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Thread: Sirius Radio with WebRadio 3

  1. #11
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    My logs show your csv running as Sirius

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    2011-02-01 07:31:20.452	[DEBUG][1]	C:\bin32\vlc\vlc.exe http://127.0.0.1:51710/sirius?channel=14 --sout #duplicate{dst=std{access=file,mux=raw,dst=C:\temp\WebRadio\Gbnetradio-4.mp3},dst=display} -I logger --verbose=2 --file-logging --logfile=C:\temp\WebRadio\VLC.log --no-stats --no-media-library --ignore-config --no-qt-notification --no-skins2-taskbar --qt-start-minimized --no-video --no-sub-autodetect-file
    2011-02-01 07:31:21.752	[DEBUG][1]	Sirius thread http://127.0.0.1:51710/sirius?channel=14
    2011-02-01 07:31:21.752	[DEBUG][5]	Sirius Thread starting
    2011-02-01 07:31:21.752	[DEBUG][5]	Channel 14 from http://127.0.0.1:51710/sirius?channel=14
    2011-02-01 07:31:22.110	[DEBUG][5]	http://images.google.ca/images?q="Argent"+"Hold%20Your%20Head%20Up"&start=0
    Check the announcement thread for 3.5 maybe I fixed something that was unknowingly stopping Sirius from working.

    Martin

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    Hopefully, Im not too blind.. cant find 3.5 ?

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    Sorry it's not really announced as WR 3.5 http://forums.nextpvr.com/showthread...eb-Radio-(beta)

    Martin

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    With 3.5 installed, no more crashing.
    Album art comes up nice.
    No audio though..
    I notice that the GBnetradio file stays at 0 bytes when I play a Sirius channel, and VLC log just shows Open then Stopping playback.

    Other WebRadio (Like a selection from Mike's) works fine.
    SiriusXMStreamer works fine (internal player).

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    Could you send the vlc.log right after trying sirius?

    Martin

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    From an empty log, then startup NPVR select a Sirius channel..
    the VLC log just shows, Open/Stopping Open/Stopping.
    When I shut down NPVR, nothing gets appended to the log.
    I believe the VLC is 1.1.5 ?

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    Can you try an old copy of VLC, like 1.02 for the videolan web site?

    Martin

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    That did it. Replaced 1.1.5 with 1.02, and Im getting audio now (and VLC log populates with alot of information)
    Maybe something in the command line ?

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    Ok, good nothing can be easy. I think there was a regression in VLC handling of m3u files and mms streams but it might be a command line feel free to play and let me know. Until then I will update WebRadio 3.5 so that there is a SiriusPlayer option, since I believe in running the current VLC on unknown sites.

    Martin

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    Ok.. got it narrowed down to VLC 1.0.5 works and 1.1.0 doesnt (no audio, no VLC log)
    (There is a 1.0.6, but no windows version.)

    Looking thru the changelog, only one thing jumps out at me..

    Changes between 1.0.5 and 1.1.0:
    Removed Modules:
    * access_file removed in favor of filesystem

    In a working NPVR log, I can see the command line for VLC, such as
    C:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe http://127.0.0.1:51710/sirius?channel=1 --sout #duplicate{dst=std{access=file,mux=raw,dst=C:\temp \Gbnetradio-0.mp3} etc etc

    Do all WebRadio stations get this same command line which includes "access=file" method ?

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