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    rmmeli
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    I have a HP Mediavault and I am running the version of firefly that has been compiled for it. It is version svn-1463. I have it up and running and I can see my songs with iTunes but no movies show up. Should I be able to see them on this version? I aksed over on the hp mediavault yahoo group but did not get an answer.

    I have the following in the mt-daapd.conf file

    extensions = .mp3,.m4a,.m4p,.aif,.m4v,.mpg

    Thanks.

    #15766

    rpedde
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    @rmmeli wrote:

    I have a HP Mediavault and I am running the version of firefly that has been compiled for it. It is version svn-1463. I have it up and running and I can see my songs with iTunes but no movies show up. Should I be able to see them on this version? I aksed over on the hp mediavault yahoo group but did not get an answer.

    I have the following in the mt-daapd.conf file

    extensions = .mp3,.m4a,.m4p,.aif,.m4v,.mpg

    Thanks.

    Do they show up but not play, or do they not show up at all?

    They should at least show up. And are they in the music folder? They’ll have to be in the music folder, or you’ll have to add the video folder (or wherever the videos are) in the music directory (mp3_dir).

    — Ron

    #15767

    rmmeli
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    They are in the Music folder. They do not show up at all. Any suggestions on what to do next would be gratefully received. Thanks.

    #15768

    rpedde
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    @rmmeli wrote:

    They are in the Music folder. They do not show up at all. Any suggestions on what to do next would be gratefully received. Thanks.

    Are these regular iTunes movies? Like from the iTunes store or something?

    Do you get any errors in the log file?

    Ack… on the hp, it’s hard to see the log file… you’ll probably have to log in with a terminal service client and look at the log file in c:program filesfirefly media serverfirefly.log.

    I can’t think of another way to do that. While you are in there, it might make sense to change the log file directory to d:sharespublicfirefly.log or something, just to make it easier to read remotely.

    — Ron

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