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Lightweight audio decoding component for esp processors


# Audio player component for esp32


## Capabilities

* MP3 decoding (via libhelix-mp3)
* Wav/wave file decoding

## Who is this for?

Decode only audio playback on esp32 series of chips, where the features and footprint of esp-adf are not 

## What about esp-adf?

This component is not intended to compete with esp-adf, a much more fully developed
audio framework.

It does however have a number of advantages at the moment including:

* Fully open source (esp-adf has a number of binary modules at the moment)
* Minimal size (it's less capable, but also simpler, than esp-adf)

## Getting started

### Examples

* [esp-box mp3_demo](https://github.com/espressif/esp-box/tree/master/examples/mp3_demo) uses esp-audio-player.
* The [test example](https://github.com/chmorgan/esp-audio-player/tree/main/test) is a simpler example than mp3_demo that also uses the esp-box hardware.

### How to use this?
[esp-audio-player is a component](https://components.espressif.com/components/chmorgan/esp-audio-player) on the [Espressif component registry](https://components.espressif.com).

In your project run:
idf.py add-dependency chmorgan/esp-audio-player

to add the component dependency to the project's manifest file.

## Dependencies

For MP3 support you'll need the [esp-libhelix-mp3](https://github.com/chmorgan/esp-libhelix-mp3) component.

## Tests

Unity tests are implemented in the [test/](../test) folder.

## States

    [*] --> Idle : new(), cb(IDLE)
    Idle --> Playing : play(), cb(PLAYING)
    Playing --> Paused : pause(), cb(PAUSE)
    Paused --> Playing : resume(), cb(PLAYING)
    Playing --> Playing : play(), cb(COMPLETED_PLAYING_NEXT)
    Paused --> Idle : stop(), cb(IDLE)
    Playing --> Idle : song complete, cb(IDLE)
    [*] --> Shutdown : delete(), cb(SHUTDOWN)
    Shutdown --> Idle : new(), cb(IDLE)

Note: Diagram shortens callbacks from AUDIO_PLAYER_EVENT_xxx to xxx, and functions from audio_player_xxx() to xxx(), for clarity.

## Release process - Pushing component to the IDF Component Registry

The github workflow, .github/workflows/esp_upload_component.yml, pushes data to the espressif
[IDF component registry](https://components.espressif.com).

To push a new version:

* Apply a git tag via 'git tag vA.B.C'
* Push tags via 'git push --tags'

The github workflow *should* run and automatically push to the IDF component registry.


Supports all targets

License: Apache-2.0

To add this component to your project, run:

idf.py add-dependency "chmorgan/esp-audio-player^1.0.7"

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chmorgan/esp-audio-player version: 1.0.7