[mythtv-users] Streaming mp3s from another machine?
daenris at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 20:20:06 UTC 2005
You could try Jinzora. www.jinzora.com
It's a collection of php scripts/pages to set up a webinterface
streaming server. It then streams a (I believe) .m3u playlist. It
also allows creation/editing of playlists and supports multiple
users/settings. It can be set up to autodownload album art/lyrics/etc
if you want that kind of thing as well. I haven't tried using it with
MythTV at all, but on it's own it works fine, and the web interface
doesn't use multiple frames.
On 6/10/05, Justin Mason <jm at jmason.org> wrote:
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> thor writes:
> > On Friday 10 June 2005 12:15 am, Justin Mason wrote:
> > But since you can obviously understand writing shell scripts that cat pid's,
> > you may want to have a look at the mfd and mfe modules in myth CVS.
> looks intriguing.
> The benefit of using esd in this case is that pretty much all clients
> support it "out of the box". hmm -- I wonder if a esd-to-mfe mode
> would be possible? ie. use mfd on the mythbox, have mfe present
> an esd-compatible proxy for clients on the other end, and send an
> audio stream via mfe?
> - --j.
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