Lick's Media Player NexGen 1.0.1

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  1. zatelli
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    Lick's Media Player NexGen 1.0.1

    Finally out of Beta








    Developer Lucas has released yet another update to Lick's Media Player which finally goes out of beta stage.
    This version fixes some flickering issues when using LMP with EZ IV flashcards, now both the front & back buffer reset just fine.
    With this update, Lick's Media Player now fully supports FLAC & Ogg Vorbis metadata.
    The upcoming update should come with skinning support so that you can personalize the way you wish.



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    Changelog:



    Version 1.0.1:


    Fixes some bugs (flickering).

    Improvements: added FLAC & Ogg Vorbis metadata support.



    Release candidate 3:


    Fixed the lockups that used to occur on the R4 DS& M3 SD perfect with RC-2.

    Fixed a bug that may cause graphical corruption.

    [​IMG] Lick's Media player - ver 1.0.1



     
  2. GameGeezer

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    Confirmed working on the R4DS.

    Thanks
     
  3. mflo

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    Do I have to have my music in a specific folder? Because when I start it up, it does nothing. I'm using an R4
     
  4. GameGeezer

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    Highlight the music selection on the menu and press the right cursor button. It should bring up the songs you have on your card. I don't think location is a factor.
     
  5. mflo

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    The thing is, I can't highlight anything, because it's stuck on the loading screen. Do I have to patch it with DLDI?
     
  6. Flyfishing

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    If you normally have to patch homebrew, then patch this program.
     
  7. GameGeezer

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    You do have to patch it with DLDI...after that it works fine on the R4DS.
     
  8. faceless

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    locks up with SC miniSD every time when i try to go to songs now, doesn't matter if i hold A or not.

    same thing with ez4.
     
  9. gov78

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    does this play movies? if it does what format do they have to be?

    thanks [​IMG]
     
  10. darksavior

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    no video support
     
  11. OSW

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    as of now, but i heard the implementation is under consideration.
     
  12. khan

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    off-topic:

    SNEmulDS v0.4beta is out.

    **wondering when news on this will be published here on gbatemp** [​IMG]
     
  13. Sors

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    I had a problem with earlier versions (tried until RC2) they stuck on the datasearch with and without dldi.

    But i found the troublemaker on my card! i also had DS Organize on it, with some strange chinese/japanese/whatever filenames these made the LMP crash. so if you have the same problem just look if there are some strange filenames and get rid of them ;)
     
  14. Mewgia

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    Is there any advantage at all of using this instead of moonshell?
     
  15. OSW

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    well, this supports many more music formats and sports an ipod like interface (skinnable in the future) and is under continual development as a media player.

    Moonshell is a wonderfull program but it has reached its final version, and this program attempts to compete and provide what moonshell failed to. (although this currently lacks many moonshell features)

    as far as i know, this is the only other competitive media player homebrew for ds and competition in this case is a great thing.