PSP homebrew developer s_king has created a nifty application called Auris v0.1. What does it do? It can make FW2.50+ compatible system_plugin.rco files, (which is used when you are in XMB) and htmlviewer files for FW2.50-3.03 or FW3.10+ (which
are used in the PSP's internet browser). Gibberish, reads like Cuneiform to you? Well, read some more.
Basically, every system event has a corresponding sound: cursor move, clicking on icons, back, warning, among many other things. With this application, you can make your own, customized rco/snd/res files using unique sound effects. But first, you have to convert any audio files to VAG (PSP compatible sound file) and load them to Auris. But wait, we're jumping the gun here, you better check out and read the helpful readme file that comes with the download. Anyway, here's the changelog for this release.
* New capability added. You can make full sound hack with the new htmlviewer creation option. Auris can now make:
o htmlviewer.snd (FW2.50-3.03 compatible)
o htmlviewer.res (FW3.10+ compatible)
o system_plugin.rco (FW2.50-3.11 compatible)
* Changes in the window colors.
* Tooltips added.
* The first beta had a bug at the Error sound filesize display, now it's ok. But it may contains other bugs...
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