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Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2100
Would it make sense to post here the log from my foobar console? 
You can try. I can compare with what happens when I start my foobar server.

PS: I would do a trial with last version of the plugin. I understand the reason you rolled back, but who knows, maybe now it works at least as the previous version.

Thanks again for your attention.

I have re-tried several times now with the latest version of the component, but if I do so I don't see any Server at all under the node in the upnp browser window  ... (which is very obscure to me, since I have used that component without any trouble, before all these issues appeared ...)

Here is the log from the foobar console (info level). It does not look critical to me

Components loaded in: 0:00.023591
Configuration read in: 0:00.001957
Watching: D:\Music\All New Music
Watching: D:\Music\Downloads Active
Watching: J:\Others
Watching: J:\iTunes\iTunes Media\Music
Watching: D:\OneDrive\Musik
Album List refreshed in: 0:00.128575
User Interface initialized in: 0:00.232426
foo_upnp: succesfully loaded file C:\Users\floyd\AppData\Roaming\foobar2000\foo_upnp.xml
foo_upnp: initialized in 0.016s
LOAD
Startup time : 0:00.385520
foo_upnp: created 40779 path registry entries in 0.832s


foo_upnp: loaded Media Library tree in 2.745s


Btw: I have the same issues with my notebook, i.e. it does not matter whether I try to locate the foobar unpnp media server (which I had started on my notebook) from the Desktop PC or vice versa (seeking from my notebook the foobar upnp media server, which I started on the Desktop PC) ...

Could it be, that WMP Settings are causing these issues? Maybe, it has also something to do with Java or other applications run on my PCs ....?


Aaaarghhhhh

Perhaps, I should post the 'foo_upnp.xml'-file here as well?!     

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2101
Would it make sense to post here the log from my foobar console? 
You can try. I can compare with what happens when I start my foobar server.

PS: I would do a trial with last version of the plugin. I understand the reason you rolled back, but who knows, maybe now it works at least as the previous version.

Thanks again for your attention.

I have re-tried several times now with the latest version of the component, but if I do so I don't see any Server at all under the node in the upnp browser window  ... (which is very obscure to me, since I have used that component without any trouble, before all these issues appeared ...)

Here is the log from the foobar console (info level). It does not look critical to me

Components loaded in: 0:00.023591
Configuration read in: 0:00.001957
Watching: D:\Music\All New Music
Watching: D:\Music\Downloads Active
Watching: J:\Others
Watching: J:\iTunes\iTunes Media\Music
Watching: D:\OneDrive\Musik
Album List refreshed in: 0:00.128575
User Interface initialized in: 0:00.232426
foo_upnp: succesfully loaded file C:\Users\floyd\AppData\Roaming\foobar2000\foo_upnp.xml
foo_upnp: initialized in 0.016s
LOAD
Startup time : 0:00.385520
foo_upnp: created 40779 path registry entries in 0.832s


foo_upnp: loaded Media Library tree in 2.745s


Btw: I have the same issues with my notebook, i.e. it does not matter whether I try to locate the foobar unpnp media server (which I had started on my notebook) from the Desktop PC or vice versa (seeking from my notebook the foobar upnp media server, which I started on the Desktop PC) ...

Could it be, that WMP Settings are causing these issues? Maybe, it has also something to do with Java or other applications run on my PCs ....?


Aaaarghhhhh

Perhaps, I should post the 'foo_upnp.xml'-file here as well?!     
You should change log level(in server basic settings) to see something else, but I don't know if I would be able to help you.
I have only one PC with win10 (and external clients).  From WMP I can see foobar server (and viceversa), as all the server I have locally and in my network. 
A couple of doubts: is upnp enabled on your router? Is server port number 56923?
I would try with Audionet RCP: it is free share, does no requires any setting, and when it starts it scans the network looking for uonp servers and renderers ..... only for having a second opinion ...

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2102
Would it make sense to post here the log from my foobar console? 
You can try. I can compare with what happens when I start my foobar server.

PS: I would do a trial with last version of the plugin. I understand the reason you rolled back, but who knows, maybe now it works at least as the previous version.

Thanks again for your attention.

I have re-tried several times now with the latest version of the component, but if I do so I don't see any Server at all under the node in the upnp browser window  ... (which is very obscure to me, since I have used that component without any trouble, before all these issues appeared ...)

