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  • #3404
    rpedde
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    @blamm wrote:

    I have also discovered that VLC will play FLACs from Firefly using the above method without the “never_transcode” trick. Is Firefly doing something odd with the FLACs?

    Ya. I can’t tell whether or not a downlevel client can play a flac, so I always transcode flac files. Sadly, some clients that *can* play flac files *can’t* play wav files (rhythmbox, I’m looking at you).

    If there is a client that I know for a fact can play a file type, I can set whether or not it can handle a particular codec type (using the user-agent), but so many clients say they are iTunes that I can’t use that reliably.

    I do accept a header value called “accept-codecs” that lists the codecs it can play, and I think there are a couple linux players now that pass that value so I can automatically determine what to transcode, but not all of them have it, hence the ability to hand-tune whether or not to transcode flac.

    If that makes sense.

    #3405
    chuck
    Guest

    I had some problems getting this to authorize properly, and it wasn’t until I forced firefly to listen on port 3689 with itunes sharing off that i was able to get it to authorize with the MP3 password in the config file.

    It was just a rather frustrating 2 hours, so I thought I’d put in my $.02 to spare others the pain.

    #3406
    blamm
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    @rpedde wrote:

    I do accept a header value called “accept-codecs” that lists the codecs it can play, and I think there are a couple linux players now that pass that value so I can automatically determine what to transcode, but not all of them have it, hence the ability to hand-tune whether or not to transcode flac.

    If that makes sense.

    Can I tell from the log if this is happening? I am wondering why Foobar plays MP3 with transcoding on but not FLAC or Ogg

    #3407
    rpedde
    Participant

    @blamm wrote:

    @rpedde wrote:

    I do accept a header value called “accept-codecs” that lists the codecs it can play, and I think there are a couple linux players now that pass that value so I can automatically determine what to transcode, but not all of them have it, hence the ability to hand-tune whether or not to transcode flac.

    If that makes sense.

    Can I tell from the log if this is happening? I am wondering why Foobar plays MP3 with transcoding on but not FLAC or Ogg

    Yeah, it will show whether or not it thinks it needs to transcode, and will show the command line it executes to do the transcode.

    – Ron

    #3408
    pro_optimizer
    Guest

    It would be cool if one could access the /applet.html page without needing the admin password. A neat solution would be a third password (next to the admin/music pw) so you can grant/revoke access to a friend but don’t automatically enable him/her to trash your library. Or even a set of passwords. 😀

    #3409
    rpedde
    Participant

    @pro_optimizer wrote:

    It would be cool if one could access the /applet.html page without needing the admin password. A neat solution would be a third password (next to the admin/music pw) so you can grant/revoke access to a friend but don’t automatically enable him/her to trash your library. Or even a set of passwords. 😀

    I’ve just recently added the concept of roles for authentication. I do indeed hope to set something up like that in the future, but it will probably be post-stable.

    — Ron

    #3410
    blamm
    Participant

    Hey,

    How about turning the song names in the playlist page into links to the files using the “http://server/rsp/stream/“?

    🙂

    #3411
    rpedde
    Participant

    @blamm wrote:

    Hey,

    How about turning the song names in the playlist page into links to the files using the “http://server/rsp/stream/“?

    🙂

    It’s a post-1.2 thing. I’d like to get rid of the existing thing and put in a nice flash based player.

    You know one around?

    #3412
    blamm
    Participant

    This is my favourite

    http://www.macloo.com/examples/audio_player/

    Here is another one

    http://musicplayer.sourceforge.net/

    Just need controlling with playlists

    #3413
    rpedde
    Participant

    @blamm wrote:

    This is my favourite

    http://www.macloo.com/examples/audio_player/

    Here is another one

    http://musicplayer.sourceforge.net/

    Just need controlling with playlists

    nice….

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