MPEG-4 AAC plugin for MoonShell Heads-up guys! We just got wind of another update for MoonShell, one of Infantile paralysiser's homebrew apps for the DS.
For those who aren't in the know, MoonShell basically transforms your DS into a media player, which means you can play MP3s, view pictures even watch movies in your DS.
Anyway, this article isn't about a bumped-up version of MoonShell, rather, it's about a plugin for the said app. Infantile Paralysiser just posted on his site that the MPEG-4 AAC plugin is now available for MoonShell, which you can get directly here. Check out these notes via Google translate:
* This is for testers.
* Library: libfaad2-2.5 - AAC decoder library.
* Author: shevious
* MPEG-4 format: MAIN/SSR/LTP/LD profile AAC
* DRM (copyright protection mechanism) is unsupported.
* High-bitrate stream is unsupported.
* Seek cannot be done.
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