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lundi 7 décembre 2009

Rockbox 3.3 le firmware libre pour baladeurs MP3 il est de retour!

Coucou mes amis du blog de BlindHelp,
Voici pour infos...
J'ai la version 2.5 installer sur mon baladeur Archos Recorder 20 go.
J'ignore si avec l'utilitaire de rockbox je peut faire la mise a jour sans pb.
Car pour le fichier francais.voice pour ce model il est uniquement fait jusqu'a la version 2.5 de Rockbox.
Donc mes amis les scripteurs mille merci de penser a une mise a jour pour les ancien models...
Mille Merci par avance.
Avec toute ma fidèl amitié.
Bien a vous.
Rémy (BlindHelp)

Rockbox 3.3 le firmware libre pour baladeurs MP3 il est de retour!

Voici depuis quelque temp que j'avez gardez l'info dans mes archives...
Rockbox 3.3 le firmware libre pour baladeurs MP3 à télécharger!
Pour mon Jukbox recorder 20 GO sa fonctionnerai avec la voix en anglais uniquement si je l'install!
Très ancien mon bau baladeur Archos!

ALERT! Rockbox 3.3 was released on June 19th 2009
ALERTE! Rockbox 3.3 a été publié le 19 Juin 2009

Néant moin je vous donne les liens!
RockBox 3.3 Recorder en anglais + documentations

Nom du fichier:
rockbox-recorder-3.3.zip
Lien directe:
http://download.rockbox.org/release/3.3/rockbox-recorder-3.3.zip
Date de publication:
2009-Jun-19 00:03:39

Nom du fichier:
recorder-3.3-english.zip
Lien directe:
http://download.rockbox.org/release/3.3/recorder-3.3-english.zip
Date de publication:
2009-Jun-19 00:01:59

Et pour la documentation pdf en anglais
Nom du fichier:
rockbox-recorder-3.3.pdf
N'oubliez pas de faire enregistrer la sible sous...
Si non c'est adobe reader qui s'ouvre!
Lien directe:
http://download.rockbox.org/release/3.3/rockbox-recorder-3.3.pdf
Date de publication:
2009-Jun-19 00:03:38

Nom du fichier:
rockbox-recorder-3.3-html.zip
Lien directe:
http://download.rockbox.org/release/3.3/rockbox-recorder-3.3-html.zip
Date de publication:
18-Jun-2009 23:03

Et pour les autres lecteurs compatibles aller ici!
Rockbox 3.3 Download
http://www.rockbox.org/download/

ReleaseNotes33 Main TWiki
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ReleaseNotes33

En tout cas pour ceux qui sont compatibles!

La liste des baladeurs supportés est la suivante :
Liste de 7 éléments
• Apple : iPod de la 1ère à la 5e génération, iPod Mini et iPod Nano 1ère génération (pas le Shuffle, les Nano de 2e et 3e générations, le Classic et le
Touch)
• Archos : Jukebox 5000, 6000, Studio, Recorder, FM Recorder, Recorder V2 et Ondio
• Cowon : iAudio X5, X5V, X5L, M5, et M5L
• Iriver : séries H100, H300 et H10
• Olympus : M:Robe 100
• SanDisk : séries Sansa c200, e200 et e200R (pas les modèles V2)
• Toshiba : séries Gigabeat X et F (pas la série S)
fin de liste

La liste complète des changements de la version 3.3 peut être consultée
sur cette page en anglais:
MajorChanges Main TWiki
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/MajorChanges

Un peut d'histoire...
Rockbox est un firmware libre pouvant être installé sur un ensemble de baladeurs numériques. Ainsi, sur des modèles de constructeurs comme Apple, iRiver
ou Archos, Rockbox remplace le firmware de base pour apporter toute une série de possibilités souvent très sympathiques, sans parler des formats lisibles
qui deviennent beaucoup plus nombreux selon les modèles.

