one day) a radio ripper featuring metadata extraction and audio recognition using learning algorithms. Currently, it allows music / speech detection on audio files as well as live radio streams. The core software relies on a large number of XML files and is therefore easy to hack on the fly.

The computing part of the project relies on libvlc, which provides a large set of decoders and a powerful streaming pipeline. The other dependencies are Qt and boost. The project can be built either with SCons or with CodeBlocks.

See README for details.

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ads audio neuralnets radio vlc

In a Nutshell, Copiste...

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C++
68%
XML
28%
5 Other
4%

30 Day Summary

Apr 26 2015 — May 26 2015

12 Month Summary

May 26 2014 — May 26 2015

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