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Problem with playlists consisting of remote files

Added by Andre Jonas over 7 years ago

Hey,

when I import a playlist which consists of links to remote audio files (for example generated by http://www.commoradio.net/) and start playing it, Audacious becomes unresponsive. Importing and playing the same list with Clementine works though.


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RE: Problem with playlists consisting of remote files - Added by John Lindgren over 7 years ago

What network protocol and what version of Audacious are you using?

RE: Problem with playlists consisting of remote files - Added by Andre Jonas over 7 years ago

I'm using Audacious 3.2.1 on Arch Linux, 32bit. The links in those generated files simply point to files on a ftp server, like

#EXTINF:241,Vividness
http://ftp.df.lth.se/pub/media/soamc/soamc_mp3/Digibooster/Dan/digi.vividness_T01_MIX.mp3

RE: Problem with playlists consisting of remote files - Added by Lightning Rose over 7 years ago

I'm still using Audacious v2.5.3 under Ubuntu 10.04, so I don't know if this will help.

If I create a .m3u playlist on my desktop without the line, "#EXTINF:241,Vividness", and drag 'n drop the playlist into an Audacious playlist window, it works just fine.

RE: Problem with playlists consisting of remote files - Added by John Lindgren over 7 years ago

Andre, I copied the two lines you pasted into an .m3u files, and it plays perfectly here. If you attach to the audacious process with gdb and create a backtrace when it becomes unresponsive, that might help to figure out why it is not working for you.

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