Author: Ghost #2
I wrote this tool in the years 2003-2005 to hear audio books and music encoded in ogg vorbis format.
OpiePlayer could not handle ogg files with 22 KHz sampling rate and/or mono files (I can't remember). I encode audio books in 16-20 kbit/s mono with 22 kHz sampling rate. This sounds o.k. with ogg-vorbis, but really bad with MP3. It still misses some features like a real playlist and MP3 decoding (does anyone really needs this?).
* Keys are fully configurable.
* Possibility to turn LCD on/off with a single key stroke.
* Scans ogg files recursivly in the home directory /home/zaurus and on CF and SD cards (if plugged in).
Ogg-vorbis decoder library is included!
Categories: Applications, Audio