History:TRMGen

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This product went End of Life in 2009.

Introduction

The TRM Generator is a small test application that generates Relatable TRM acoustic fingerprints. This tool is mainly designed as a test/debugging tool for software developers, and is both an application and a developer library. The developer library provides developers with the functionality to generate TRM IDs from Wav, MP3, and Ogg Vorbis files. There is currently no documentation available for this library. If you would like use this library to generate TRM IDs, please take a look at the trm.h in the source distribution.

Latest Version

download.gif TRM Generator 0.2.1 Source Distribution
download.gif TRM Generator 0.2.0 Application (Windows)

This software is licensed under the GPL (Gnu Public License).

Source Code

The source code of trm used to be available using anonymous CVS access. Since we've moved to Subversion, it is no longer available from source control. (You can still download the source-code distribution, though)