Disponible pendant un bon moment en version 2.5,
voici que la mouture majeure 3.0 à débarquez le 24 Septembre 2008
et maintenant il est a sa version 3.3 publiée le 19 Juin 2009.
Bien entendu il y a eu des version intermédiaire
comme la version 3.1 et 3.2.

Tout cela intègre un changement très profond de l’architecture. Bien
que cela ne soit pas nécessairement pour l’utilisateur, cela rend RockBox compatible avec un nombre accru de baladeurs numériques. Ainsi, un utilitaire
nommé RockboxUtility est désormais présent pour installer le firmware sur les baladeurs compatibles, et ce, de manière beaucoup plus simple : il s’occupe
de tout.

Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas Rockbox, il faut savoir que le nombre de codecs supportés est en général largement supérieur aux capacités du baladeur.
On retrouve ainsi le support des formats MP3, OGG, AAC, MPC, AC3, FLAC, Wavpack, SHN, ALAC, Monkey’s Audio, WAV ou encore AIFF, ainsi que d’autres encore.

Parmi les autres améliorations et ajouts de la version 3.0, on trouvera :
Liste de 7 éléments
• Picture Flow, une réplique du célèbre Cover Flow que l’on retrouve dans les iPod et dans iTunes (ainsi que dans Leopard pour tous les dossiers et fichiers)
• Affichage simple de la pochette lors de la lecture d’un morceau
• Support de la FM sur certains modèles, comme le H10 d’iRiver
• Contrôle direct de la luminosité sur les iPod Nano et Vidéo compatibles
• Nouveau thème par défaut
• Amélioration de l’interface pour la lecture vidéo
• Ajout de plusieurs jeux
fin de liste
La liste complète des changements de la version 3.0 peut être consultée
sur cette page en anglais:
MajorChanges Main TWiki
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/MajorChanges

Pour télécharger l’utilitaire veuillez utiliser le lien directe plus bas...
RockboxUtility
Plataforme:
Windows
Version:
1.2.2
Type de fichier:
zip

Nom du fichier:
rbutilqt-v1.2.2.zip
Lien directe pour son téléchargement:
http://download.rockbox.org/rbutil/win32/rbutilqt-v1.2.2.zip

Note: If you've been using a build other than Rockbox 2.5, some of these things may be slightly different.

Before you upgrade, you should save your current settings to a file, as they will be reset to the default settings when installing Rockbox 3.0. This is
done through the menu "Manage Settings > Save .cfg file".

Using the
RockboxUtility
is the easiest way to install Rockbox 3.0. Simply run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions. Make sure you stop/eject/unmount the USB disk
before you unplug it. You can also download Rockbox 3.0 from
http://www.rockbox.org/download/
If you need more help, or want to use Bootbox to be able to install Rockbox to flash memory on Archos players, see the Documentation section of this document
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxUtility
for information on where to find help for doing this.

Now load the settings you saved before upgrading. This is done through the menu (note the new location) "Manage Settings > Browse .cfg files".

Donc la traduction c'est la suivante:

Note: Si vous utilisez une autre build que rockbox 2.5, certaines de ces
choses peut être légèrement différentes.

Avant de mettre à niveau, vous devez enregistrer vos paramètres actuels vers un fichier,
ils seront réinitialisés aux paramètres par défaut lors de
l'installation de rockbox 3.0.
Sa se fait par l'intermédiaire du menu "Gérer les Paramètres> Enregistrer. cfg".

Utilisation du RockboxUtility
C'est le moyen le plus facile à installer rockbox 3.0. Il suffit d'exécuter le programme d'installation
et suivez les instructions à l'écran.
Assurez-vous d'avoir quitter le lecteur depuis la barre de tâches
Retirer le périphérique en toute sécurité
avant de le débrancher.

Vous pouvez également télécharger rockbox 3.0 à partir de
http://www.rockbox.org/download/
Si vous avez besoin de plus d'aide, ou si vous voulez utiliser
Bootbox pour être en mesure d'installer rockbox sur la mémoire flash du lecteur Archos voir
la section Documentation de ce document
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxUtility
pour des renseignements sur où trouver de l'aide pour se faiere.

