John_K and adresd have just released PSP Media Center v0.5b (unknown authors site at this time). With this release users can now play .MP3’s, .MOD’s, and .OGG (Jitters) file formats. The .zip comes with premade eboots for the KXploit. All you have to do is put your music in /PSP/MUSIC. Notes:
– Only 44khz .MP3’s are currently supported, although others may partially work.
– Partial .OGG support (plays jittery)
– Protracker .mod support (no other .mod support yet.)
In the works:
– XviD video playback
– .OGG playback refinement
– .AHX tracker format
Pelo que da pra ver o autor agora esta se empenhanod no xvid e nao deve levar mto tempo... e abaixo um comentario do autor:
MPEG is easily doable but is it worth the bloat? Will anyone actually use it?
AVI is tricky, the AVI container will most likely be supported but there are a jillion codecs that can live inside it.
If anyone wants to come up with a logo or better screens for the MS feel free to do so and post in this thread.
QT same deal as AVI, the most popular codec is sorenson 3 which is not opensource. You have to remember mplayer only supports a lot of formats because it can load the codec .dlls - this also only works on x86 systems which the PSP is not.
RM might be a possibility but not very high on my todo list atm. If we ever get networking going it might be nice to have for streaming video.
WMV is next to impossible and will likely never be done. Plus why would you? XviD and H.264 are much better.
I've been thinking of including a generic MJPG codec for AVI & QT so people can view camera movies. Would people find this useful?
As for GUI and filebrowser, they are being worked on. The text mode look of the current version was just for testing so we could concentrate on getting things working and not on a pretty GUI.