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Re: AmigaOS 4.1 Update 1 Silver Themes...
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@TheKorn

Woah, your avatar gives me the shivers!

Cheers,
Bean.

OS4.1 + an A1XE with an appetite for batteries!
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Re: Help: Can't get TuneNet v0.92.56 to work from shell
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There is a patch here. It is just the exe, so you'll need to install it on top of the older release.

http://www.tunenet.co.uk/download/TN09258.lha

Please can you let me know if it solves the two issues mentioned above?

Many Thanks,
Bean.

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Re: Help: Can't get TuneNet v0.92.56 to work from shell
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@ktadd

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Has this been fixed in TuneNet 0.92.56?
I still can't seem to get it to work from the shell. Either playing a file in my drive or streamming for the internet.


Hi,

I was sure I fixed the CLI file reference problem and just tried the following:

appdir:tunenet 02_Frankenstein.mp3
appdir:tunenet -nogui 02_Frankenstein.mp3
tn:bin/TuneNet MOD/2_Dragonsfunk.mod

..and that worked.

However, that said I just noticed that I still have a reference problem if TuneNet is already loaded in the background - sigh..

The stream issue is something else though. I can play that link through the Interface, but not from CLI. I'll look into this now.

-- EDIT -- Both issues now resolved - I'll release a patch for people to test.

Cheers,
Bean.


Edited by bean on 2010/3/22 21:09:50
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Re: TuneNet 0.92.56 released !
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@ChrisH

Glad it's working OK for most people.

Quote:
This new version seems almost identical to the old one from my perspective


Nothing really has changed interface / usage wise.

The effort has gone fixing bugs and improving the sound quality (where resampling is involved). The default plugins have been improved as well, MP3 playback has Xing / iTunes Gapless support, and the AIFF encoder now writes correct headers.

Next up is further audio improvements (I'm testing the audio compressor and filters at the moment) and more bug fixes!

Glad it's been a pretty painless upgrade for most.

@Snuffy; I haven't ruled out back porting this to OS4.0 (minus some GUI features), but my interest is really in getting this ship shape and working well. I want to release version 1.0 one day!

Cheers,
Bean.

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@sundown

Quote:
Any update news for TuneNet?


A full new experimental release will be released soon. A bit of detail is on the TuneNet home page. http://tunenet.co.uk

Cheers,
Bean.

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Re: Tunenet eats my ram
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@Antique

Hi,

Quote:
Is it possible to turn it off all the time or do i have to turn it off every time wb has started??


To disable it fully you'll have to remove the RinghioServer from startup using the WBStartup preferences.

To disable just TuneNet's messages launch the Notifications Prefs and untick TuneNet (and TuneNetDock) from the list of Applications. Just remember to turn it back on again when the Notification system is updated if you want TuneNet tune messages again.

Cheers,
Bean.

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Re: YAM DragNDrop when streaming radio via TuneNet
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@whose

Heh heh, TuneNet has had seperate processes for playing for at least 3-4 years! (if not longer)

I believe if you use the SkinFX mode in TuneNet then you won't have any locking issues. I look into checking for a screen lock for the Reaction mode, thanks for the tip.

Cheers,
Bean

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Re: YAM DragNDrop when streaming radio via TuneNet
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@whose

Hi,

TuneNet already uses multiple processes to do things. You can see this by using a tool like Ranger. The player is totally separate from any GUI update.

The issue is between Intuition (Reaction gadgets) and MUI.

Cheers,
Bean.

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Re: Sound problem on SAM OS4.1 Upd1
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@JosDuchIt

Hi,

The radio stations broadcast in MP3 format, so you'll need to have the MP3Cast plugin installed. The MP3Cast plugin needs a compatible mpega.library to decode the MP3 audio.

You can easily install the mpega.library by downloaing the mpega.library from OS4Depot, or the TuneNet download site www.tunenet.co.uk (which has an easy install option).

To recap:

1/ Quit TuneNet

2/ Download and install the mpega.library.
http://www.tunenet.co.uk/download/mpega_libmad.lha

3/ Reinstate the MP3Cast plugin ... or ... download the last publically available experimental MP3Cast plugin by clicking here http://www.tunenet.co.uk/download/MP3Cast-Experimental-1.19.lha

4/ Restart TuneNet.

Hope this helps,
Bean.

