Xan's NFS Music Player by Xanvier

Category: Sounds | Game: Need for Speed: Most Wanted


Xan's NFS Music Player





This is a custom music player replacement and a BASS library interface for NFS.

Supports Most Wanted and Carbon.

You can find current and future releases here: https://github.com/xan1242/XNFSMusicPlayer/releases

FEATURES:
  • Custom playlist generation - put any number of songs you like!
  • Basic support for M3U playlists!
  • Interactive music playback - you're not missing out on these! You can even modify them to your liking! (requires a bit of skill)
  • Online streaming - listen to online radio in the game!
  • Automatic metadata reading
  • SHOUTcast metadata support - a track changed on the radio? No problem, the Chyron will pop up when it happens!
  • Music looping
  • Per track settings - need to change the song's shown title or change the loop point? You can set that in a separate settings file!
  • A LOT of formats supported:
    • BASS' natively supported streaming formats: MP3/MP2/MP1/OGG/WAV/AIFF
    • BASS' natively supported tracker formats (same as XMPlay): mo3/xm/mod/s3m/it/mtm/umx
    • BASSFLAC
    • BASSMIDI (only a single soundfont at a time for now :/)


More info in the README!

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Install Visual Studio 2015 x86 Redist (from here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53587 ) (SKIP IF ALREADY INSTALLED)
2. Extract this package to your game's root directory
3. Start the game and follow the instructions
4. Do either of following things:
4.1 Make an M3U playlist with your favorite music player and save to scripts\XNFSMusicPlayer\Playlist.m3u
OR
4.2 Open scripts\XNFSMusicPlayer.ini and set PlaylistFile to the path of your M3U file!
NOTE: M3U must be NON-UNICODE!

BUG REPORTING:
Go here: https://github.com/xan1242/XNFSMusicPlayer/issues

SOURCES:
XNFSMusicPlayer: https://github.com/xan1242/XNFSMusicPlayer




Comments


ShadingCrawler (May 11, 2022 @ 14:01)
If anyone is still struggling with only being able to have 20 songs in a playlist, there's a solution: You must delete the ID Tags off your files in order to avoid crashing when adding more than 20 songs to a playlist, you can use MP3Tag for this, and build your playlists with Winamp, i have a playlist of 260+ songs running without issues after doing this (other than songs that are selected to play only on menu still play in Free Roam and Races in NFS:MW)

TerminatorVasya (February 11, 2022 @ 18:08)
When nfs u2 support?

P7IN (January 25, 2022 @ 09:41)
It seems to me that the player has no limit at all.
The main thing is that the music would be something like this:
Artist, title (or just the title) and nothing else (without any album names, etc. in the "Advanced" tab in the file properties)
I have 170+ songs in .mp3 now, playlist created via Winamp and all fine (in Carbon).
Example:
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cjtsuyoshi (January 12, 2022 @ 04:47)
I don't know why, but whenever I go to the EA TRAX menu, it just crashes for no reason.

Kasumi (December 25, 2021 @ 23:09)
Unfortunately, latest version crashes with more than 20 tracks for me... and 1.3 doesn't play them, shows as many tracks as I put there and it loads their media info, but there's silence. Tried either .mp3 or .ogg files. Dunno what version to try.

Xanvier

    
Uploaded at: October 14, 2017 @ 00:54

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