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Offline RNB_PSP

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[PSP APP] PSP Music Center
« on: August 16, 2011, 11:27:42 PM »
Nickname: RNB_PSP
Projet name: PSP Music Center
From: Philippines
Division: Retro APP
Platform: PSP
Original enter: YES
Support Motion: NO
In last NEO Compo this project have won in the top 10: NO

      This is a music player for the Sony PSP powered by
 FFMpeg which means you can play all audio codecs from any
 container format supported by ffmpeg(
 This also makes use of the PSP's hardware decoders for
 some codecs.

   *fixed crash when opening some files(unaligned access in ffmpeg)
   *update to ffmpeg 0.8.2
   Initial release

 Since this is an initial release, program is expected to be buggy,
 only stereo signed 16bit audio with the ff. sample rates
 will play correctly:
    48000, 44100, 32000, 24000, 22050, 16000, 12000, 11050, 8000
 and only MP3, WMAv2(only from *.wma files) and
 AAC(except from *.aac files) are hardware accelerated.
 Since FFMpeg supports a lot of container formats and codecs,
 I do not have the time to test if all of it works correctly.
 I have only tested the ff.: codec(file extension)
    MP3(mp3, flv)
    AAC(aac, mp4, m4a)
    signed 16bit PCM(wav)
 For now, a black box is shown in place of the album art.
 Album art will be shown in the next release.

Controls (temporary, will be changed and configurable soon)
 OK and Cancel buttons are the same settings in XMB (X or O)

Main Menu:
 Dpad Left  = previous menu
 Dpad Right = next menu
 OK         = select menu
 Cancel     = quit application

File Browser:
 Dpad Up    = previous item
 Dpad Down  = next item
 Dpad Left  = page up
 Dpad Right = page down
 OK         = play song/open directory
 Cancel     = return to main menu
 Triangle   = up one folder
 Square     = refresh current directory
 Select     = go to now playing

Now Playing:
 OK               = toggle pause
 Cancel           = return to file browser
 Dpad Left/Right  = seek
 Triangle         = toggle repeat
 L/R Trigger      = previous/next song

 configuration files are inside the "ini" folder
 See settings.ini.
 cpu.ini holds file names that will be opened by the file browser
 for playing. Not all formats are listed in it but you can add your
 own extensions.


« Last Edit: August 17, 2011, 09:29:57 PM by RNB_PSP »

Offline GregoryMSewell

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Re: [PSP APP] PSP Music Center
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2020, 06:05:50 PM »
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