P.S. To play WAVS via TuneNet you'll need the datatype plugin, which can be downloaded from http://www.tunenet.co.uk/downloads/tn_datatypes1_6.lha

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Re: YAM DragNDrop when streaming radio via TuneNet
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@amigadad

I put in some code in earlier versions of TuneNet to try and get around a similar problem with the update of the slider gadget and D&D.

Potentially I could freeze all TuneNet gadget updates when it is not the active window, which would get round the problem, but then things like the timer would freeze also. This might look a little odd.

I'll take another look at this after I get the service release out (which is actually turning into a new version as I'm adding features). No promises on a work around though!

Cheers,
Bean.

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Re: Gapless MP3's + Streams (1.19)
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@cha05e90

OK, the radio buffer low situations were (should have) been fixed in 1.19 of the MP3Cast plugin. The 1.19 plugin should be better for that at least (make sure you reboot after copying in the plugin and re-trying) .

Can you PM me your email, I'll send you some test plugins to try if you fancy helping me resolve this issue.

Many Thanks,
Bean.

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Re: Gapless MP3's + Streams (1.19)
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@cha05e90

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n a first thought I suspected a too small TuneNet internal buffer to be the problem or some change in the disk access code - but I assume that you haven't changed much there from 1.14 to 1.19...


The way the sound is read and buffered changed drastically with the first release of the Gapless plugin.

The good news is I can (sort of) recreate the problem by using a pen stick (I don't get any crashes though, just the odd sound break). I'm going to do some more tests. Can you tell me what your player priority setting is set to?

Thanks,
Bean.

Edit -> Also I don't get the high CPU usage that you seem to get.

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Re: Gapless MP3's + Streams (1.19)
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@cha05e90

It shouldn't be too weak, I have a Sam also! I get about 8% CPU usage. It might be something to do with disk read speeds though. I'll compile a new test version for you.

Do you have DMA enabled on the HD, and where are the tunes being read from (HD, pen drive etc...) ?

Cheers,
Bean


Edited by bean on 2010/2/7 19:47:34
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Re: Gapless MP3's + Streams (1.19)
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@cha05e90

Hi,

Please can you remove all plugins except the standard ones, MP3Cast 1.19, AIFF and Protracker. Then reboot and try again.

Let me know how that goes! I need to be sure that it isn't an issue with another plugin first. If there are still problems we'll take it from there.

Cheers,
Bean

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Re: XMP 3.0 [solved]
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On Chris behalf I'm releasing this experimental (1.6) version of Chris' datatypes plugin for TuneNet.

Chris has done all the hard work (thank you Chris!), but I've added some bits to it today which will hopefully solve some of the crashes people have been having. I've also added true 16 bit support and 32bit sample handling:

http://tunenet.co.uk/download/tn_datatypes1_6.lha

The datatypes plugin will eventually become an official part of the TuneNet archive. The deal was struck for the costly sum of a bacon sandwhich and a hamburger late last year!

This is experimental for now, and it needs the OS4.1.1 update.

Cheers,
Bean.

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Re: Gapless MP3's + Streams (1.19)
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@ChrisH

If you get a chance can you put your buffer settings back to 32KB and see if you get less buffer critical and buffer low situations than you did before?

I'm not so sure that the old plugin was fully expunged when you did the tests, so if you could try again from a fresh reboot that would be great.

Thanks,
Bean

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Re: Gapless MP3's + Streams (1.19)
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@Valiant

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Are you sure you haven't got shuffle play enabled, or have reordered your list by clicking the list headers? The plalist will play according to the position number (1st column), unless shuffle play is on.

The plugin can't affect the order of play, so can you check and let me know?

Cheers,
Bean

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Re: XMP 3.0 [solved]
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@Chris

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Ta. Actually, why is TestPlayer being called on startup?


It was just verifying some tunes I had in the playlist.

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Re: Gapless MP3's + Streams (1.19)
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@bean

OK, looks like the last version did the trick, but there is one more version for you all to try.

This version attempts to fix the problems people had with continueous low buffer situations and perhaps even the issue when switching stations where there was some erroneous cross over (I can't be sure I could never reproduce it).

http://tunenet.co.uk/download/MP3Cast-Experimental-1.19.lha

Let me know how you get on..

Cheers,
Bean.

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Re: XMP 3.0 [solved]
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@Chris

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Incidentally the code was based on my DataType plugin which, as Snuffy notes, crashes similarly when TuneNet starts up. So whatever fixes that might fix the XMP one


OK, I'll take a look at it this weekend

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