Moonshell 2 mp3 Skipping Problem

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Monochrome Twist, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. Monochrome Twist
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    Whenever I try to play an MP3 file on Moonshell, it skips across the whole song, or doesn't even play it.

    Any way to fix this?
     
  2. ChuckMcB

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    What version of Moonshell are you running?

    Have you tried removing all the files off your card and copying them back again? (that is a simple way to defrag your card)

    Lastly you could try a format of your SD card.
     
  3. Monochrome Twist
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    Well, I tried what you recommended but they're still skipping.

    And it's some Moonshell 2.06 stable version on an AceKard 2i.
     
  4. Xenon++

    Xenon++ Taiju Yamada

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    Try MoonShell 2.10stable.
    Or maybe your mp3 bitrate is too high
     
  5. Monochrome Twist
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    What is too high?
    Any way I would be able to lower it?
     
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    If you search up a little on google, you can find tons of information about bitrate and how to lower it. I'm actually not sure how high of a bitrate moonshell2 can handle, but I have a couple songs that are 320kbps so maybe anything below that (though I haven't been able to try anything on the newer versions of moonshell)?
     
  7. Monochrome Twist
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    I know why it's skipping. My pictures and music are all distorted due to me switching over to a new OS on a new computer. xP
     
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