13th October 2005 at 7:11 pm #105
Any reports on iTunes6 compatibility yet ?
I dont want to upgrade before I know if it does not break mt-daapd …
E13th October 2005 at 9:32 pm #3666
No problems at all here (iTunes for Windows, Mac will be tested this evening).13th October 2005 at 10:46 pm #3667
Well, the sharing options page still just shows “Share music”, not “Share videos”, so I guess there’s no option for sharing videos yet? Also, I would try some QuickTime movie first before trying mpg4 😉14th October 2005 at 12:52 pm #3668
Ok, as there where no negative reports here, I updated to iTunes6.
Indeed it seems there is no problem with mt-daapd.
Video share does not seem to work with iTunes itself either.
At least there is no option “Share my video’s” besides “Share my music”
And there is also no option “Look for shared video’s” in iTunes too ..
Perhaps that will pop-up in iTunes7 …
Eddie15th October 2005 at 7:10 am #3669
The daap protocol has support for a “media type”. In fact, iPhoto uses daap as well. It would be reasonably trivial to take mt-daapd and turn it into a picture sharing application.
So I wouldn’t necessarily be surprised to see a movie sharing application turn up at some point.
Maybe it will be iTunes itself. That would indeed be interesting.
— Ron17th October 2005 at 2:08 am #3670
I added some .mp4 from my local podcasts dir to my mt-daap shared dir.
Added .mp4 to the config and restarted …
No go ..
iTunes SEES the .mp4 file and says it is an Quicktime URL. But it wont play …17th October 2005 at 4:19 am #3671
Yup, and that was my experience as well. Bottom line, if iTunes doesn’t support it iTunes to iTunes, then mt-daapd can’t support it. If iTunes *would* play remotely hosted movies, then why wouldn’t it do it iTunes to iTunes?19th October 2005 at 12:10 pm #3672
Subnet masks all the same?
Are all three machines wired? Or is the pc a wireless laptop? Some wireless units don’t do multicast (or need to be configured to enable multicast).20th October 2005 at 1:32 pm #3673
Hmmm… that sounds like:
1. mt-daapd isn’t broken
2. iTunes on the PC isn’t broken
3. iTunes on the Mac isn’t broken
uhh… so what’s not working? Other than the fact that it isn’t working. :/
haven’t we eliminated everything?
Just for grins, have you tried disabling the firewall on the XP box, and disabling the firewall on the Fedora box? (is that /etc/init.d/iptables stop?)21st October 2005 at 10:34 am #3674
If it doesn’t show up in your shared libraries, then it’s a multicast issue.
You can run mt-daapd with -d9 and a logfile specified in the config file, but I can’t imagine you’ll see any more information — it’s apparently working, since you can see and use it from the mac.
All you can probably do is run a sniffer on the XP box and the linux box while starting iTunes — see if you can see what’s not going. See if the linux box isn’t getting the mdns queries, or if it’s not responding to the mdns queries, or whatever.
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