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Backround music for a cartoon animation file (Python)

Elias Alhanatis
P: 56
Hello everybody!!
Could you please inform me how can i add a sound file to an app. which animates cartoons ( ..or whatever..). I am working with Vista,Python2.5.1,IDLE,Tkinter.
Thank you all in advance for your time!!!!
Aug 19 '07 #1
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bartonc
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Hello everybody!!
Could you please inform me how can i add a sound file to an app. which animates cartoons ( ..or whatever..). I am working with Vista,Python2.5.1,IDLE,Tkinter.
Thank you all in advance for your time!!!!
If you simple need to play an mp3 in the background try PyMedia. For anything more complex, Tkinter probably won't be full-featured enough. I'm using ActiveX controls in wxPython (the most powerful and up-to-date GUI framework going).
Aug 19 '07 #2

Elias Alhanatis
P: 56
If you simple need to play an mp3 in the background try PyMedia. For anything more complex, Tkinter probably won't be full-featured enough. I'm using ActiveX controls in wxPython (the most powerful and up-to-date GUI framework going).
Ok! I will try it!! Maybe also i could use PyGame? Could you please write for me the code (i have installed PyGame). I have tried to 'load' the sound but i get various errors!!
Aug 20 '07 #3

bartonc
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Ok! I will try it!! Maybe also i could use PyGame? Could you please write for me the code (i have installed PyGame). I have tried to 'load' the sound but i get various errors!!
There are a few members with PyGame experience on this forum.
The way it works is: You write the code, post a simple script that causes the error (include the error), etc. It's all in our Posting Guidelines. Also, there are instructions for using CODE tags on the right hand side of the page (while posting or replying).
Aug 20 '07 #4

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