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I'd really like to have access to the stream title, too.Apparently when you play a SHOUTcast (ICY) stream which has metadata in it, %artist% and %title% are derived from the StreamTitle metadata, which normally contains the current artist and title and sometimes also the name of the station.It looks like foobar2000 splits the StreamTitle on the first "-", so if it's in a standard "Artist - Title" format and Artist contains a hyphen, then %artist% will be the part before the hyphen and %title% will be everything after, which of course is poo.I was hoping I could parse the data myself and split on the first " - " (spaces around the dash) via custom title formatting, but I don't see any variables where the raw StreamTitle is exposed. Also I had no luck using %url% in a custom column; I had to just use %path%.
Hm, here I only get the artist and title in resp. %artist% and %title%.I never see the the station's name pop up.
Do you have "Enable dynamic track titles (may cause problems with some proxies)" checked in Preferences - Networking?
Also, I'd like to have a boolean variable %stream% so I can check if the track currently playing is a stream or not.
$if($strcmp($left(%path%,7),http$char(58)$char(47)$char(47)),IS A STREAM,IS NOT A STREAM)
$if($strcmp($left(%path%,7),cdda$char(58)$char(47)$char(47)),IS A CD,IS NOT A CD)
Another request for a "station title" titleformat variable (eg. %stream_title% ?)It's very frustrating that once playback begins you can no longer display what stream you are listening to.
...Well, in any case, Winamp has a variable for it (I believe), and even after receiving the artist and track name in Foobar, the radio station name is still available in the Metadata properties window (right-click -> metadata) as "Track title". Is it possible to pull through that title in a keyword like %original_title%?...
Step 3: Click the "Install..." button and select the component archive, or simply drag it to the list.
Thanks, Zeremy QuoteStep 3: Click the "Install..." button and select the component archive, or simply drag it to the list.I don't have to EXTRACT anything first, do I?