Quote from: Tominthevan on 21 April, 2012, 07:10:58 PMFoo_upnp won't seem to use by streaming profile. I get the following in the console log:What client did you use for browsing the server ?
Foo_upnp won't seem to use by streaming profile. I get the following in the console log:
I asked about this in the TVersity forum as well, I hope someone can help me out. Thanks for reading anyway!When I try to play songs from the Foobar2000 1.1.11 playlist that were added with the UPnP browser from my local TVersity 1.9.7 server, errors are generated and the songs won't play. This goes on until every song in the playlist generated an error. The errors look like this:Unable to open item for playback (Reported file timestamp changed):"http://192.168.1.75:41952/getres/38751/16+ganymed+stand+by+your+love.mp3.mp3.mp3"Unable to open item for playback (Reported file timestamp changed):"http://192.168.1.75:41952/getres/38752/17+ganymed+dancing+in+a+disco.mp3.mp3.mp3"Now when I put the song's address (e.g. http://192.168.1.75:41952/getres/38752/17+...co.mp3.mp3.mp3) into Windows Media Player 12, the songs plays normal. When added to Foobar2000 with "add location" it also generates an error like stated above. I have to say that Foobar2000 with the foo_upnp plugin is the only player that gives errors with TVersity. Every music file of the TVersity server plays well by using a Roberts stream83i radio or my android phone with BubbleUPnP or Plugplayer. Strange thing is that songs that I add to Foobar2000 with the UPnP browser from Twonkyserver 6.0 are playing OK. Does someone have a clue how to get rid of these timestamp errors?? Maybe there is a way to disable timestamp checking?Thanks for your time!kind regards,André
foo_upnp: 367.367934: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1195)/9372: INFO: New device "93e41c6e-2091-1b9b-36bc-7ce94edc677e" detected @ https://HIDDEN/DeviceDescription.xmlfoo_upnp: 368.368531: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1337)/9372: SEVERE: Bad Description response for device "93e41c6e-2091-1b9b-36bc-7ce94edc677e": foo_upnp: 368.368531: PLT_CtrlPoint::CleanupDevice(1089)/9372: INFO: Removing 93e41c6e-2091-1b9b-36bc-7ce94edc677e from device list
Hello, I'm trying to connect Foobar to a remote BubbleUPnP server and it fails from multiple machines. This remote server works just fine from the Android BubbleUPnP app, and I have verified through a web browser that I can hit the remote host and log in.
foo_upnp seems to serve up old/cached playlists, even when a UPnP client specifically asks for an updated version. For example, when BubbleUPnP for Android connects to BubbleUPnP server (used in conjunction with foo_upnp), restarting either the client or the server doesn't fix the issue. Restarting foo_upnp's media server is the only way for the correct playlist to be shown.
also, a minor issue, the latest foobar2000 1.1.11 seems changed the default component/plugin file extension. So, by default, the component installation page does not show any .dll file. I need to manually put a * in the filename field to select foo_upnp.dll
Thank you for this wonderful plugin! Want to ask one more question about it: Is it possible to view individual tracks contained by a node in the UPnP browser tree? What I am missing is a sign in front of a node/album/folder. If this is possible, one could easily add single tracks to a playlist. I also have some folders that contain several hundreds of tracks, I really would like to be able to "click them open" when browsing by folder and add individual tracks to the playlist.Thanks for all the effort you put in this plugin, it is great to have the possibility to connect everything with UPnP here at home!
Thank you for reporting this issue that I introduced in 0.99.39. It is now fixed in the just released 0.99.40:0.99.40 (regression): fixed "View > Add remote Internet UPnP Server..." not connecting to BubbleUPnP Server since 0.99.39 server: faster to return folders containing mp3s. Mostly noticeable on huge playlists.
I'm trying to "remote control" an instance of foobar2000. It seems that the device acting as the remote (a Windows Phone in this example) is "read" by foobar_upnp in foobar2000, and the profile is selected based on that remote. So, in my case, the Windows Phone gets treated as a member of the "Default" Streaming Profile, even though playback is happening on the instance of foobar2000 itself.Is this expected behavior?
My real question is this: If I only want to remote control an instance of foobar2000, and have it play the local files, will foo_upnp work for that? When I start playback, I see that the track is actually playiong from an http address. Is there anyway to have it play the local file, similar to clikcing "Play" on the foobar2000 instance itself?
Also, It seems that the tracks are sorted by Name, and not Track Number, when sent to the client? Is that the case... or is my client doing that? (Using AllShare)
I am attempting to use Foobar running on my desktop PC to send music to PlugPlayer on my iPad which in turn is feeding my DAC/preamp. As far as I can tell there are no configurable settings for the upnp controller in foobar so I am puzzled as to why PlugPlayer does not show up in Foobar as a renderer. There must be something obvious I am overlooking but I have checked all the settings I can find.My setup is windows 7 (firewall off) running foobar2000 as a server, files on a NAS drive and an iPad connected to the wifi network. The PlugPlayer renderer on the iPad has the "Allow UPnP Control" set to ON.
How can I use foobar2000 as client of another foobar with foo_upnp plugin?
Quote from: kdubious on 09 May, 2012, 01:48:03 AMAlso, It seems that the tracks are sorted by Name, and not Track Number, when sent to the client? Is that the case... or is my client doing that? (Using AllShare)Do you mean browsing foo_upnp server from AllShare or browsing AllShare with the UPnP Browser ?
Quote from: bubbleguuum on 10 May, 2012, 01:42:15 PMQuote from: kdubious on 09 May, 2012, 01:48:03 AMAlso, It seems that the tracks are sorted by Name, and not Track Number, when sent to the client? Is that the case... or is my client doing that? (Using AllShare)Do you mean browsing foo_upnp server from AllShare or browsing AllShare with the UPnP Browser ?It seems that browsing the foo_upnp server from _any_ client on my Windows Phone shows the tracks in alphabetical order, and not in "track" order. I'd rather not have to name tracks with "01 - Name."Is this a client issue? Something you can address in foo_upnp?