Whats a good mp3 player homebrew for the NDS

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by primeboss, Aug 17, 2008.

Aug 17, 2008
  1. primeboss
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    Newcomer primeboss Advanced Member

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    Moonshell is good, but it doesnt tell me the playtime when playing music. Since i mainly listen to Podcast, i wanna know how much time i have left, and since i sometimes take breaks in between podcast. It is hard to go back to the place i left off in moonshell.

    Same with Dsorganize^

    M3Sakura DLDI version works great for EVERYTHING!!!
    BUT!!!!!! For some reason my podcast come Very loud in the left ear and very quiet in the right ear.

    So can any one reccomend me a mp3 player homebrew.
     
  2. ZenZero

    Member ZenZero GBATEMP's regular arse.

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    use the one you are currently using but use audacity to change the mp3 files left:right ratio
     
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    I recommend the ipod clone its a very good mp3 player.
     
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    +1
     
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    Member DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    The iPod clone is known as lmp-ng, and this is my recommendation as well. The time counter does get screwed up with variable bitrate mp3 files, but there's nothing you can really do about that short of re-encoding it at a fixed bitrate.
     
  6. dinofan01

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    I dont recommend this. It tends to crash alot. Then again there might be an updated version. Ill have to check.
     
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    I have yet to have LMP-ng crash after using it daily for several months. Perhaps it's a DLDI issue. I've been using the most recent alpha release.
     
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    Same here, I've used it quite a bit with no problems at all
     
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    Sometimes the start and shutdown files corrupt it?
     
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    What corrupts what? MoonShell?
     
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    More than likely its just poor merging by the podcast producer (aka follow steps in first reply).
     
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    I never knew that there was a right:left ratio in audio files
     

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