1. ExDee

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    I looked on the wiki for moonshell and it says it does play m4a(aac). I tried it, but it just froze. Does it work for u guys??
     
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    I think there may be a plugin for it.
     
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    How do i install this plugin? There is no shell fodler for Moonshell V2 b10
     
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    Didn't work for me either, it just freezes up.
     
  6. Blackiris

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    Well, MoonShell v1.71 (using R4 Original) played .AAC files fine, but these are the ones that act as sound effects that are included in Visual Novel DS packages. They also have noticeably low quality...

    If you really need to play .AAC audio files though, try MoonShell again and see if it works. But seeing as your most recent post says you're using MoonShell 2.00, I can't help you there [​IMG]
     
  7. ExDee

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    ARGH is there a ****ing way to make aac work?!?!?! Everytime i press A on an m4a(aac) file, it gets stuck then i restart it and moonshell gets corrupt so i have to ****ing reinstall it
     
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    m4a files are crap anyways convert them to ogg and they should work fine
     
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