Online Jukebox DS

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Aug 23, 2010

Online Jukebox DS by Another World at 8:02 AM (4,577 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. Another World
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    Online Jukebox DS
    NEW NDS Homebrew
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    Online Jukebox DS is a shoutcast player for the NDS which features "a visualizer, preset stations, and ability to search and play additional stations along with favorite." The project is currently limited to 64 kbps and may cause incompatibility issues due to the usage of NitroFS.



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  2. goodboy735

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    Finally!! Something other then DSO!!
    And right after my screen goes out too [​IMG]

    E: Works very nicely... Had my favorite station on it already [​IMG]
    Can't figure out how to add a favorite though.... probably says on the top screen, which is broken for me
    Noticing some gliching now, where it sorta rewinds a bit.... maybe thats a feature when its buffering [​IMG]
     
  3. VatoLoco

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    hey this is neat, this looks like a nice alternative to the DSOrganize streaming radio=D

    thanks for posting this Mr. Head of Mag. Staff ( i would call you AW, but its been so long, i feel we should be formal lol) ;P
     
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    So wait, is it limited to 64kbps streams, or can it play all streams but they'll be resampled to 64kbps?

    If it's the former, is 64kbps common, or is a higher bitrate common and it'll be hard to find working stations?
     
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    Neatness. Excellent, this is just what the DS needs. Even if it is limited to 64kbps.
     
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    Damm! I'm using DSorganize from around 3 years ago, and today is the first time I noticed that it have Shoutcast compatibility... [​IMG] ... Please somebody tell me how can I use it.
     
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    Wow, this is pretty awesome. With some time and less limitation, this could be an essential addition to any homebrew collection.
     
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    gothicall, this will set you in the right direction for getting DSO shoutcast, and streaming radio playlist set up.
     
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    Anyone experiencing stutter during playback?
     
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    Yes. For me it skips back, like rewinding, and eventually gets stuck in a loop....
     
  11. Bri

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    Has anyone figured out how to add stations? The description sounds like it should be possible. I ran this program and found it to be pretty buggy. The font used doesn't look very good either (for some reason the lowercase "a" is higher than other letters). I hope the author improves it because it could be a really nice app.

    -Bri
     
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    hey, bri. havent seen you around in a while. i agree this prog is pretty buggy atm, but its got promise.

    it looks like you can only add stations from within the gui, through its search function. once you find the shoutcast stream you can add it to favorites and it makes a fav.fav file on the root of yer sd (which prolly can be edited manually, i would think, but havent tried yet).

    also, the stuttering comes from streaming a station with too high a bitrate, and a lot the included preset ones are over 64kbps.
     
  13. Bri

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    Hey VatoLoco. The "favorites" list isn't the same as adding new stations to the program. So you can't add new stations to the program?

    DSOrganize seems to work better and you can add your own stations, but doesn't have as nice an interface (you have to load a playlist (.pls) file through the file browser).

    -Bri
     
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    +1

    I was looking for an online radio player for the DS a few weeks ago.
    Going to test this now
     
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    amazing program. sad i couldn't find wfmu on it

    the glitch rewind feedback sounds sweet when listening to dub step stations
     
  16. Sora de Eclaune

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    I don't really have a need for this, seeing as I can stream higher-bitrate shoutcasts on my laptop and the only place I get Wi-Fi is at my house... However, it's really neat. Took them long enough to make it, though.
     

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