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  • fismineur
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foo_flv
Allows you to play Flash Video (.FLV) files on foobar2000.
This currently supports PCM, MP3, and AAC audio codecs.

Download: Flash Video Decoder 0.9.1 (foo_flv.dll)

[a href='index.php?showtopic=86913']All versions and changelog[/a]

  • joelzhao
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Reply #1
Thanks, I'll try this soon.

  • euphonic
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foo_flv
Reply #2
Thank you! It's something I've wished for for some time now. Works fine on my setup.

  • Nixdagibts
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Reply #3
Works good. Thank you.

Could you add support for writing ID3 tags into flv files?
At this point its only possible to view them with foobar.
(flv could contain tags)

  • kode54
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foo_flv
Reply #4
Why would FLV files even support tags? They're not a general use format. Stop downloading your music from YouTube, damnit.

  • Nixdagibts
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Reply #5
Theres no reason to be aggressive.
It is just a question.

  • skexu
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foo_flv
Reply #6
There are tracks we can find ONLY on Youtube. I understand it. But I haven't even thought of ID3 tags in a VIDEO file, lol (prove me wrong)

  • Nixdagibts
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Reply #7
You are right.
Most of my favorite mashups are only on youtube.
Even some literal video versions make more sense on youtube so they are only puplished there.


  • fismineur
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foo_flv
Reply #8
Could you add support for writing ID3 tags into flv files?
At this point its only possible to view them with foobar.
(flv could contain tags)

Yes, the current version can parse and display metadata contained in FLV files, but cannot write.
A future version, if any, might support tag writing.

  • joelzhao
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Reply #9
Some of the internet stream provide flv format, I tested several radio stations, some can work, but most of them can't.
There is sample:
http://api.cztv.com/channels/1601/128.flv/live
rtmp://fm935_2564078
Waiting for the next version that can support those format,THX!

  • kode54
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foo_flv
Reply #10
That sounds like it would require implementing streaming support.

Also, what work is needed for AAC profile detection? Don't the packet decoder services provide that information for free?
  • Last Edit: 27 February, 2011, 08:22:27 PM by kode54

  • fismineur
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Reply #11
Some of the internet stream provide flv format, I tested several radio stations, some can work, but most of them can't.
There is sample:
http://api.cztv.com/channels/1601/128.flv/live
rtmp://fm935_2564078

I found the first sample had a mime type of "video/flv" (I couldn’t open the second one). I made this type acceptable. Previous versions only accepted "video/x-flv", which is the correct mime type for FLV. In addition, fixed minor bugs related to handling streaming files. The sample above works now, but some streaming files still don’t work due to other reasons.

Download: Flash Video Decoder 0.9.2 (foo_flv.dll)

Also, what work is needed for AAC profile detection? Don't the packet decoder services provide that information for free?

In the current version, I call the packet_decoder::analyze_first_frame method (and then packet_decoder::reset_after_seek) against AAC decoders. Without this, provided information such as profile name and sample rate could be incorrect, especially with HE-AAC v1/v2 profiles as far as I’ve tested.
Previous versions couldn't use the packet_decoder and file_info classes in the right way, just because of my lack of skills in component development.
  • Last Edit: 28 February, 2011, 10:25:29 PM by fismineur

  • kode54
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foo_flv
Reply #12
Ah, good.

  • joelzhao
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Reply #13
Thank you very much, it do works.

  • Nowings69
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Reply #14
Very cool!
I use rtmpgw.exe for rtmp
Thank you very much


 
  • Last Edit: 28 February, 2011, 11:47:46 PM by Nowings69

  • joelzhao
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Reply #15
In GOTRADIO, all the stream is rtmp protocol, I think these stations are flv format, would you please work it out?
The address link: http://www.gotradio.com

  • Nowings69
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Reply #16
This is limitation for people where living in the suburbs of Tokyo.

radiko

I use rtmpgw.exe with foo_run
Code: [Select]
rtmpgw --rtmp "rtmpe://radiko.smartstream.ne.jp:1935" --playpath "simul-stream" --swfUrl "http://radiko.jp/player/swf/player_2.0.1.00.swf" --pageUrl "http://radiko.jp/player/player.html#TBS live=1" --flashVer "LNX 10,0,45,2" --live --device 127.0.0.1 --sport 8091

This code copy to Notepad and change extension *.pls
Code: [Select]
[playlist]
File1=http://127.0.0.1:8091/?a=TBS%2f_defInst_
Title1=TBSラジオ
URL=http://radiko.jp/timetable/
Length1=-1

File2=http://127.0.0.1:8091/?a=QRR%2f_defInst_
Title2=文化放送
URL=http://radiko.jp/timetable/
Length2=-1

File3=http://127.0.0.1:8091/?a=LFR%2f_defInst_
Title3=ニッポン放送
URL=http://radiko.jp/timetable/
Length3=-1

File4=http://127.0.0.1:8091/?a=NSB%2f_defInst_
Title4=ラジオNIKKEI
URL=http://radiko.jp/timetable/
Length4=-1

File5=http://127.0.0.1:8091/?a=INT%2f_defInst_
Title5=InterFM
URL=http://radiko.jp/timetable/
Length5=-1

File6=http://127.0.0.1:8091/?a=FMT%2f_defInst_
Title6=TOKYO FM
URL=http://radiko.jp/timetable/
Length6=-1

File7=http://127.0.0.1:8091/?a=FMJ%2f_defInst_
Title7=J-WAVE
URL=http://radiko.jp/timetable/
Length7=-1


NumberOfEntries=7
Version=2


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  • fismineur
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Reply #17
I’ve been able to get some streaming FLVs to play properly by unchecking the box labeled “Enable dynamic track titles” in File > Preferences > Networking.

An example (via http://u12b.sky.fm/ )

RTMP hasn’t worked on my setup yet.

  • fismineur
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foo_flv
Reply #18
Implemented tag writing and ReplayGain support.

Download: [a href='index.php?act=findpost&pid=748118']Flash Video Decoder 0.9.3 (foo_flv.dll)[/a]

  • Nixdagibts
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Reply #19
Big <3

  • fismineur
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foo_flv
Reply #20
Tag editing improvements and speed optimizations.

Download: [a href='index.php?act=findpost&pid=749305']Flash Video Decoder 0.9.4 (foo_flv.dll)[/a]

  • fismineur
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Reply #21
Download: [a href='index.php?act=findpost&pid=756522']Flash Video Decoder 0.9.5 (foo_flv.dll)[/a]

  • mire777
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Reply #22
Can this plugin play sound directly from video on youtube by entering path in ''add location''?
if i enter this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDK9QqIzhwk. I want to hear sound in foobar from that video..
I tried everything but it does not work. It can only play FLV files on hard disk,
so can you add this possibility.

It would be great that someone make a plugin which allows us to have search option from youtube in foobar, playlist from youtube, and ability only for play sound for each selected video. Should look the same as last.fm radio plugin.
Anyone interested for this?
I think If someone makes this, foobar would be universal player.
We already have all possible plugins, this is the only one missing...

  • spidgorny
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foo_flv
Reply #23
Can this plugin play sound directly from video on youtube by entering path in ''add location''?

+1

  • fismineur
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foo_flv
Reply #24
Download: [a href='index.php?act=findpost&pid=818695']Flash Video Decoder 0.9.6 (foo_flv.dll)[/a]

Added support for foobar2000 v1.2. The previous versions of foo_flv can not decode AAC audio with foobar2000 v1.2. (It seems the AAC packet decoder of foobar2000 v1.2 requires an ADTS header followed by each AAC packet)