Here is the log from the foobar console (info level). It does not look critical to me

Components loaded in: 0:00.023591
Configuration read in: 0:00.001957
Watching: D:\Music\All New Music
Watching: D:\Music\Downloads Active
Watching: J:\Others
Watching: J:\iTunes\iTunes Media\Music
Watching: D:\OneDrive\Musik
Album List refreshed in: 0:00.128575
User Interface initialized in: 0:00.232426
foo_upnp: succesfully loaded file C:\Users\floyd\AppData\Roaming\foobar2000\foo_upnp.xml
foo_upnp: initialized in 0.016s
LOAD
Startup time : 0:00.385520
foo_upnp: created 40779 path registry entries in 0.832s


foo_upnp: loaded Media Library tree in 2.745s


Btw: I have the same issues with my notebook, i.e. it does not matter whether I try to locate the foobar unpnp media server (which I had started on my notebook) from the Desktop PC or vice versa (seeking from my notebook the foobar upnp media server, which I started on the Desktop PC) ...

Could it be, that WMP Settings are causing these issues? Maybe, it has also something to do with Java or other applications run on my PCs ....?


Aaaarghhhhh

Perhaps, I should post the 'foo_upnp.xml'-file here as well?!     
You should change log level(in server basic settings) to see something else, but I don't know if I would be able to help you.
I have only one PC with win10 (and external clients).  From WMP I can see foobar server (and viceversa), as all the server I have locally and in my network. 
A couple of doubts: is upnp enabled on your router? Is server port number 56923?
I would try with Audionet RCP: it is free share, does no requires any setting, and when it starts it scans the network looking for uonp servers and renderers ..... only for having a second opinion ...


Oooups, I forgot to enable debug info.

Here comes a bi more of Information:

