copro wrote:I have a SB M1000 and am running Firefly Version svn-1498 on a winxp media server.
I have "d:\media\music" containing about 8000 mp3s and "d:\media\playlists" for my m3u playlists. In Firefly web config, d:\media is set as the music folder.
Usually my SB can connect to Firefly and I can search, browse and play mp3s with no problem. It even sees my playlists but when I try to play them the SB says "0 items, press EXIT to return".
I made the playlists in notepad with a m3u extension and have tried both absolute and relative filepaths.
e.g. absolute "\\192.168.x.x\media\music\Moby-Ambient\Moby-05-Myopia.mp3"
e.g relative "media\music\Moby-Ambient\Moby-05-Myopia.mp3"
Any ideas on getting my playlists to work please?
copro wrote:rpedde wrote:Are you using the 1.1 beta, or 1.0?
Not sure what you mean, the SB is firmware version 2.5.174 and Firefly is svn-1498.
Thanks for the tip on relative paths, I altered my playlist but my SB still says 0 items.
tsnoich wrote:I'm having the exact same issue. To add to my confusion, some of the playlists work, but not all of them. I've viewed the ones that work side-by-side with the ones that do not, but there doesn't seem to be a difference (same relative path, spacing, etc.)
Were you able to figure out a solution for the previous gentleman?
batka wrote:I have exactly the same problem.
The following path arrangement should work I guess. The music files are in:
I:\Lejott\Bob Marley - Chances Are (1981)\1-Reggae On Broadway.mp3
I:\Lejott\Bob Marley - Chances Are (1981)\2-Gonna Get You.mp3
I:\Lejott\Bob Marley - Chances Are (1981)\3-Chances Are.mp3
The M3u file is in "I:\Temp\mp3tag.m3u"
The m3u content is:
..\Lejott\Bob Marley - Chances Are (1981)\1-Reggae On Broadway.mp3
..\Lejott\Bob Marley - Chances Are (1981)\2-Gonna Get You.mp3
..\Lejott\Bob Marley - Chances Are (1981)\3-Chances Are.mp3
WinXP SP2 Hungarian machine. Firefly SVN 1586 build. All my files are FLAC, but I played with MP3 for making it work for sure. The Soundbridge seeing the playlist correctly, but there is no songs in it. it seems Firefly just can't find the path for the files, when parsing m3u playlist.
I tried as many way as I can, for example removing empty lines, relative and absolute paths, windows and unix-like paths, but I never got it working. It only worked if the m3u file was in the same folder as music, aka there was no path linking in the playlist.
Symn wrote:It's a bit of an odd one, but the radio is extremely case sensitive.
rpedde wrote:I have the logs on this, and I'm trying to repro it locally.