Gpmadmp3 V0.9 Released

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Robert_John_Shepherd

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Just finished v0.9 of my mp3 player, much like the jump from v0.7 to v0.8, existing users will see a huge leap in functionality.

New features and changes:
* Changed reboot buttons so as not to conflict with multifirmware after reset
* Now plays 48khz, 44khz, 32khz, 24khz, 22khz, 16khz, 12khz, 11khz and 8khz mp3 files
* Can now seek with shoulder buttons to jump to the start or end of an mp3
* New options screen (using scrolling window for ultra funkyness)
* 7 Band graphic equaliser presets (note using the EQ will up the clock speed to 133Mhz)
* Removed the caching of seek tables, seems silly and adds unneccessary clutter to the SMC
* Change cpu clock rate between 66/133Mhz for faster seeking
* Clipping protection (to avoid sound distortion when boosting volume with attenuation)
* Key lock
* Playlist screen showing current, preceeding and upcoming track data
* Remove silence at start and end of mp3 files (ideal for badly encoded concert mp3s)
* Sort playlist ascending or descending by album, title, filename or random shuffle
* Save options on reboot

You can download it here:
http://www.robertsworld.org.uk/gpmadmp3.html
 

cyberic

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could you manage to save the options? where are they saved?? It doen't work for me...
 

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your mp3 player has always given out much more bass than all others i've used the equaliser makes it a little better though at 133mhz i get a bit of clicking with the equaliser on or not ? Anyway the player is still really really nice + bassy compared 2 the others in my opinion but then i have freak ears :/
 

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Great player... I wasn´t very happy with the sound quality of the gp32 for playing mp3s. The eqauliser sounds very promising. Excellent work

Thank you
 
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RE: Save options, it's done when you press the reboot combination, to save unneccessary wear and tear on the SMC
 
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