Components loaded in: 0:00.013602
Configuration read in: 0:00.001416
Watching: D:\Music\All New Music
Watching: D:\Music\Downloads Active
Watching: J:\Others
Watching: J:\iTunes\iTunes Media\Music
Watching: D:\OneDrive\Musik
Album List refreshed in: 0:00.138466
User Interface initialized in: 0:00.331565
foo_upnp: succesfully loaded file C:\Users\floyd\AppData\Roaming\foobar2000\foo_upnp.xml
foo_upnp: 0.000: foo_upnp::on_init(199)/5292: INFO: foo_upnp: version 0.99.45
foo_upnp: 0.001: PLT_UPnP::Start(150)/5292: INFO: Starting UPnP...
foo_upnp: 0.002: PLT_UPnP::Start(166)/5292: SEVERE: NPT_CHECK failed, result=-32042 (UNKNOWN) [(ips.ApplyUntil(PLT_SsdpInitMulticastIterator(socket), NPT_UntilResultNotEquals(0)))]
foo_upnp: 0.002: media_tree_root_node_t::load_ml_filters_from_file(188)/5292: INFO: file C:\Users\floyd\AppData\Roaming\foobar2000\foo_upnp_ml_tree.xml do not exists
foo_upnp: 0.002: standard_media_tree_root_node_t::load_ml_filters(579)/5292: INFO: loaded default Media Library filters
foo_upnp: initialized in 0.012s
LOAD
foo_upnp: 0.013: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "fa095ecc-e13e-40e7-8e6c-3481c41e659c" detected @ http://192.168.178.1:49000/MediaServerDevDesc.xml
foo_upnp: 0.015: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "95802409-bccb-40e7-8e6c-3481C41E659C" detected @ http://192.168.178.1:49000/l2tpv3.xml
foo_upnp: 0.015: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "123402409-bccb-40e7-8e6c-3481C41E659C" detected @ http://192.168.178.1:49000/fboxdesc.xml
foo_upnp: 0.015: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "75802409-bccb-40e7-8e6c-3481C41E659C" detected @ http://192.168.178.1:49000/igddesc.xml
foo_upnp: 0.016: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "75802409-bccb-40e7-9f6c-3481C41E659C" detected @ http://192.168.178.1:49000/igd2desc.xml
foo_upnp: 0.016: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "fa095ecc-e13e-40e7-8e6e-3481c41e659c" detected @ http://192.168.178.1:49000/TMediaCenterDevDesc.xml
foo_upnp: 0.017: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessSsdpSearchResponse(966)/13784: SEVERE: @@@ NULL pointer parameter
foo_upnp: 0.018: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessSsdpSearchResponse(966)/13784: SEVERE: @@@ NULL pointer parameter
Startup time : 0:00.451067
foo_upnp: 0.184: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/9132: INFO: Inspecting device "556b0326-63f0-4740-9117-70b35bcf927c" detected @ http://127.0.0.1:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:556b0326-63f0-4740-9117-70b35bcf927c
foo_upnp: 0.447: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "BO5EBO5E-F00D-F00D-FEED-EC24B8E39517" detected @ http://192.168.178.37:8091/XD/BO5EBO5E-F00D-F00D-FEED-EC24B8E39517
foo_upnp: created 22109 path registry entries in 0.513s
foo_upnp: 0.543: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/4608: INFO: Device "fa095ecc-e13e-40e7-8e6c-3481c41e659c" is now known as "PinkAtHome Mediaserver"
foo_upnp: 0.586: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/7684: INFO: Device "95802409-bccb-40e7-8e6c-3481C41E659C" is now known as "PinkAtHome"
foo_upnp: 0.588: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/12896: INFO: Device "123402409-bccb-40e7-8e6c-3481C41E659C" is now known as "FritzBox UPnP/1.0 AVM"
foo_upnp: 0.589: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/13952: INFO: Device "75802409-bccb-40e7-9f6c-3481C41E659C" is now known as "InternetGatewayDeviceV2 - PinkAtHome"
foo_upnp: 0.589: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/11080: INFO: Device "75802409-bccb-40e7-8e6c-3481C41E659C" is now known as "PinkAtHome"
foo_upnp: 0.590: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/9096: INFO: Device "fa095ecc-e13e-40e7-8e6e-3481c41e659c" is now known as "MagentaCLOUD"
foo_upnp: 0.647: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/9132: INFO: Inspecting device "12b34fa2-2482-4901-9a14-b8eebfff21db" detected @ http://127.0.0.1:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:12b34fa2-2482-4901-9a14-b8eebfff21db
foo_upnp: 0.746: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/400: INFO: Device "556b0326-63f0-4740-9117-70b35bcf927c" is now known as "DESKTOP-LQBAHU1"
foo_upnp: 0.747: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "57476674-f20e-754b-f6bc-069bdca976c5" detected @ http://192.168.178.34:8085/XD/57476674-f20e-754b-f6bc-069bdca976c5
foo_upnp: 0.790: browser_window::OnMSAdded(832)/5292: INFO: Added new server name=PinkAtHome Mediaserver, uuid=fa095ecc-e13e-40e7-8e6c-3481c41e659c, url=http://192.168.178.1:49000/ to browser tree
foo_upnp: 0.792: PLT_CtrlPoint::CreateAction(642)/5292: SEVERE: NPT_CHECK failed, result=-1 (FAILURE) [(FindActionDesc(device, service_type, action_name, action_desc))]
foo_upnp: 0.792: PLT_MediaBrowser::GetSearchCapabilities(225)/5292: SEVERE: NPT_CHECK failed, result=-1 (FAILURE) [(m_CtrlPoint->CreateAction( device, "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1", "GetSearchCapabilities", action))]
foo_upnp: 0.828: browser_window::OnMSAdded(832)/5292: INFO: Added new server name=MagentaCLOUD, uuid=fa095ecc-e13e-40e7-8e6e-3481c41e659c, url=http://192.168.178.1:49000/ to browser tree
foo_upnp: 0.986: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/13600: INFO: Device "BO5EBO5E-F00D-F00D-FEED-EC24B8E39517" is now known as "SoundTouch 10 - Musiquarium"
foo_upnp: 1.1151: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/6184: INFO: Device "12b34fa2-2482-4901-9a14-b8eebfff21db" is now known as "DESKTOP-LQBAHU1: floydophile@hotmail.de_Desktop:"
foo_upnp: 1.1335: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/5752: INFO: Device "57476674-f20e-754b-f6bc-069bdca976c5" is now known as "SoundTouch Music Server"
foo_upnp: 1.1347: browser_window::OnMSAdded(832)/5292: INFO: Added new server name=DESKTOP-LQBAHU1: floydophile@hotmail.de_Desktop:, uuid=12b34fa2-2482-4901-9a14-b8eebfff21db, url=http://127.0.0.1:2869/upnphost/ to browser tree
foo_upnp: 1.1701: browser_window::OnMSAdded(832)/5292: INFO: Added new server name=SoundTouch Music Server, uuid=57476674-f20e-754b-f6bc-069bdca976c5, url=http://192.168.178.34:8085/XD/ to browser tree
foo_upnp: 2.2724: PLT_CtrlPoint::InspectDevice(1269)/13784: INFO: Inspecting device "40b0f92b-6af9-2bb9-b1f0-2b096ab963da" detected @ http://192.168.178.29:8888/upnp_descriptor_0
foo_upnp: 3.3239: PLT_CtrlPoint::ProcessGetDescriptionResponse(1394)/14024: INFO: Device "40b0f92b-6af9-2bb9-b1f0-2b096ab963da" is now known as "TX-NR1007"
foo_upnp: loaded Media Library tree in 3.615s
 

