SylphAMP Homebrew developer for the Nintendo DS, Ficedula, is at it again! This time, he has updated his creation-- the SylphAMP to version 0.04. Ficedula's app is a Winamp-to-NDS interface wherein once you install it in Winamp as an output plugin, all your audio files will be streamed to a DS on the local network rather than sent to the speakers. This one basically makes your DS more functional and special! Nice digs!
The developer mentions that the changes for this latest version ain't that many, but one of them changes is a major one. So with that, I'll stop my rambling so that we could all jump to the changelog.
Changes in v0.04: -Fix bug scrolling playlist -Allow clearing/add files to playlist from DS
Excerpt from the readme.txt: -In the plugin configuration from within Winamp, make sure to set a "root folder". The DS will only be able to see files inside here (sharing your whole hard drive automatically would be bad...) -Also check the file extensions SylphAMP will look for. This is hack because Winamp doesn't appear to have a "scan folder" command in its API -When you connect, the top screen should give a list of folders you can choose. Hold down left shoulder button then use Up/Down/A to move around the folder tree. -Once you've found a folder you want to play, press START (still holding down L-shoulder).
The developer mentions that he tested the app with a playlist of over 3000 files. The process was kinda slow given the large playlist, but it did work without any glitches. And as always, your constructive criticisms, observations, and suggestions will be very much welcome in the comments section, so as you could help improve the app and the developer's craft.
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