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I'm not sure how useful this would be - we know Rockbox needs optimising on the ipods, and it's not just codecs - it's also LCD drawing, disk I/O, GUI code... Â We don't really need testers, we need coders who can spend time improving things.
Not all attempts at optimising, as I've quite often found out, work out as you'd think. For this reason I very much miss the ability to measure codec performance accurately (as we could with wav2xxx plugs). The only current alternative is looking at the boost factor, which I'm sure I don't need to explain is quite inaccurate and cumbersome
There's currently no way to get a WMA onto any of the software codec players without hooking them up to a computer.
Quote from: Llorean on October 25, 2006, 11:28:52 PMThere's currently no way to get a WMA onto any of the software codec players without hooking them up to a computer.There is a way how to transfer files between two mass storage devices without using a computer . Here is example of a product for doing this http://www.pricegrabber.com/search_getprod.php/masterid=3248955/.
I am resurrecting this thread to sincerely thank JDGordon for the test_codec plugin.
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