This is a flash application that will play songs in your webbrowser and it has the look of itunes.
when you go to add your own songs into the xml playlist make sure you delte all of the lines for my songs, they are still in there but they will just be dead links because i deleted the music
The new PSPTunes app was just released, can get it here: http://pspwxp.jetpage.biz/itunes/index.htm
This nice little Flash MP3 player will allow you to listen to MP3s via the web browser interface....see the forum there (hint - register to see some hidden member only areas) for details about compressing the MP3s first in order to work. I am able to get 7 full MP3s to play (MP3s compressed to around 450-600KB).
Works best if the songs are about 300-400kb
How to compress your own songs:
I will give you all a couple of links to obtain some freeware MP3 compression software....
You can use these to get small MP3 files to use with the newly released PSPTunes app by bigbondfan at this website.
You must download both files, then put them together to use.
Kind of complicated getting it all set up...but works just as good as the Goldwave (Not Freeware) app that I use...
Can get you small size 16kbit 11.025kHz stereo MP3s that work great on the PSP.
1. Lame encoder:
Get the 3.96.1 stable version from this page
2. Razorlame - a frontend GUI for the lame encoder:
Get the latest 1.1.5a release
These are both zip packages. Unzip each...and combine them together in one folder on your Windows PC.
Start up RazorLame.exe to begin.
Then...go to Edit - Options and make sure the path to lame.exe is defined...can browse to it...
Note - (you had earlier combined lame.exe in this same folder as RazorLame.exe)
Press OK when ready.
Then, go to Edit - LAME Options and move the Bitrate slider to 16 kbit
Select a Mode of "Stereo"
Define an Output directory that you wish....do not make it the same as the input directory.
Now, go to the Audio processing tab.
Select an Output sampling frequency of 11.025 kHz
Press OK when ready.
Now you are all set up...just use the Add button to add your MP3 files.
Then use the Encode button to begin processing.
(Note - Make sure your Output directory you chose in the LAME options
above is not the same as the directory where your original MP3 file was located.)
Overall...a bit tricky to get setup and working right...but works great...and is all freeware.