[icecast] winamp >2.75 -answer on song titles // use_meta_data-
oddsock at oddsock.org
Fri Sep 13 15:35:07 PDT 2002
also, keep in mind that support for streaming song titles is also a
function of the source client you use....
I've been very successful with use_meta_data=1 and using either my DSP
source (oddcast) or the Shoutcast DSP source....
and you can always know for sure if song titles are supported on your
server by looking at the HTTP response headers from a request of the
stream, (your request MUST contain Icy-MetaData:1 otherwise the server will
never send you the metadata which is where song titles are stored....as far
as I know, most winamp versions 2.7 and above, send this when attaching to
a stream...this may not help you, but is at least information that may help...
<p>At 02:31 PM 9/13/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>All I can tell you is that I've been unable to ever get meta_data to
>stream, and the question I sent about it a week or two ago has gone
>I never actually checked that I was using WinAmp 2.75, but I do know that
>whatever version of winamp I *was* using could stream metadata from other
>On Fri, 13 Sep 2002, zeek wrote:
> > I've searched the archives on xiph and elsewhere in hopes of finding an
> > answer on whether song titles will work. There seems to be no definitive
> > answer.
> > use_meta_data 1 DOES work for WinAmp 2.75 but nothing else I've tried
> > includes the latest WinAmp and Sonique). Also, I can get some header by
> > telnetting into my port (see below) but still the "meta_data" issue remains
> > a mystery.
> > If there is in fact a definitive answer on this, please by all means FAQ or
> > RTFM me senseless. Even if there's no gratifying definitive answer,
> > on "it works for me" would suffice. All I need is an inch. Otherwise I'm
> > closing the coffin on this project and recommending something else for this
> > really cool top-secret collective project I'm working with that could bring
> > an enormous amount of positive light to the icecast project, it's
> > developers, and all else and others involved.
> > And if I can't get a pulse this time, I recommend putting a radiation
> > on the icecast.org front page And adding the following to the FAQ:
> > Q1: What is icecast?
> > A: See Q1.
> > x-audiocast-location: Philadelphia, PA (formerly NYC)
> > x-audiocast-admin: admin at sparklehouse.com
> > x-audiocast-server-url: http://sparklehouse.com/
> > x-audiocast-mount:/mp3
> > x-audiocast-name:SparklehouseRadio
> > x-audiocast-description:SparklehouseRadio
> > x-audiocast-url:http://sparklehouse.com
> > x-audiocast-genre:SparklehouseRadio
> > x-audiocast-bitrate:128
> > x-audiocast-public:0
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