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  • #13856

    blamm
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    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    @sumoallstar wrote:

    First of all, thanks for all your hard work Bo. Truly appreciated.

    And now the selfish requests 😉

    Would it be possible to have a future Fireplay version able to control a Roku using their RCP? There are a few non-flash apps that do this (VisualMR) but they are not Wii friendly. For me (Mii?) this would be killer app worthy!

    That application would be a standalone one. I’m not going to integrate that kind of functionality in FirePlay. But it might be more people than you want to control their SoundBridge from within a Flash app. It’ll have to wait though.

    @sumoallstar wrote:

    A request that should be possible to do – a screensaver option. Once you have some songs queued and playing, have the screen change to black with just the song title and artwork displayed.

    This is an interesting feature! Anyone have a layout suggestion for this Play Mode?

    I quite like this, I found it on the web. Perhaps with the album art on the left?

    #13857

    sumoallstar
    Participant

    I quite like this, I found it on the web. Perhaps with the album art on the left?

    I prefer something a little less bright – so you don’t light up the whole room with your screen. Something like this product image, maybe with a subtle time remaining gauge on the bottom?

    #13858

    removablebrain
    Participant

    Is it possible to have an external config file to customize some aspects of FirePlay?

    Just my personal taste, but don’t want to see any text in the cover art display (I prefer just the whitespace) when disabled or unable to find artwork from lastfm.

    Thanks for all of your work on this!

    #13859

    Anonymous

    When I look in my mt-daapd.log I noticed a strange behaviour. Every time I start a song another stream is opened to an adress in the 150.70.84.XXX network. Why is that? This only happens when I stream songs with FirePlay. If I use iTunes or another app no such stream is opened.

    From my log:


    2008-01-14 12:48:01 (01bf8003): Session 0: Streaming file 'Yeasayer - 02 - Wait For The Summer.mp3' to XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (offset 0)
    2008-01-14 12:48:01 (01c00004): Session 0: Streaming file 'Yeasayer - 02 - Wait For The Summer.mp3' to 150.70.84.22 (offset 0)
    #13860

    Bo Mellberg
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    @wahlis wrote:

    When I look in my mt-daapd.log I noticed a strange behaviour. Every time I start a song another stream is opened to an adress in the 150.70.84.XXX network. Why is that? This only happens when I stream songs with FirePlay. If I use iTunes or another app no such stream is opened.

    From my log:


    2008-01-14 12:48:01 (01bf8003): Session 0: Streaming file 'Yeasayer - 02 - Wait For The Summer.mp3' to XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (offset 0)
    2008-01-14 12:48:01 (01c00004): Session 0: Streaming file 'Yeasayer - 02 - Wait For The Summer.mp3' to 150.70.84.22 (offset 0)

    Could it be the album art? Other than that I have no idea.

    #13861

    blamm
    Participant

    @sumoallstar wrote:

    I quite like this, I found it on the web. Perhaps with the album art on the left?

    I prefer something a little less bright – so you don’t light up the whole room with your screen. Something like this product image, maybe with a subtle time remaining gauge on the bottom?

    I like it

    #13862

    Anonymous

    Can somebody help me with FirePlay (0.84) and my HP Mediasmart Server?

    I have it installed and running. I when I try to access “http://’myserver’:9999/FirePlay.html” from internal or external I have a problem.
    The webpage will display with the full fireplay interface but it will not populate. After some time I get a popup from Adobe Flash Player 9 with this message: A script in this movie is causing Adobe Flash Player 9 to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer may become unresponsive. Do you want to abort the script? Yes or no buttons.

