Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Neo35 car player (was: Useful features)
Re: Neo35 car player (was: Useful features)
From: Pierrotsmnrd <pierrotsmnrd_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 07:32:32 +0200
I'm just a beginner :(
I think I can't help programming... maybe for something else ?
"BlueChip" <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net> a écrit dans le message news:
> >I wrote the voice UI because we have a number of blind users. (They
> >will write you a follow-up on what's useful). I happened to just had
> >the necessary infrastructure (playing clips from memory) for the video
> >plugin. So I felt I would be the best candidate to help out there. Since
> >increasingly want to use the box in the car, this and Talkbox was also a
> >feature for me.
> This has just reminded to mention this on the ml...
> The Neo35 (SSI + Knobby) have just added "Speech Support" to their units
> ...but it requires that you open the player and replace the firmware chip.
> This suggests (firstly) that the firmware chip is socketed - nice to know.
> But WHY replace the chip? Maybe the MP3 file is held in ROM? But they
> suggest that it will read filenames.
> So do they have a TTS engine?
> How big is this chip?
> What is in it?
> Do you need to create MP3 files to make it work?
> What planet is this?
> Does anyone here actually have a Neo35?
> > > I've just checked the NoDo list, and I didn't saw those features that
> > > could
> > > be very useful:
> > > _ an option to check the size and other properties of a file or a
> > > directory
> > > _ an ID3 tag editor
> > > _ to move files from a directory to another one
> >Again, features are very subjective. I personally can't see me using any
> >the above, file manipulation is way better done at a PC.
> fwiw, I'm all in favour of moving files without a PC - not a request, not
> complaint, just an opinion.
> If anyone wants it badly enough to code it, I am sure that adding
> file-stats to the wps would be simple enough - or even simple to just
> display the file-stats on a new screen ...Pierrot, how good are your C
> programming skills?
Received on 2004-04-19