Rockbox is a replacement firmware for MP3 players, written from scratch. It runs on a wide range of players from manufacturers such as Apple, Archos, Cowon, Iriver, Olympus, Sandisk, and Toshiba.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players MP3 Software Development Embedded Systems|
Release Notes: The MP3 decoder was optimized, giving longer runtime on dual-core targets. A bitmap scaler was added, meaning that album art no longer has to be prescaled to the right size. A configurable quickscreen, backlight fading, and a calendar plugin were added. The WPS syntax was updated. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Lots of new targets, lots of new codecs, and loads of new features were added.
Release Notes: Shuffle, disk write performance, and support for the Ondio players were improved. Various bugfixes were made. 74-minute and 80-minute recording splits were added for convenient CD creation.
Release Notes: This release added spoken menus, filenames and directories, support for ondio players, directory delete, next-song wps tags, clean shutdown, a faster directory browser, pausable recording, and many new plugins.
Release Notes: This release added bookmarks, alternating WPS lines, directory creation, faster disk transfers, and a playlist viewer. Recorder owners now also get a video player, sound controls in the FM radio menu, and pre-recording.