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Phonon - Official Site

Community. If you are interested in joining the Phonon community and help making awesome things happen, the Community wiki is your place to start.

Phonon (software) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Phonon is the multimedia API provided by KDE and is the standard abstraction for handling multimedia streams within KDE software and also used by several Qt applications.

Phonon - KDE UserBase Wiki

Phonon is a multimedia, multi-platform sound framework for the application developer. Phonon also provides several features and benefits for the end user.

Category:Phonon - KDE TechBase

Multimedia Unleashed. With Phonon, KDE developers will be able to write applications with multimedia functionality in a fraction of the time needed with one of the ...

Phonon - KDE Community Wiki

Welcome to the Phonon wiki space. Here, we try to document what is being worked on, and our plans for the immediate future. New tasks should go to Phonon/Ideas ...

The Road to KDE 4: Phonon Makes Multimedia Easier

Like the previously featured articles on new KDE 4 technologies for Job Processes or SVG Widgets, today we feature the shiny new multimedia technology Phonon.

Phonon/Sources - KDE Community Wiki

libphonon . Phonon itself (aka libphonon, "phonon proper", or [confusingly] just "phonon") is the library that lets applications use backends. It can be found at git ...

Phonon: Multimedia in KDE 4 |

After many months of work on the new Multimedia API for KDE 4 it is time to finally announce Phonon. Phonon will provide a task oriented API for multimedia, making it ...

Phonon: Phonon - Multimedia API for KDE

4.0 . Overview | Application Example | Backend Development. Phonon is the Multimedia API for KDE. You should evaluate whether Phonon supplies all you need before ...

Talk:Phonon (software) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Other meaning of the word Phonon. It's worth mentioning that the word Phonon means arts in arabic, but the chances the developers knew that are next to nil.