    If I click NO the I get some data in the GENRE Field …. ALL (3765 genres) … 1000,Fallin … and on like this …<br /> After a few more minutes then I get the same popup again and if I click NO to stopping the script then it fills in the ARTIST Field with the same data … ALL (3765 artists) … 1000,Fallin' For You .. and so on

    I can access the Firefly config page (internal and external lan) and I can access pages such as “http://’myserver.com’:9999/server-info?output=xml” and “http://’myserver.com’:9999/rsp/info” – I can even stream to MediaPlayer using “http://’myserver.com’:9999/rsp/stream/1004” (complete with album art!)

    I have updated my Firefly to Version svn-1696 with no difference.

    Can somone help me troubleshoot this?
    Thanks!


    http://img510.imageshack.us/my.php?image=fireplayproblemxu8.jpg

    #13863

    beeka
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    @Yupitsme wrote:

    If I click NO the I get some data in the GENRE Field …. ALL (3765 genres) … 1000,Fallin … and on like this …<br /> After a few more minutes then I get the same popup again and if I click NO to stopping the script then it fills in the ARTIST Field with the same data … ALL (3765 artists) … 1000,Fallin' For You .. and so on

    I was getting similar display oddities when I tried to get two computers using a single server at the same time. Make sure you only have one fireplay window open. Also, if you let the script keep running, does it every load properly? I had an issue with a very low (CPU) power device, but it did eventually load.

    Steve.

    #13864

    Anonymous

    I am having the same issue. Has there been any fix for this.

    #13865

    Bo Mellberg
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    @khopcus wrote:

    I am having the same issue. Has there been any fix for this.

    Can you tell me the output of the following http-request:

    http://www.yourserver.com:3689/rsp/db/1/genre?type=browse

    or use port 9999 if you are on windows.[/code]

    #13866

    Anonymous

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    @khopcus wrote:

    I am having the same issue. Has there been any fix for this.

    Can you tell me the output of the following http-request:

    http://www.yourserver.com:3689/rsp/db/1/genre?type=browse

    or use port 9999 if you are on windows.[/code]

    Here is what was output. I only have the default music setup right now as I was testing it out on my WHS before I transferred all of my iTunes music over.



    0

    0
    6


    Jazz
    World
    Electronica & Dance
    Rock
    Latin
    Classical

    #13867

    toecheese
    Participant

    OK, can you help a relative newbie here… what do I put in the ‘myserver’ field to get Fire Play to work on a remote PC in my house (not the one where firefly resides)? I tried my firefly server PC’s IP address but that didn’t work. Do I need to have a port open on my router? My Soundbridge found firely right away so I never had to deal with any of this stuff before now.

    #13868

    Anonymous

    @khopcus wrote:

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    @khopcus wrote:

    I am having the same issue. Has there been any fix for this.

    Can you tell me the output of the following http-request:

    http://www.yourserver.com:3689/rsp/db/1/genre?type=browse

    or use port 9999 if you are on windows.[/code]

    Here is what was output. I only have the default music setup right now as I was testing it out on my WHS before I transferred all of my iTunes music over.



    0

    0
    6


    Jazz
    World
    Electronica & Dance
    Rock
    Latin
    Classical

    Ok, I added a static playlist using the admin page:

    http://www.yourserver.com:9999/playlist.html

    Ater I did this the interface showed the correct data for the albums, artists, and songs. The only problem I have now is that the songs won’t play if I click the play button. The time just stays at 0:00. If I go to my firefly admin page it is showing that it is transcoding but I never receive it in my browser.

    Any thoughts?

    #13869

    Bo Mellberg
    Participant

    It seems to be buggy if you don’t have any playlists. I will look into this.

    Is your collection purely flac? I ask since you mention transcoding. FirePlay only supports mp3:s.

    #13870

    Anonymous

    @Bo Mellberg wrote:

    It seems to be buggy if you don’t have any playlists. I will look into this.

    Is your collection purely flac? I ask since you mention transcoding. FirePlay only supports mp3:s.

    Yes…. It was my fault. The files I copied over to test were wma’s. It was having trouble with them. Once I copied over some mp3’s it streamed over the internet just fine.

    Thanks

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