Playing MP3 from an FTP server??

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May 13, 2008
  1. pirlouwi
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    Newcomer pirlouwi Newbie

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    Hello,
    any one heard about a homebrew application for playing MP3 files either in streaming, or in download/store mode? It should be great.
    LMP is great but lack the wifi download feature.
     
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    There's SylphAmp if your DS is supported (newer DS Lites have different wifi chips not supported by the wifi library used in SylphAmp). It's a Winamp plugin though, so not an FTP thing.
     
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    You can stream mp3 and listen to webradios (.pls) with DSOrganize browser.
     
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    But if you just wanted to stream music from your computer, you'd have to setup your own Internet radio stream for it to work with DSOrganize, right?
     
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    for DSOrganize u use a .pls file and in the .pls file u input an IP address of some sort such as shoutcast and after opening it DSO reads as a streaming
    however as i tried it the buffering was laggy every few 30 sec or so
     
  6. dawn.wan

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    the guy who posted about is right about using DS organize for op request...

    wouldnt this be a lil impractical for an mp3 player? would it not kill your battery in like 2 hrs?
     

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