Maintenant, on charge les paramètres que vous avez sauvegardé avant la mise à niveau.
Cela se fait par le menu
(notez le nouvel emplacement)
"Gérer les Paramètres>
Parcourir. Cfg files".

Afin dinstaller Rockbox 3.0 si vous avez un baladeur compatible, vous pouvez consulter cette page en anglais:
RockboxUtility Main TWiki
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxUtility

Rockbox 3.0 le firmware libre pour baladeurs MP3 à télécharger!
ALERT! Rockbox 3.0 was released on September 23, 2008
ALERTE! Rockbox 3.0 a été publié le 23 Septembre, 2008

Pour mon Jukbox recorder 20 GO sa fonctionnerai avec la voix en anglais uniquement si je l'install!
Très ancien mon bau baladeur Archos!
Néant moin je vous donne les liens!
RockBox 3.0 Recorder en anglais + documentations

Nom du fichier:
rockbox-recorder-3.0.zip
Lien directe:
http://download.rockbox.org/release/3.0/rockbox-recorder-3.0.zip
Date de publication:
2008-Sep-23 23:29:52

Nom dufichier:
recorder-3.0-english.zip
Lien directe:
http://download.rockbox.org/release/3.0/recorder-3.0-english.zip
Date de publication:
2008-Sep-24 23:48:57

Pour la documentation:
Fichier .pdf en anglais.
rockbox-recorder-3.0.pdf
N'oubliez pas de faire enregistrer la sible sous...
Si non se Adobe reader qui s'ouvre!
Lien directe:
http://download.rockbox.
Date de publication:
2008-Sep-24 00:43:42

Nom du fichier:
rockbox-recorder-3.0-html.zip
Lien directe:
http://download.rockbox.org/release/3.0/rockbox-recorder-3.0-html.zip
Date de publication:
2008-Sep-24 00:43:41

Et pour les autres lecteurs aller ici!
ReleaseNotes30
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/ReleaseNotes30

Vous pouvez le trouver sur cette page:
http://download.rockbox.org/release/3.0/

Liens utils:

Et voici pour avoir tout les fichiers relatif a RockBox pour cela il sufi d'aller ici:
http://download.rockbox.org/

Et pour les fichiers release de RockBox il faut aller ici:
Index of /release/
http://download.rockbox.org/release/
Il y a des dossier depuis la version
3.0
2008-Sep-24 23:49:00.
Jusqu'a la version
3.3
2009-Jun-19 16:49:39.

Et voici la page pour télécharger les Extras de Rockbox !
Tel que les Voice Files (Fichiers voix)
RockboxExtras
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxExtras

Donc voici a continuation mes trouvailles sur la page de Rockbox Extras...
C'est en anglais!

Voice Files
http://www.rockbox.org/daily.shtml
For blind or other users that wish to have the menus and/or filenames voiced, we have daily updated
English voice files for download.

Voiced menus

Voiced menus, directory names, and filenames come in handy not only for visually impaired users but for anybody when the screen can't be seen (while driving,
when the player is inside your coat pocket, etc).

For Rockbox to speak, you must have a voice file installed for your particular language. The voice file for English is called "english.voice", the German
voice is called "deutsch.voice", and so on. A variety of voice files can be downloaded either from the
Voice Files
http://www.rockbox.org/daily.shtml
wiki page and a standard English voice file is available for all players on the
Daily builds
http://www.rockbox.org/daily.shtml
page. (Please note that the files may need to be renamed after downloading as per the format described above).

For other languages and older versions of Rockbox, look
here,
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/VoiceFiles
And this page:
VoiceHowto
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/VoiceHowto

Rockbox Voice Files

Voice files are now built daily automatically as part of the build system. You can find the voice files made available by the Rockbox project by following
the extras link on the website menu. Any other voice files may or may not work, but the ones provided there are expected to and should always be tried
before seeking support over IRC, the forums, or the mailing list, or attempting to file a bug.

