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This is a discussion on KK's PSP Radio with SHOUTCAST search and play (beta) within the PSP Development Forum forums, part of the PSP Development, Hacks, and Homebrew category; http://pspradio.co.uk Installs on PSP without the need for PC. More features are coming. Enjoy! KK...
Installs on PSP without the need for PC. More features are coming. Enjoy!
Last edited by Killzone_Kid; 07-23-2008 at 05:14 PM.
What a feature rich player you got there Killzone_Kid. The keyboard is really nice. And all the info given about the station and song is great.
Thank you for sharing this with all.:Punk:
Cool how you have it check for updates at start.
suggestions, have an RnB section, maybe Rap aswell
Thanks peeps, sorry for the late reply, been making another module. The update is now available, includes module for creation and editing of the custom station presets. Just check for updates.
Apologise for double post, just wanted to bump it since another update is available! You can now save the station currently playing into presets and...Sleep Timer is added as well!
just tested it out..very nice. good job mate
maybe u could add a j-pop and anime section ;)
Does it require 3.80 fw radio player?
Awesome, just tried it out.
Calypso - Enjoy the excellent 2D space shooter:
"Quoting yourself in your signature means you love to masterbate while looking at the mirror." -me (oh, wait...)
Amazing work here. I wouldn't have thought most of the features already available would be possible to implement. This is even better than the PSPRadio homebrew app.
Excellent job, Killzone Kid!
Very easy, streamlined installation process. Never a hitch in the installation and no having to transfer anything by USB.
Thanks all! There are few things I need to do before starting with skinning, like cutting the long text strings to fit into divs automatically, depending on current size and stuff. As you can see the radio look is very poor atm.
That was the initial idea, apparently if you hang around on PSP forums for a bit you might realise that something as simple as putting few files on the Memory Stick is not something to laugh about for some. Plus it is easier to keep up to date.Originally Posted by Psypher
Ok, few functions that are might not be obvious.
If you click on the textarea you will get psp native text input, quite useful for some fine editing but beware it has a limit, so you can only edit about 250(or a bit more?) last characters from your input with it.
In smart mode, 1 click on caps will switch caps mode for the next 1 letter then it is going back to small letters, 2 clicks - caps stay on until another click on it. It also adds space automatically after .,:?! and capitalises the 1st letter after .?! and new line.
Copy copies entire textarea into clipboard.
1 click mute - mutes it, double click mute - stops it, then another click after that on mute resumes playback.
The transition between stations should be seamless but when it becomes jerky you better off restarting the radio as it is on the way to crash. exit radio, launch rss channel (or any other app), then launch radio again, only this way it completely restarts it.
1 st click on set starts the timer with set parameter, another click with the same parameter brings confirm box with how much time left to activation and you can cancel the timer from there. Click with different parameter sets new timer.
Obviously the timer can only stop the playback, if I would know how to shut psp with it from the web browser I'd be very happy man ;) Tried it last night and it worked a treat, set it for 20 min, went to sleep and didn't even notice when it stopped. So keep the charger plugged in.
Random, plays random station, search with empty search box brings the list of random stations according to Max parameter. I limited the search to 100 stations max but I managed to load 320 with no problem but reckon it can easily get 500 without running out of memory, just takes too long to get and scrolling down 100 is already a pain. Oh yeah if you're wondering, it pulls xml from shoutcast and uses my custom built XML to JSON parser with no loops whatsoever, all pure one pass regexps, to parse it. It is also lightning fast in everything else.
Edit: forgot to mention the number in parentheses on shoutcast search results is the number of current listeners of the station. Unfortunately shoutcast xml does not have max allowed listeners for a station, so sometimes you may be out of luck connecting .
Custom station presets:
If you go to edit while something is playing you will have NOW PLAYING section from which you can assign a category and add the current station to presets. You can create own j-pop, RnB, anime categories this way.
Not much, except that left shoulder button on PSP should take you to the main menu from anywhere.
Well that's about it for now, cheers!
Last edited by Killzone_Kid; 04-10-2008 at 11:57 AM.
One of the best things I've seen lately for my PSP. Thank you.
i tried doing that but after clicking on "save" nothing is actually saved..??Originally Posted by Killzone_Kid
Originally Posted by nicodemus82
Haha, congratulations, you've found a bug! I'll look at it first thing tomorrow, thanks.
All this time I thought I was doing something wrong, hehe.Originally Posted by Killzone_Kid
lol no wonder i couldn't get it to work.. oh well, glad to know it's gonna be fixed :)Originally Posted by Killzone_Kid
The update is available. Try it, should be all good now ;)
Not quite but it is a very good alternitive to ofw's psp radio. I use the pspradio homebrew on my fat, and this web based pspradio on my slim. Very good workOriginally Posted by Tets
yep, seems to be working now :) thnxOriginally Posted by Killzone_Kid
Made few changes, including graphics and animation, oh and the new fixed updater is available. The details are in the Developer's blog. Enjoy new look
Woohoo it's Christmas! :Jump: Need your help guys, especially those with Slim PSP. There is new update core.pspr v1.13 that shuts down PSP completely when Sleep Timer runs out (I'm a happy man ;)), need to know if it works in Slim as well. It should take few seconds after player stops for PSP to turn itself off.
Last edited by Killzone_Kid; 04-12-2008 at 01:32 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
just updated everything now..wow! i love the new graphics and the visualizer. this has quickly become my fave PSP radio player :)
keep up the good work mate
Thanks nicodemus! It is rapidly becoming my favourite radio too *fails to find an appropriate smiley*
I have a crazy coder on my team whom I keep bullying into buying a PSP, hopefully things will get even better!
Of course, yours requires a server... but still, it's totally understandable why.
[I fail @ life]
I am having a problem. I had your player installed and running, but somehow I messed it up, so I deleted it and tried to install it again ... but now it is not installing for me. I am going to http://pspradio.co.uk via my psp browser. Then it says to "Press the HOME button then scroll up, click internet Radio then click on the PSP Radio icon"
Well the problem is that there is no PSP Radio Icon there for me to press. The only icon there is the "About Internet Radio"
Please advise ....
PSP SLIM CFW 3.90 M33-3
Delete the .pspr files from /psp/common and try again.
[I fail @ life]
/psp/common is empty now and still I get the same thing :Cry:Originally Posted by FreePlay
Please help ...
My early brute force radio project (made it soon after the official release): http://pspradio.co.uk/KK_PSP_beta11.zip Most of the included DI streams don't work as DI keep changing them and the player does not support .pls Well, this is basically the reason I wanted to make it better.
You do not have launch icon when you go to Internet Radio right? Does it save at all or attempts to save? The file is KKs_PSP_Radio.prs and should be saved in /PSP/RADIOPLAYER If you can't do it from PSP then here is the direct link: http://pspradio.co.uk/get_icon.phpOriginally Posted by Thibor69
I don't want to jump horses here, but is there a possibility your Memory Stick is dodgy? I've heard that some report more memory than there is and don't give any errors when get written into non existing space.
Holy cow you were correct !! I was not saying that I was out of room although I really was out of room. It is working again now : ) Thanks for your help :Jump:I don't want to jump horses here, but is there a possibility your Memory Stick is dodgy? I've heard that some report more memory than there is and don't give any errors when get written into non existing space.
New update is available. This time PSP Radio gets own forums optimised for PSP usage with added functions for sharing and playing stream/station links. The forums could also be accessed via http://pspradio.co.uk/forums on PC.