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2103
Here what I see when I start the server (log level all). I hope it helps.
Spoiler (click to show/hide)

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2104
Here what I see when I start the server (log level all). I hope it helps.
Spoiler (click to show/hide)


Still trying to figure out whats wrong :-((

I am just wondering whether the settings of my Windows processes could be wrong. Both, the UpnP-Host and the SSDP-search Services are running as local services, to start automatically 

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2105
Here what I see when I start the server (log level all). I hope it helps.
Spoiler (click to show/hide)


Still trying to figure out whats wrong :-((

I am just wondering whether the settings of my Windows processes could be wrong. Both, the UpnP-Host and the SSDP-search Services are running as local services, to start automatically 
To me they are both localservice manually started. I have set anything to start them (a part the advanced sharing settings). I think you know you can restart them to check if anything changes

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2106
Here what I see when I start the server (log level all). I hope it helps.
Spoiler (click to show/hide)


Still trying to figure out whats wrong :-((

I am just wondering whether the settings of my Windows processes could be wrong. Both, the UpnP-Host and the SSDP-search Services are running as local services, to start automatically 
To me they are both localservice manually started. I have set anything to start them (a part the advanced sharing settings). I think you know you can restart them to check if anything changes

So I spent so much time on that, basically trying everything I could (incl. your suggestions), but I failed.

In the end, I decided to entirely re-install Windows (!), an option I assumed to be less time consuming and less frustrating, and now, voila, it works again.

Anyway, thanks for your help!!

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2107
Here what I see when I start the server (log level all). I hope it helps.
Spoiler (click to show/hide)


Still trying to figure out whats wrong :-((

I am just wondering whether the settings of my Windows processes could be wrong. Both, the UpnP-Host and the SSDP-search Services are running as local services, to start automatically 
To me they are both localservice manually started. I have set anything to start them (a part the advanced sharing settings). I think you know you can restart them to check if anything changes

So I spent so much time on that, basically trying everything I could (incl. your suggestions), but I failed.

In the end, I decided to entirely re-install Windows (!), an option I assumed to be less time consuming and less frustrating, and now, voila, it works again.

Anyway, thanks for your help!!
You are welcome. Hopefully one day somebody with your same problem will read all that and use windows re-installation as first choice!

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2108
Hello to this forum

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2109
I use the foo_upnp composant, mainly the UPnP controller. One detail bothers me: it does not keep the volume settings between to tracks. Ie, no matter how I set it, for instance 12%, when the following track begins, its playback volume is actually 100%, eventhough the glider stays on its 12% position.

Any idea of sthg I do wrong?
Or is it a known issue?

Tia and regards.

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2110
I don't think you are doing anything wrong. Try another controller (I suggest RCP) to check whether it is an issue with your player.

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2111
I use the foo_upnp composant, mainly the UPnP controller. One detail bothers me: it does not keep the volume settings between to tracks. Ie, no matter how I set it, for instance 12%, when the following track begins, its playback volume is actually 100%, eventhough the glider stays on its 12% position.

Any idea of sthg I do wrong?
Or is it a known issue?

Tia and regards.

Also done a quick test using as Player Connector 2 from Raumfeld .... No issue with volume

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2112
Hello, new to this forum. Sorry if this have been asked before. I wonder if anyone knows if there is a way to get foo_upnp to show song info in the "live stream"? IE like when one playing a live stream from certain radio stations there is info in the stream about song title, artist and album.

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2113
Hello,

I am trying to browse my foobar library in Sonos with foo_upnp. It works very well, except for one thing: I can only add the tracks one by one. Impossible to queue an entire album for instance. I am missing the "Play all" option. This is something I manage to do with all other upnp/dlna softs (eg WMP, spotify or google music) but not with foobar/foo_upnp. Any idea?

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2114
I thought Sonos was quite limited in term of other media server browsing (i.e. only a couple officially supported).
I have tried foo_upnp with my Viera TV and Raunfeld Connector: No problem with playing album.

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2115
I thought Sonos was quite limited in term of other media server browsing (i.e. only a couple officially supported).
I have tried foo_upnp with my Viera TV and Raunfeld Connector: No problem with playing album.

I agree there are limitations with Sonos and DLNA. However Sonos IS able in this case to see the foobar server, I can browse my library perfectly but for some reason cannot send a whole album or artist to Sonos which is quite frustrating... Anything I could do about that?

