Homebrew [Release] 3DSurfer - Wav audioplayer for 3DS

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Here you are, this is a little and simple wav player coded with Lua Player Plus.
It uses streaming functionality so, i coded it to show up how to use big wav files with LPP.

In next releases, i'll add some features like file info showing (samplerate, time), playlist feature and other formats support.
Maybe i can add also a loop function if someone is interested.

Controls:
A - Select file to open with filebrowser
B - Pause/Resume file
Start - Exit homebrew
DPad - Move through filebrowser

Your wav files must be in /MUSIC folder.

Sourcecode can be found in the homebrew itself (index.lua).

Download:http://rinnegatamante.netsons.org/3DSurfer_FULL.rar

Please report me every bug you find so i can fix it (And according to recent CSND mods in libctru, i think there are a lot of bugs i not found).
 

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.wav? Just make a damn .mp3 and .avi player already, seriously who wants to play .wav files?


I'm sure if it was easy, it would have been done by now. I don't know enough about it, but MP3s might need a different codec or something that isn't supported yet.
 

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Why do you keep removing your posts? lol


I respect this project, OK? I just was surprised that the first audio player for 3ds wasn't .mp3 and overreacted a little.

Shit happens, don't beat yourself up. MP3 playback doesn't seem to be easily implemented in the 3DS.
 

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I removed my post because I insulted the .wav format and I then took that back.

Just so you (and anyone else here) knows: wav files generally use no compression. Because of that, the file structure is very simple, and writing a program that plays wav files is much, much easier than most other formats.
 

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Why do you keep removing your posts? lol




Shit happens, don't beat yourself up. MP3 playback doesn't seem to be easily implemented in the 3DS.
Well, we kinda don't need that (for now) anyway since there's already a way to play MP3 files on 3DS via Nintendo 3DS Sound (or did you all forget about that? :P)
 
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