Alternatively, you can also generate your own voice file using
RockboxUtility
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxUtility
to make your own voice files.
Make a "langs" directory, if such a directory doesn't exist already, inside the ".rockbox" directory of your player and put the "language.voice" file in
it. Then disconnect your player and boot into Rockbox; you should now have talking menus. If not, check the voice settings menu to see if they have been
activated. Also, on some players, the menus are only voiced when the current song is stopped.

Voiced numbers or spelling for directories and files

You can have names announced by number (folder 1, folder 2, or file 1, file 2, etc.) or spelled , (M U S I C). Press MENU and select Settings /> General
Settings /> Voice. Now amend the options "Voice Directories" and "Voice Filenames". You can set these features to "off," "numbers" or "spell".

Voiced names for directories and files

Rockbox doesn't have any internal text-to-speech capabilities, but you can have names spoken properly using pre-recorded mp3 clips renamed to have an extension
of .talk.

In order to speak a directory name, Rockbox needs you to provide a file called
_dirname.talk
inside that directory. (That is literally "_dirname.talk", not matching the name of the directory!)

In order to speak a filename, e.g., "technoMix.mp3", Rockbox needs you to provide a file called
technoMix.mp3.talk
in the same directory as the original technoMix.mp3 file. Remember the .talk filename must match the .mp3 filename exactly, dashes numbers spaces, everything,
then tack on the ".talk" to your small clip of the song.

You must enable the "Use Directory .talk Clips" and "Use File .talk Clips" options which will then cause Rockbox to check for and "speak" the corresponding
voice clip for the file or directory as you hover over it in the file browser. This can result in extra disk spin-ups, especially if you don't have dircache
enabled.

The .talk files contain the spoken name of the directory or file in MP3 format. They are in regular MP3 format, if you have the software and patience you
can put in a small spoken announcement and fade in a clip of the song, whatever you'd like.

If the .talk clip doesn't exist for a particular file or directory (or when browsing the database), Rockbox will fallback to using the numbered or spelled
options, if configured.

Automated generation of .talk clips

The simplest way to generate .talk clips is to use
RockboxUtility.
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RockboxUtility

Alternatively, a script to automatically create the .talk files using a computer voice for directory and/or file names is available here:
voiceBox+.zip
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/pub/Main/VoiceHowto/voiceBox+.zip

New version which supports both mp3 (for the Archos line of mp3 players) and raw speex (for all newer devices). Both GUI mode and plain drag & drop are
tested working. Drag & drop onto links is untested, but should work as well.

The .zip archive comes complete with all required files, including the free LAME mp3 encoder.

Unzip the file into a handy directory ('C:\Program Files' for instance). A 'voiceBox' directory will be created containg the required files. You are now
ready to run the voiceBox.hta application. This will start an HTML application with simple tick boxes to allow you to choose whether to voice directories
and/or filenames and whether to keep existing .talk files (to only create voice files for new music) or to delete all and re-create. Depending on how many
files and directories you are voicing, and the speed of your computer, the application should give you a success message in a short time - a few seconds
for a few files and directories, several minutes for a larger collection of names. Please read the included file "voiceBox_README.txt" for more detailed
instructions on how to configure the script, e.g., voicing only directories or files, but not both.

Alternatively, you can either drag files or directories onto the script (voiceBox.wsf). If no files are dropped on the script or specified on the command
line, you will be asked to enter the name of a file or directory. You should enter the full pathname to the file or directory if you are using the command
line or entering names at the script prompt.

If you get an error message from the script, or nothing seems to be happening at all, check if perhaps your virus scanner is blocking any scripting activity.
If it is, you should temporarily disable this feature - do not forget to re-enable it after you have generated your .talk files! You might also want to
look at the contents of the file "VoiceBox_logfile.txt", which contains a list of the files and directories processed and the commands that the script
attempted to execute.

