I highly suggest reading through the API documentation located at http://www. before attempting to. Forum for discussions related to the AudioTron Plug-In by Brian Antoine. ATaParty: Audiotron GUI – A C# Windows application that provides an alternative Audiotron network-enabled MP3 player using the Turtle Beach Audiotron API.
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Whirlycott Audiotron TOC Generator
Info – you might need to install this Set:: Then, just run it. I don’t maintain this software anymore. There are other GUI apps out there, but the fact that I wanted to run this via my cron scheduler influenced my decision to write this in a language that is conducive to that kind of non-interactive environment i. You will see output like this:.
I am quite sure that there are a few lingering bugs existing in it, but I will be happy to fix them as they are brought my attention. Scalar – you might need to install this Storable – Included with perl 5.
AudioTron API: usable with scripting? – MediaMonkey forum
Please note that this should happily work with perl 5. I sold my Audiotron and now I use another device. Find – Included with perl 5. Please email me with any audiotronn you find or features you want note that the email address has been slightly obfuscated to avoid spam-harvesting robots.
In fact, unless you have a good reason not to do so, I highly recommend that you use cpan to audiotrln the modules above. After this initial run, a cache file will have been created that stores most of the data needed to regenerate the TOC without having to re-scan all of the mp3 aip.
At the time I wrote this, there were two other popular command line TOC generators out there, but I didn’t like either of them hacky, hard-to-modify code or limited featuresso I put this together.
Iconv won’t even work on Windows strict – Included with perl 5. Instead of reading data from all spi your music files, the Audiotron instead reads in the TOC file probably takes I wrote this code because I wanted an Audiotron TOC generator that I could run via cron on my Linux file server which holds my mp3 files. In order to provide you with a fix, I will need any and all diagnostic information that you can provide to me. Basename – Included with perl 5.
I think it is better designed than most of the TOC generators out there and the fact that it uses a cache to store previously parsed mp3 files really speeds things up. If you are not already using the wonderful CPAN moduleyou can automate most of this installation if you have a working version of perl. Iconv – you might need to install aapi Not required if you plan on running this on Windows; in fact, Text:: You need Perl I’m using 5.
This software creates an index file that the Turtle Beach Audiotron home audio device uses to dramatically speed up the otherwise lengthy process of making a list of all the music files on your file server.