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Discussion in 'TiVo Home Media Features & TiVoToGo' started by grahamg, Dec 14, 2007.
Is there any way to get this to work on a Mac?
hello all i have the program up and running and i see the xm channels on the
tv but i have no sound. i tried rebooting tivo and my computer but still no luck
i have a series 3 tivo and windows xp if that matters. any body have any ideas
Did you try GumboChielf's suggestions in post #26?
ok i have sound on my computer but still no sound from my tv. i have all the
xm channels on my tv i can scroll up and down i go to the bone yard and hit the select button and no sound.
Did you select Wave Mix (or Stereo Mix on my laptop) on this screen?
i don't understand what do u mean your laptop.
My laptop doesn't have Wave Mix, it has Stereo Mix instead. I don't know what your computer has, so you'll have to improvise.
If you mean, pyTivo with my plugin -- yes, it works fine on a Mac. OS X even comes with Python already installed, as I understand it, although I don't know if it's new enough. (Certainly the version in 10.5 should be.) I installed Python 2.5 on my Mini before I found this out -- it was very simple.
ok guys i got it to work thanks for all the help.
When I hit play on a playlist from the "list menu" it craps out - same thing happens if I drill another level deeper (the list of songs in the playlist).
the only way that the playlist seems to work is if I drill into a song and hit play from the Tivo menu.
Is this a known bug or do I have a configuration error (its a wpl BTW)
No, it's not a known bug. And please define "craps out".
hey great program. any chance of incorporating dynamic artist/titles for streaming radio? Thanks
OK, here's a version that allows recursive playlists (one inside another), as well as remote playlists (via http). And for good measure, I threw in support for the "Various Artists" ID3 convention (where the artist field says "Various Artists", and the title field has Artist/Title).
Now the thing is, I'm distributing this as the full pyTivo package, because I made a few more tweaks in plugin.py that aren't in the original master branch (yet?), and I really don't want to have to duplicate that code in music.py anymore. But when I say "the full package", it's only 33K. That's the real size of pyTivo, when you leave out ffmpeg and the Cheetah and eyeD3 libraries. So, if you still need those (I don't -- I get them from my distro), you'll have to get them from a fuller package. I recommend either unzipping this over your current pyTivo, or getting the really complete package here -- just click on the "snapshot" link nearest the top of the page for a .tar.gz of it.
If you really, really want to run the plugin in conjunction with some other version of pyTivo (e.g., wgw's branch), let me know.
If that's addressed to me (?) -- no, that's beyond the capabilities of HMO, sorry. The Tivo only requests that info before it starts playing the stream.
You could do it with HME, though...
My latest pyTivo (with music plugin changes) is now here.
I have worked and worked to get this configuration to work with my online XM account.
When I fire it up on my Series 2 Tivo I receive this error:
"An error occured while running the application. The application closed during a read (0x50006)
Here is what I see when I run runOnline.bat
cRzjPJsw==|XMROUS; pad_user=yes; ep=XMROUS; JSESSIONID=x1STHpNdF2vnLJpvSTyRRq6ns
Please Wait. Initializing Channel List
The schedule file does not exist yet: conf\onlineConf.txt.sch
List of possible mixers to record from:
Listen on port 48490
2 = Primary Sound Capture Driver Unknown Vendor Direct Audio Device: DirectSound
3 = Vinyl AC'97 Audio (WAVE) Unknown Vendor Direct Audio Device: DirectSound Cap
Listen on port 46666 MP3 Request
Does the schedule file missing affect anything?
Also, when I run RunOnline.bat, it opens the XM window and I need to press the Listen Now button to get the music running. Although sometimes when I press Listen Now, I get this error:
"We're sorry. Due to inactivity, you will need to sign in again to listen to XM Radio Online. If you receive this message immediately after signing-in, please make sure that your browser is set to accept cookies. For further assistance, please go to our Listener Support area and read our "Using the Player" FAQs."
Any help would be appreciated.
Don't think it does. Mine says that too.
You did put in your username/password into onlineConf.txt right?
You did all the steps in Post #7 & #8?
Yes, I did put my username and password in there...
I cut it out when I pasted it into the post...
Did you do that step in post #8? You have to comment out with the # the one line and uncomment the other.
And put in the IP address of your computer (not your Tivo). Mine is 192.168.1.126 above