iTunes Plus Tracks

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  • #2738

    Anonymous

    I upgraded the seven drm’s tracks that I had purchased from iTunes to the iTunes Plus variety, and firefly will not pick them up off of my PC and post to my windows home server. I am assuming that is because iTunes still tags the files as purchased AAC files; will firefly not copy those over to the share on the WHS? I’m using version svn-1601 on my WHS (power pack 1 updates) on the HP Media Smart EX475 WHS and iTunes version 8/XP with latest updates on the client PC hosting the iTunes database…any pointers would be appreciated.

    #17992

    stretch
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    purchased tracks have a different file extension.
    Check that .m4p is on the list of file types

    #17993

    Anonymous

    Thanks. Following file types picked up in config:

    .mp3,.m4a,.m4p,.wma,.flac,.ogg

    Any hints/suggestions?

    #17994

    stretch
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    @jam3ohio wrote:

    will firefly not copy those over to the share on the WHS?

    Firefly doesn’t copy or move anything anywhere. Firefly only needs read only access to the music files to work.

    Sounds like someone has written an extra module and added it to Firefly.
    You’ll have to take this problem up with HP.

    I’m guessing here but I wonder if this “extra bit” simply ignores certain file types?
    What is the file extension of iTunes Plus files?

    #17995

    Anonymous

    Firefly doesn’t copy or move anything anywhere. Firefly only needs read only access to the music files to work.

    Sounds like someone has written an extra module and added it to Firefly.
    You’ll have to take this problem up with HP.

    Yup. HP Media Aggregator does this. Sorry for the imprecision of my question.

    The Firefly server throws up when seeing the iTunes Plus files, which have the exact same externsion as purchased iTunes files. Therefore, it will not serve these files over the network to the PS3 that I want to stream to. Note my previous post…m4p is the extension. And that etension is listed in the config tool webpage. Will this app serve these…are there any changes that I need to make to the mt-daapd.conf file or something? Am on v. 1601.

    #17996

    Anonymous

    You may want to direct your question over to the http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/HPMediaVault/ group. There’s a lot of expertise with the aggregator over there.

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