PSP LyricShow Player 1.0 : what is it?
This is just the PSP port of the mobile java software LyricShow Player, which displays lyrics while listening to an mp3. I've translated it myself but this was originally issued in Chinese by gadget2k.
Time display fixed
Bug with L and R triggers fixed
- Complete translation (both English and French)
- Speed optimization
- Lyrics display after quitting while full screen fixed
- Music now plays on background
- Loading screens updated
- Status display updated
- Pad updated ( circle -> cross)
- Player updated
This homebrew is released with a 30-seconds extract (no piracy!) of Breaking The Habit, with its lyrics file.
Just extract the archive to MS root.
PSP Lyrics Shower 0.9.7 AKA PSP LyricShow Player 0.9.7:
PSP LyricShow Player Advance 1.0 :
I can not find my songs.
-> Make sure your music files are in mp3 format and in the ms0:/PSP/MUSIC
The lyrics are not displayed.
-> Check that your files are in LRC format, are located in the same folder as the music (ms0:/PSP/MUSIC) and bear the same name as the music they accompany.
Eg: My song.mp3 et My song.lrc
What is a lrc file?
-> It is a file containing text and information on when it should appear on the screen. LRC format is very common in China but almost unknown in occident. Downloading them is perfectly legal but you can easily create your own with simple softwares as VividLyrics Creator. In addition, many Chinese mp3 players may also recognize this format.
The lyrics appear, but are not synchronized.
-> The problem is that your LRC file does not match your version of the song. Use a software to create lyrics (such as VividLyrics Editor) to correct them or get an other mp3 file in sync.
The skin is ugly!
-> In the folder of the homebrew, you can change the three image files (if you do, please post them here so that it can included in a future update ).
I get an error telling me to restart the homebrew by pressing Start.
-> Do not press Start, press Home, quit and relaunch.
My PSP freezed !!
-> Yes, that's the risk with all homebrew. The problem may be an overload of RAM, just turn on your PSP back and do not worry: this program does not mess the flash0, so there is no risk of brick. To avoid the problem, do not overload the RAM by not being too quick in your actions.