Raf's PSP Development

Thursday, September 22, 2005

PSPRadio 0.1a download

Both psp-hacks.com and psp-updates.com have been nice enough to host the program.
Thank you, guys!

I'd also like to thank everybody that's posted with nice comments... I didn't think that the app was mature enough right now for people to actually like it. So I'm glad I released it even though it wasn't ready.

Keep your comments and suggestions coming, though!!. I'll use them to prioritize on what to work on next.. (Wouldn't it be nice to have a voting system...)

Raf.

PS:
-I have playlist (v1) support working now.
-If anybody knows of a free hosting service with subversion support (like sf.net but with subversion instead of cvs), please let me know.

PS2:
-Something I forgot to mention, if you look in the PSPRadio folder, there's a PSPRadio.cfg file, it's plain text, under [WIFI] you can select a different profile. It defaults to the first one (0), but you can select them by using the config file...

PS3:
-The current version only support 44KHz streams, if you use 22 or 11KHz it will still play them, but they'll sound with the wrong pitch. (I'll correct this on the next version).
-Your network profile needs to be setup for static IP. DHCP does not work. (Nobody has figured out yet how to do DHCP on the PSP). (I don't know when or if I'll be able to get this done.)

41 Comments:

  • At 1:31 PM, Blogger StuGotz said…

    The application is not getting an IP assigned when it enables my Wireless interface. I checked the cfg file, the default setting is 0, which my default WLAN connection would be the first one. The IP on the bottom of the application says 0.0.0.0 with 2 extra characters. My WLAN interface works great otherwise, any suggestions?

     
  • At 1:39 PM, Blogger HALFAST II said…

    Running into the same problem her. Deleted all connections recreated one only (should have been 0) still the same problem.

     
  • At 1:58 PM, Blogger ToN said…

    really good job on the program and i highly support you in continuing it to make it better. if you want to make it pretty, i (as most semi-computer people) have photoshop and am pretty good with it and would be glad to render a gui to your needs. (AIM: izzle ma snizzle, email: ton10_in_2010(at)yahoo.com)

    one problem that i'm having is that it apparently only supports streams coming from port 80. is that correct, or is it a wrong setting somewhere on my side? thanks. ToN.

     
  • At 2:00 PM, Blogger StuGotz said…

    I too must commend you on this application. Great idea!!! I applogize for not expressing that on my 1st comment! Keep up the good work, I can't wait until subsequent releases!

     
  • At 2:58 PM, Blogger JTSecurity said…

    hello i guess your idea is goood
    however the psp i have conects to the ip is on the cfg file however it will not play anything for meee pls some help

     
  • At 4:30 PM, Blogger Kyle said…

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  • At 4:31 PM, Blogger Kyle said…

    Thanks for the awesome program, good job! You brought psp music to the next level.

     
  • At 5:17 PM, Blogger Alvin said…

    hes right, you can only connect to streams with port 80 open, please enable it so that it accepts more please!

     
  • At 5:27 PM, Blogger raf said…

    Thanks for the comments about port 80 only. It should support more than just port 80, I'll look into it. But the problem could be that the shoutcast server is of a newer unsopported (yet) version.
    As far as the IP thing goes, as with all homebrew for the PSP right now, the profile needs to be set up for static IP. DHCP will not work. (Adhoc won't work either).

     
  • At 5:39 PM, Blogger zasha said…

    I'm getting 0.0.0.0 just like stugotz (comment #1). do i have to change the wifi profile number?

     
  • At 6:10 PM, Blogger HALFAST II said…

    Cool. The Static ip did the trick.

    To bad the DHCP has not been figured out yet. But never the less this has many prospects Thank you for the Great starting point.

    I am impressed.

     
  • At 6:11 PM, Blogger StuGotz said…

    AWESOME, a statically assigned IP did the trick. Thanks again, great app... I can't wait for future updates.

