Music Playback application/homebrew

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Priss, Dec 2, 2008.

  1. Priss
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    Hey guys,
    I need some input on what you think is a good Music playback application.
    Cart: CycloDS (V1.41)
    I've only been watching movies on Moonshell until I grew tired of carrying 2
    portables with me... So I dumped all my music on my DS. [​IMG]

    Problem is... Moonshell has no capable playback options and it can't render music(mp3's) worth crap.
    So I was wondering what you guys use specifically to play music on your DS! [​IMG]

    Cheers
     
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    the Ipod emulator for DS play's mp3 files

    EDIT:alex beat me to it
     
  4. Priss
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    Kissu~ [​IMG]
    Wait.. what is this I hear? RENDERED MUSIC GUHUHUHUHU
    Works like a charm. I'll get to editing the skin later.

    I'll be happy with this for a while... Only to complain about playback options later. [​IMG]
    Yep it has Shuffle/random.. Good enough for now.

    Thank you again [​IMG]
     
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    is can read meta data tooo which moonshel cant
     
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    I've generally heard that Moonshell has slightly better audio quality than LMP-ng. You sure you don't have the volume in Moonshell set to 400% or something?
     
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    [​IMG] ... don't tell anyone or else !
     
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    Hehe, so that was the problem, hm? At least it was a simple fix.

    Also note that you can change the playback options by tapping the appropriate menu on the touchscreen. You can set it to loop a single file, shuffle through everything once, shuffle through everything and repeat, and a couple other options I can't remember off the top of my head. However, it only applies to the music files in a single folder, so if you want to shuffle all the music on your card at once, use LMP-ng instead.