Crossfire release 0.5.0 (webbased streaming client)

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  • #16756
    Anonymous
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    any plans of releasing crossfire as an official iTunes store app?

    #16757
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Good links !Thank you ! 😉

    #16758
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    @imnotatfault wrote:

    any plans of releasing crossfire as an official iTunes store app?

    Not yet 😉

    #16759
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I also have an N810 and have been searching for a daap client for it to connect to my Ubuntu server which is running Firefly. I was almost going to install a uPnP server (GMediaserver), since the N810 built-in media player is uPnP aware, but really didn’t want the server to have Firefly, MythTV (which apparently has uPnP built-in but I have no idea how to get it to serve anything), and GMediaserver all on one box.

    Now… please excuse the dumb question… Isn’t this for the iPhone? How does one install this on an N810???

    Thanks.

    #16760
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Crossfire can be used on any webenabled device (from Nokia to HTC phone, to iPhone to even Playstation3). It also works perfectly from any desktop (Firefox and IE) and is tended to be as lightweight as possible (minimal dependancies) in local and wan environments.

    Its a PHP and AJAX based webapplication, so you just need to have PHP and a Webserver (Apache, lighttp, Cherookee or IIS) on your Ubuntu box.
    You just will need to configure the config file, and might want to optimize a template to suit your need.

    I think there might be someone on this forum which has already done so for the N810.

    Cheers,
    Tony

    #16761
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    My apologies – should have downloaded the package and read the README file. I thought it was a client app when I read your first post. 😳 Got it setup easily after reading the instructions.

    Compared with FirePlay, I’d say FirePlay works well as a desktop alternative to iTunes, but Crossfire is faster and easier on the eyes on a small screen. Good work!

    #16762
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Glad you like it. Crossfire is still under heavy development, so keep your eyes open for any updates as I am trying to improve this client as far as web2.0 let’s me. 😀

    The next release will include support for all filetypes supported by Firefly, plus a neat way of setting/transcoding your own mimetypes (necessary in order to support more devices).

    Also I am hugly improving speed, and will offer ways the results are beeing cached on the system.
    On top of that, there is a neat script /extras folder which will enable streaming directly from disk (omitting the DAAP musicproxy altogether).

    Cheers,
    Tony

    #16763
    chocozilla
    Guest

    Tony,

    Thanks for your hardwork.

    I am trying to stream FLAC files on NAS using Firefly and Crossfire to iPhone. MP3 files seems to work fine, but FLAC wont play. I thought firefly transcode FLAC file on the fly.

    I am using ReadyNAS with firefly media server svn-1676 add-on.

    Also is there a way to sort album / artist ?

    Regards,

    #16764
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    @edgecrush3r wrote:

    The next release will include support for all filetypes supported by Firefly, plus a neat way of setting/transcoding your own mimetypes (necessary in order to support more devices).

    So would this include AAC media?

    -Scott

    #16765
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    AAC/FLAC support is going to be supported in the next release.
    Send me a message at tony(dot)tromp(at)gmail(dot)com, and I can send you the latest including AAC support. Or altenativly just wait for the latest release 😉

    #16766
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I still can’t get the N800 to play. I loaded the mplayer plug-in (and library), the player launches, and I see buffering, then playing, then immediately to stopped. Hitting play again just goes to playing then stopped. For those who have it working, what else did you do?

    -Scott

    #16767
    wwarren
    Participant

    Not sure if this is a bug or just some quirk. I got crossfire 0.5.0 working on my iPhone at “http://IP/crossfire/index.html” and added an icon for it to the home screen. However, instead of the icon bringing up that page, it brings up “http://IP/crossfire/index.html#mainMenuPage”. Sometimes that loads right and sometimes it loads blank. But if I take off the “#mainMenuPage” part, it always loads correctly.

    Also, album/artist lists are unalphabetized. Is there a way to get them listed in order?

    #16768
    vyizis
    Guest

    I am trying to get this working on my server, i am using a windows home server system which uses IIS i have installed php and the normal php test script runs on the server but when i try to use crossfire i get a blank screen or an error that says there was a problem with this request. I have set it up as a virtual directory on the iis server. Any ideas what might be causing this?

    #16769
    OCedHrt
    Participant

    I get the below error on my iPhone and Google Chrome. I have already added the 2 extra entries for the templates (and they don’t relate to iPhone anyways). Also, I am not seeing the tiger template on the iPhone and am instead seeing the default template even though config.xml contains templates/jpint_tiger.xml for user agent (Mozilla).*(iPhone).*

    Warning: fopen(http://localhost:3689/databases/1/items/5339) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.1 404 Not found in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 73

    Warning: stream_get_meta_data(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 75

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 76

    Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php:73) in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 141

    Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php:73) in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 142

    Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php:73) in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 143

    Warning: feof(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 145

    Warning: fgets(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 146

    Warning: feof(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 145

    Warning: fgets(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /var/www/crossfire/binairyproxy.php on line 146
    #16770
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I really would like to get my music library from my buffalo linkstation live steamed onto my ipod touch.
    My linkstation has an open stock firmware. Is it possible to get crossfire run on it?
    As far I can see I need an PHP server in the linkstation but hav’nt PHP on it yet.

    thanx!

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