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[edit] MP3nema

MP3nema is a tool aimed at analyzing and capturing data that is hidden between frames in an MP3 file or stream, otherwise noted as "out of band" data. This utility also supports adding data between frames, and capturing streaming audio.

This tool is under the GNU GPLv3 license. So have at it!

Thanks to Tele, skhisma, and the rest of the labs!

GNU GPL version 3.0

[edit] News

July 1, 2013
The code for this project has moved to github.

April 7, 2009
Version 0.3 and now 0.4 have just been released. Special thanks to Sherard Hall for sending me his output. I was able to make some changes so that builds are more sane now (and slightly more portable). This is not a feature release, but a bug fix/portability release. This also updates the GPL copyright date used.

April 2, 2009
2600 Magazine has published the MP3nema paper! The article appears in the Spring 2009 edition, which also happens to be the anniversary of 2600's 25th year. Congrats to the 2600 team!

November 23, 2008
New release of MP3nema (v 0.2). This release out puts all captured out-of-band data to the output file, even if it is just HTTP header information. Also, I corrected, er added, more information to the usage statement (no biggie here).

August 16, 2008
Initial release of MP3nema (v 0.01). Snatch a copy here.

[edit] Source

The source is available on github.

[edit] Downloads

MP3nema Tool

[edit] Contact

This project is maintained and written by Matt Davis (enferex). Questions, suggestions, comments, coffee dates welcome. Matt Davis (