     
  • At 6:29 PM, Blogger LiQuiD8d said…

    other ports work... it seems you have to make sure you have the trailing slash at the end of the url... EXCELLENT job! Thanks! :) Stream selection would be nice.. i assume right now you can only have one configured in the .cfg file.

     
  • At 8:07 PM, Blogger mr.vibez said…

    Nice work! For some reason the player doesnt get past the 'opening' stream message. It detects my network settings just fine

     
  • At 8:10 PM, Blogger mr.vibez said…

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  • At 8:11 PM, Blogger mr.vibez said…

    Actually what ip should I have in my psp network settings? the ip of my psp or the ip of my router?

     
  • At 9:20 PM, Blogger Yatahaze said…

    What is this playlist support and how do I use it?

     
  • At 4:59 AM, Blogger gbazone said…

    Awesome work! This is what I've been waiting for all along. Thanks for your work, I'm looking forward to seeing this advance!

    I recommend:

    http://66.135.37.228:8000/

    It's a really good Punk/Ska station with no taling or anything at 128kbps.

     
  • At 7:24 AM, Blogger godster said…

    Same problem as mr.vibes....

    Setup using manualy ip detects the ip from within the app and appears to connect, yet when I start a stream it says "opening" yet I get no sound.

    Can someone give examples of the complete network settings used.

     
  • At 7:27 AM, Blogger mr.vibez said…

    Godster, have you tried a different stream? Maybe we are just having problems with that one.

    I know I can use PVNC just fine with my current network settings & when I run the test it says WWW is working fine

    When we set the IP on the psp networking options, do we want to set the IP of the psp or the IP of the computer/router that we are connecting to?

     
  • At 8:32 AM, Blogger godster said…

    Yeah I have tried a couple of different streams and recieve the same result.

    i.e. connects, appears to be playing yet no sound!

     
  • At 9:10 AM, Blogger mr.vibez said…

    Yep i've tried that too. I also tried setting my IP to my routers & computers IP. All that did is cause conflicts.

    This is very strange why we can't hear any sounds. What psp do you have? Mine is 1.50 JAP

     
  • At 12:24 PM, Blogger godster said…

    Mines 1.5 US

    I'm sure others must have experienced this and can therefore comment......

     
  • At 2:28 PM, Blogger Fukubei said…

    How would I go about using playlist version 1 with PSPRadio?
    So far, I've created a playlist with this inside (as radio.pls):
    ------------------------
    [playlist]
    File1=http://vgm128.lan2k.org:8004/
    Title1=VGamp Video Game Radio
    Length1=-1
    File2=http://67.18.142.107:8015/
    Title2=#GM & #AGO - BroadCast
    Length2=-1
    NumberOfEntries=2
    Version=2

    In pspradio.cfg, i put this:
    [MUSIC]
    ;Some MP3 on the memory stick
    FILE = ms0:/PSP/GAME/PSPRADIO/radio.pls;

    Now when i try to use it, i only see "Play" on screen and nothing happens if i press L or R.

    I think because my playlist is a V2? (created with winamp)
    What do i need to modify to change it to version 1?
    Thanks for these infos and kudos for PSPRadio!
    Later,

    Fububei

     
  • At 2:58 PM, Blogger mr.vibez said…

    Erm, the vresion with playlist support hasnt been released yet :)

     
  • At 3:30 PM, Blogger raf said…

    mr.vibez:
    You need to configure the PSP to have an IP that is in your network address space. Try using DHCP first, then write down all the settings, and use something like that for the static IP. (In theory the IP you pick should be outside of the range that your router assigns, look at the router config).

    gbazone: Thanks!
    I recommend:

    Fukubei: Playlist support will be in the next release. The example you give is a v2 kind of playlist. The next release will only support v1 playlists.. like:
    "
    http://vgm128.lan2k.org:8004/
    http://67.18.142.107:8015/
    "
    It's a plain text file with one line per entry.

     
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