You will also need to have a text-to-speech engine installed on your Windows PC. I believe this comes as standard with Windows XP and above. If the voiceBox
application indicates that 'Microsoft Speech' is not installed, then you will have to download and install it from the microsft.com website.

Once the clip generation process is completed, disconnect the jukebox and reboot it as usual.

Modifying the voice's language settings

It is possible to get your Jukebox to read files and directories in several languages. This may be preferable if some artist names or song titles are in
a language other than English, which will be hard to understand if your language is set to US English.

You will need to change the settings of the voiceBox script to the new language and change the Windows standard language, as well. This requires that you
have more than the XP-standard "Microsoft Sam" voice installed on your computer.

If you don't, one way is to first got to
http://www.microsoft.com/reader/downloads/pc.asp
and download and install Microsoft Reader (no need to activate when prompted unless you want buy eBooks) if you don't already have it. Then download and
install additional text-to-speech packages in other languages from
http://www.microsoft.com/reader/developers/downloads/tts.asp

Next change go to your control panel and change to the standard language to the one you prefer (Microsoft reader packages come with both a male and a female
voice for each language).

Then change the settings in the "VoiceUtils.vbs" file. There, you will find the following line:

Set spkr.Voice = spkr.GetVoices("Language=409").Item(0)

You need to change the language ID (409 in this case) to the appropriate hex code for your desired language.

Arabic (Saudi) = 401
Basque = 42d
Chinese (Simplified) = 804
Chinese (Traditional) = 404
Croatian 0x041A
Polish = 415
Czech = 405
Danish = 406
Dutch = 413
English (British) = 809
English (US) = 409
Finnish = 40B
French = 40C
German = 407
Greek = 408
Hebrew = 40D
Hungarian = 40E
Italian = 410
Japanese = 411
Korean = 412
Norwegian = 414
Portuguese (Portugal) = 816
Portuguese (Brazil) = 416
Russian = 419
Slovakian = 41B
Slovenian = 424
Spanish = C0A
Swedish = 41D
Thai = 41E
Turkish = 41F

You are now ready to drag and drop the directories you want to have voiced in the new language onto the voiceBox.wsf file as described above. If you have
already voiced the files with another language before you will either need to delete the relevant .talk files from your Jukebox or change the voiceBox
settings so that old files will be overwritten (default setting is that files and directories with existing .talk files will be skipped). See the voiceBox
documentation for this. However, don't forget to change the settings back later, or voiceBox will always update all .talk files when you have only added
a few new songs that you want voiced.

If you want a third language on your Jukebox go back and change the language settings again and do it over with the next set of directories and files.

Good luck!

And for general instructions on how to use them, go
here.
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/VoiceHowto

Fun Languages
A page of
fun languagesexists.
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/FunnyLangs
Crazy Language Files

As the tracker has a few crazy and weird language files already, I thought it would be appropriate to create a wiki page for such content. Attached are
some examples that actually work. Special thanks go out to Dave Chapman for creating the shorthand one, and thanks to
RobertKeevil
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/RobertKeevil
for writing the script that made all the rest of these possible. Oh, and by the way, some of them are made with other languages, so keep your guard up.
These files must be compiled, see the
LangFiles
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/LangFiles
page for details on how to do so.

Go to the Lang Files
http://www.rockbox.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/LangFiles
page to find out how to compile them. Once completed, put the .lng file in your .rockbox/langs dir.

Pour télécharger le pack des langues de microsoft en francais voici le lien directe:
ReaderTTSInstallFRA.exe
http://download.microsoft.com/download/msreader/utility/1.0/w98nt42kmexp/fr/ReaderTTSInstallFRA.exe

C'est fini mes amis!

Voila pour les infos a propos du firmware RockBox version 3.3 et 3.0 pour les baladeurs MP3!
Bien amicalement a vous.
BlindHelp:!

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