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A streaming web radio client for the DS, with the ability to add and change radio stations. With the origin, Dissonance (of Dave Brady) is a software reading a radio operator Web on line.
By default, three are defined radios (three radios present in the source code loloz3):
Frequency 3 - http://aspairt.frequence3.net:8010
Bide et Musique - http://ns5.bacto.net:9200
Radio base Dissonance - http://vruk.sc.llnwd.net:12260
Radio.txt file located in the root of the memory card allows you to reset the radio (up to 100 in total).
Sample file radio.txt (line radio name, then a server online radio, then a line port of the radio. And again):
Frequency 3 aspairt.frequence3.net 8,010 Bide and Music ns5.bacto.net 9,200 Original from radio Dissonance vruk.sc.llnwd.net 12260 Central FM stream.tlrc.net 8,070 Fire Radio stream.tlrc.net 8,100 Xtreme Radio stream01.radioxtreme.fr 752 ABF relay.clubi.radioabf.net 19010 C9 Radio joe.relay.c9radio.net 7,000 Sky FM 126.96.36.199 8,002 Radio Tango streamstation.radiocubik.com 8,005 The big radio bd.lagrosseradio.info 8,010 Radio LSL str01.linasunline.net 8,400 Japan-A-Radio 188.8.131.52 8,006
Left - Previous radio
Right - Next radio
Sound skips regularly. Also when the DS is closed, the sound continues and is extremely choppy.
When changing the radio, the sound of the old radio continuous loop for about 1 second.
Soft radios currently limited to 22kHz or 16kHz, 44kHz or/and certainly not more than 32kbps. Otherwise the sound seems accelerated.
If it falls on a radio HS or a problem in the server address, the application is blocked (Did not realize that the key handling is done in the routine of reading MP3. So if any is read, the buttons are not recognized).
NDSWebRadio v0.3 (by YaouanK)
- Compilation of the project with the last devkit. Possibility of changing radio. File of list of the radio "radio.txt".
NDSWebRadio v0.2 (by loloz3)
- Beginning of graphic IHM.
NDSWebRadio v0.1 (by loloz3)
- Change of the radio for frequency 3.
Dissonance (by Dave Brady)
- Reading of a radio mp3 (Virgin rock'n'roll?) in streaming.