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May 11, 2009, at 09:36 PM by ed -- updated musicbrowser
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Andrew


musicbrowser updated to version 0.23, bug fixes, but also template support. sweet template. I had to convert any references to mb_substr and mb_convert_case to substr and convert_case to get streamlib.php to work. figuring out how to get search working now.

April 04, 2008, at 10:20 AM by Andrew -- Answer to c_malloc
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c_malloc: You need to make sure the file permissions on audio.rss and the associated directory are set appropriately so that the php script can write it.

Andrew

April 02, 2008, at 09:44 PM by Thomas --
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April 02, 2008, at 09:43 PM by Thomas -- info about updated version up to 0.13 at sf.net
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THX! c_malloc


Currently Version 0.13 is available. Amongst others many updates to Flash-player and Rss title. Here is the changelog http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=578190&group_id=208076 Changes: 0.13 (2008-02-20) - Added playlist shuffle - Bugfix: UTF-8 handling in flashplayer and asx playlists would't work for

  some versions of PHP4? in certain situations

- Bugfix: Rss title linked to itself

0.12 (2008-02-12) - Bugfix: Non-ascii characters wasn't displayed correctly in flashplayer and

  asx playlists

- Bugfix: The root playlist name was empty - Clean up item naming in playlist and flashplayer - Bugfix: Redirect (e.g. when using squeezebox playback) didn't work properly - Bugfix: Flash player only played first song in a playlist

0.11 (2008-02-10) - Bugfix: flash player support for UTF-8 link names - Shows covers for all folders when new config 'folderCovers' is enabled - New color scheme

0.10 (2008-02-08) - Bugfix: Download URL's were broken (bug #1889393) - Improve file name parsing for flash player - Charset for rss and browser is now specified in index.php - Don't return everything from the root path if an illegal path is specified

0.9 (2008-02-03) - Bugfix: Flash player didn't play songs with quotes (bug #1885871)

Thomas

April 01, 2008, at 06:49 PM by c_malloc --
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Obviously I am not able to get this working! I used the 0.7-wii version, but when I upload this to the slug and poinz the browser at it, player wants to play something contained in the audio.rss file. As I understand this is due to customizations made in index.php. How can I get it play the files seen in the browser and contained in $PATH?

March 12, 2008, at 10:02 PM by Andrew -- Found that latest vesion disdn\\
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I found that v0.8 didn't work on the Wii - flash player wouldn't load. It did work from my laptop so I suspect it is something to do with Flask versions (the Wii only has Flash 7 I believe). I had to revert to http://musicbrowser.sourceforge.net/experimental/musicbrowser-0.7-wii.zip

Andrew


February 03, 2008, at 08:04 PM by Me --
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The script does not have to be in the same folder as your music, and requires a web server and at least PHP 4.2 to run.

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The script does not have to be in the same folder as your music, and requires a web server and at least PHP 4.2 to run.

February 03, 2008, at 02:56 PM by Me --
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  • streaming of albums and songs
  • shows cover images if they are present.
  • SlimServer playback support
  • server side playback support
  • zero config (flexible config available)
  • small size (25K download)
  • open source
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  • Streams folders recursively as m3u, pls or asx playlists
  • All folders are available as podcasts/rss
  • Cover images (folder.jpg, cover.jpg etc.) are shown in folders and podcasts if available.
  • Embedded flash player (JW FLV Media Player)
  • Basic playback via Slimserver
  • Very basic playback via sound card card on the server
  • Zero config possible, additional config is easy
  • Host access control from slimserver and server side playback.
  • Small size (25K download)
  • Open source (GPL): Feel free to edit the program to fit your needs.
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playback MP3's through a flash-enabled browser.

For this I fused your app with the Flash MP3 player of http://www.jeroenwijering.com/. Instead of opening the RSS file on the client to allow streaming, I write the RSS file to the server and start the player at the client with the RSS-file as a playlist. I enlarged some fonts to make things more Wii-readable. Note that with the play-triangle it is possible to stream playlists.

http://musicbrowser.sourceforge.net/experimental/musicbrowser-0.7-wii.zip

It still needs some work because of some browser incompatibility

A proof of concept on http://nslu2.homeunix.net/mbwii MP3 from http://www.mp3.com/

Edgar

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playback MP3's through a flash-enabled browser.