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2116
I am afraid there are some DLNA server they support ... Quite difficult you can ask fixes over other ones not in their list.
I understand it is frustrating, but I see no way,

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2117
Hello , I´m using foorbar as controlpoint for LINN DSM.
Since Davaar 50 the only device available in foobar is LINN:UpnpAv, so gapless streaming is not possible anymore.
Controlpoint KAZOO is working fine, device playlist is still available.
Has anyone the same problems?

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2118
Yes, I have the same issue on an Akurate DS :  since the Davaar 50, the LINN:Playlist is no more available. And the situation remains  the same with the last version of Davaar (version 52). It's not only that the gapless streaming is no more available, but the quality of the sound is better when we use the "playlist" option on a LINN DS. And why not using KAZOO ? Because the search functionality in KAZOO is pretty limited.

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2119
Hello,

Unfortunately, my new DENON X4300H Receiver cannot be used as an uPNP output device
My replaced Denon AVR-3311 could be used as a output device so I attached (i think) the uPNP capabilities of the X4300H.
I think it's missing the <serviceType>urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:RenderingControl:1</serviceType>.
Can someone verify or point me in the right directions to verify this for me?
Thanks!

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2120
Hi together,
first i would like to thank for the nice plugin!

Im using a Synology NAS and a pioneer network audio player N-50A. I'm using my laptop on my sofa to control all the music stuff.

While using the software, I encountered the following questions:

1.) Right click
I have several playlist (ordered by format (flac), genre etc.). I just want to double click on a song and listen to it, how is this possible? This right-click--> upnp controller --> Play on N-50A is kinda annoying. When i double click on a song, it plays it through my laptop speakers.

2.) playlists
I just want to choose a song out of my already existing playlists, double click on it and let it play, like if there is a soundcard connected. If the song has ended, it should play the next one. Why this special Controller Playback queue? I already have playlists!

3.) cover art on player This could be an error in the software or in my config, I don't know. I have mostly flac files and a folder.jpg cover art inside the corresponding album folder. When I play a file from my NAS via my "Y:\" network drive, foobar´2k as well as the Pioneer shows the cover art (in it's display). When I play the same piece via the UPnP browser, foobar shows the cover, but the cover icon on the Pioneer stays blank. It not even shows the default "music note"-icon, when it does not have any cover art present. It's a plain black area. Checkboxes regarding upnp cover art stuff in the Config are all checked.


Thanks for your ideas!

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2121
Hey, I'm kinda new to both this forum and foobar, audio processing and so on.

Me and a friend played around with a discord bot we wrote in c# and got a stream working using your plugin for foobar.
Now we'd really like to know how to access whats currently playing and also the current album art via the media server.

Is there a way to do that ?

Regards, Eroge

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2122
Hi, I'm brand new to Foobar having installed it purely for its Playback Stream Capture function. I've been disapointed to see that when streaming, my music player (a Roberts 83i) does not display ID3 tag info. It simply says Title: Foobar2000 Playback Stream Capture, Artist: Foobar2000

Is it possible to have the correct artist & title info displayed when in stream capture mode. The tags are displayed correctly in normal uPnP mode but I have other issues with uPnP playback - namely the Roberts freezes up all the time when trying to load tracks (this happens with WMP, Twonky, TVersity as well as Foobar). But it plays fine all day long with Foobar and Playback Stream Capture, but with no artist, title info.

Any ideas??

Thanks

Repeating this for a friend, since it seems to have gone ignored.

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2123
I'm using foobar2000 upnp as a controller.  It seems to impose its own sort order on the library.  This is a nuisance.  I've spent quite a bit of time getting my server to deliver the library list in the order I want, only for foobar to change it.

Is there a way to turn off foobar's own sorting of such lists?

I didn't see a  response to this.

Is there a way to turn of sorting? AssetUPnP already returns the results in the correct order, and the sorting just messes things up.

Thanks,
Mike

Re: foo_upnp

Reply #2124
Also done a quick test using as Player Connector 2 from Raumfeld .... No issue with volume
Hello ebr9999,
I try to use Raumfeld Connector2 as Renderer for Foobar with foo_upnp. I want to use playback stream capture, which works well for one title, but gets disconnected ('stopped') usually when switching to next title in playlist (not really reproducable, somtimes runs for 3/4 titles).
I did not change the standard settings of foo_upnp, so strem capture runs with wav and 44,1 kHz.
Do you see the same issue with Connector 2. Or any suggestion for a fix of this behavoiur?
Thanks,
MojoBass

 
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