dunno if this belongs here but i thought i'd ask

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    is there any program that allows you to play PSF files on DS?
     
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    the ds plays only mp3s i think, i dont think anyone has a made music program to play psf audio files yet, i meant they dont support wav etc... either.
     
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    No, not yet. There is OGG, XMA, MP3, and WAV support for moonshell right now. Moonlight may even release support for some other formats, or maybe not. Who knows, good homebrew comes and goes.....
     
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    I asked the master of PSF himself, Neill Corlett, back in November. Here's what he said:

    I doubt it, since there's not enough power with a 66MHz ARM9 even if the
    player was very clever. PSP would be a different story.

    -- Neill Corlett

    Oh, and as a follow up he said:

    > Thanks for your fast reply! At least I know it's rather impossible, and
    > if it were possible I guess the playback would be limited (like no
    > reverb or something), which would make it lose much of my interest.

    I'd say with no reverb and no interpolation it might be possible.
    -- Neill Corlett
     
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    The answer seems to have come already but moonshell included a bunch of game sounds recently, PSF was not one though. It does have the ogg, mp3, mp2, AAC as well and Licks Media PLayer (the new versions not made by lick) support FLAC decoding amongst other things.
     

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