Music Browser v0.8 includes an embedded flash player, which should enable playback on the Wii.

January 10, 2008, at 07:30 PM by fcarolo -- fixed false wikilinks
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playback MP3?'s through a flash-enabled browser.

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playback MP3's through a flash-enabled browser.

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For this I fused your app with the Flash MP3? player of

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For this I fused your app with the Flash MP3 player of

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MP3? from http://www.mp3.com/

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MP3 from http://www.mp3.com/

January 10, 2008, at 06:29 PM by Edgar -- Streaming to Wii with MusicBrowser
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Streaming to the Nintendo Wii with Music Browser

What I needed was an app to use the NSLU2 as a server to play my music collection on the Wii attached to my stereo. Note that the Wii can only playback MP3?'s through a flash-enabled browser.

For this I fused your app with the Flash MP3? player of http://www.jeroenwijering.com/. Instead of opening the RSS file on the client to allow streaming, I write the RSS file to the server and start the player at the client with the RSS-file as a playlist. I enlarged some fonts to make things more Wii-readable. Note that with the play-triangle it is possible to stream playlists.

http://musicbrowser.sourceforge.net/experimental/musicbrowser-0.7-wii.zip

It still needs some work because of some browser incompatibility

A proof of concept on http://nslu2.homeunix.net/mbwii MP3? from http://www.mp3.com/

Edgar

January 04, 2008, at 07:53 PM by ByronT -- To remove spam from Recent Wiki Changes page
January 01, 2008, at 12:55 PM by Me --
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December 03, 2007, at 06:42 PM by Me --
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  • small size
December 03, 2007, at 06:42 PM by Me --
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- streaming of albums and songs - shows cover images if they are present. - slimserver playback support - server side playback support - zero config (flexible config available) - small size - small size (25K download) - open source

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  • streaming of albums and songs
  • shows cover images if they are present.
  • slimserver playback support
  • server side playback support
  • zero config (flexible config available)
  • small size
  • small size (25K download)
  • open source
December 03, 2007, at 06:41 PM by Me -- update features
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It is light enough to run flawlessly on NAS devices like the Linksys NSLU2 or Freecom FSG3, and could serve as a simple alternative to software like Andromeda. Music Browser supports streaming of albums and songs, and shows cover images if they are present.

The script does not have to be in the same folder as your music, and requires a web server and at least PHP 4.3 to run.

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It is light enough to run flawlessly on NAS devices like the Linksys NSLU2 or Freecom FSG3, and could serve as a simple alternative to software like Andromeda.

Features: - streaming of albums and songs - shows cover images if they are present. - slimserver playback support - server side playback support - zero config (flexible config available) - small size - small size (25K download) - open source

The script does not have to be in the same folder as your music, and requires a web server and at least PHP 4.2 to run.

October 30, 2007, at 12:08 PM by Me --
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The script does not have to be in the same folder as your music, and requires a web server and PHP 4.3 to run.

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The script does not have to be in the same folder as your music, and requires a web server and at least PHP 4.3 to run.

October 29, 2007, at 02:48 PM by Me --
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===Music Browser===

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Music Browser

October 29, 2007, at 02:47 PM by Me --
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==Music Browser==

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===Music Browser===

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Get it at [http://musicbrowser.sourceforge.net/]

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Get it at http://musicbrowser.sourceforge.net/

October 29, 2007, at 02:45 PM by Me -- add Music Browser
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==Music Browser==

Music Browser is a light-weight web based browser for you music collection.

It is light enough to run flawlessly on NAS devices like the Linksys NSLU2 or Freecom FSG3, and could serve as a simple alternative to software like Andromeda. Music Browser supports streaming of albums and songs, and shows cover images if they are present.

The script does not have to be in the same folder as your music, and requires a web server and PHP 4.3 to run.

Get it at [http://musicbrowser.sourceforge.net/]

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Based on work by Andrew, Thomas, c_malloc, Me, fcarolo, Edgar, and ByronT.
Originally by Me.
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