[En-Nut-Discussion] Medianut playmp3 help required

Harald Kipp harald.kipp at egnite.de
Sun Jun 6 16:44:41 CEST 2004

Hi Gary,

playmp3 is a sample to show how to play locally
stored MP3 files...somehow a "talking Ethernut".
During make the four sound sample files are converted
into C source code and compiled into the application
code running on the Ethernut. In other words they are
included into the Nut/OS UROM file system. There is not
network required here.

So you need to move your MP3 files to
and run make. Note, that the memory space is quite
limited, may be 90k or so.

If you want to stream MP3 files over the network,
have a look into nut/app/nutpiper. This is a simple
Internet Radio for Shoutcast servers.


At 14:45 06.06.2004 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi fellow Ethernut users,
>I have an Ethernut 2 and Medianut boards.
>In the example programs, there is playmp3.c
>The example works fine to use UROM with the 4 mp3 files provided.
>But, when I change the first routine in the for(;;) loop to:
>           VsSetVolume(0, 254);
>         PlayMp3File("c:\\temp\\gary.mp3");
>         NutSleep(1000);
>I get error 2 "file or directory not found", but the file is there in my
>temp directory!
>Can anyone please help and tell me what I'm doing wrong or what else I need
>to do,
>to play my mp3 file?
>Many thanks,
>En-Nut-Discussion mailing list
>En-Nut-Discussion at egnite.de

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