XBMC Remote Interface for PSP (PlayStation Portable)
#16
trex666,

thanks for the pointer to the v2 readme Blush sorry
hopefully the issue is related to the method used to play the songs (as in the action sent to xbmc via the app is different than the method used to 'play' a song from the GUI)
I'll do some investigation in this area and see if I cant get crossfading etc to work properly

re: thumbs path, I did use proper syntax \\thumbnails\\ etc but ill just wait for you to post your latest version.

Im out of town till sunday but ill get to dumping the httpapi output as soon as I get back
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#17
Quote:thanks for the pointer to the v2 readme sorry

Dont worry about it, ill add it in the lastest readme and some other bits and pieces I left out (Like you need a wireless connection to use this and a networked xbox)
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#18
Updated and available HERE
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#19
I mean HERE
Sorry folks
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#20
Hey there bud, sorry took a while to get around to fiddling with this thing.

I found why the PSP is not crossfading tracks. It calls the stop command before playfile Wink figures, so i removed the code
Code:
if XbmcHttpApi(XBMC_STOP,XBMC_STOP_PARAM) then
in the XbmcPlayFile function. I dont know if this is going to break anything yet, but it does effect my observations regarding getcurrentplaying below

Here is getcurrentplaying when running a song from the db through the UI

Code:
# Filename:musicdb://6/749/11824.mp3
# SongNo:7
# Type:Audio
# Title:Cancer
# Artist:My Chemical Romance
# Album:The Black Parade
# Genre:Alternative
# Year:2006
# Bitrate:241
# Samplerate:44
# Thumb:q:\userdata\Thumbnails\Music\9bf609b5.tbn
# PlayStatus:Playing
# Time:1:54
# Duration:2:23
# Percentage:79
# File size:4321220

This is the output of getcurrentplaying when stopping all playing music and starting a song in the db from the psp

Code:
# Filename:musicdb://6/749/11832.mp3
# SongNo:-1
# Type:Audio
# Title:Teenagers
# Artist:My Chemical Romance
# Album:The Black Parade
# Genre:Alternative
# Year:2006
# Bitrate:249
# Samplerate:44
# Thumb:defaultAlbumCover.png
# PlayStatus:Playing
# Time:0:05
# Duration:2:41
# Percentage:3
# File size:5049443

Note the 'songno' field.
The above example is after xbmc is stopped before playing the next song. If I change the song with the psp (after removing the stop command from the code) it keeps the songno of the previously playing song (in the top example the new song would still have a songno of 7)
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#21
Sorry wanted to add the playlist debug info...

Getplaylistcontents returns
[empty]

xbmc.log contains it (attempting?) to add the songs

Code:
21:23:19 M: 35524608   DEBUG: XBMCHTTPShim: Received command addtoplaylist (musicdb://6/749/11825.mp3)
21:23:19 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Start command: addtoplaylist  paras: addtoplaylist; musicdb://6/749/11825.mp3
21:23:19 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Finished command: addtoplaylist
21:23:19 M: 35524608   DEBUG: webs: accept request
21:23:19 M: 35524608   DEBUG: XBMCHTTPShim: Received command addtoplaylist (musicdb://6/749/11826.mp3)
21:23:19 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Start command: addtoplaylist  paras: addtoplaylist; musicdb://6/749/11826.mp3
21:23:19 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Finished command: addtoplaylist
21:23:19 M: 35545088   DEBUG: webs: accept request
21:23:19 M: 35545088   DEBUG: XBMCHTTPShim: Received command addtoplaylist (musicdb://6/749/11827.mp3)
21:23:19 M: 35545088   DEBUG: HttpApi Start command: addtoplaylist  paras: addtoplaylist; musicdb://6/749/11827.mp3
21:23:19 M: 35545088   DEBUG: HttpApi Finished command: addtoplaylist
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: webs: accept request
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: XBMCHTTPShim: Received command addtoplaylist (musicdb://6/749/11828.mp3)
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Start command: addtoplaylist  paras: addtoplaylist; musicdb://6/749/11828.mp3
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Finished command: addtoplaylist
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: webs: accept request
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: XBMCHTTPShim: Received command addtoplaylist (musicdb://6/749/11829.mp3)
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Start command: addtoplaylist  paras: addtoplaylist; musicdb://6/749/11829.mp3
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Finished command: addtoplaylist
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: webs: accept request
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: XBMCHTTPShim: Received command addtoplaylist (musicdb://6/749/11830.mp3)
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Start command: addtoplaylist  paras: addtoplaylist; musicdb://6/749/11830.mp3
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Finished command: addtoplaylist
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: webs: accept request
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: XBMCHTTPShim: Received command addtoplaylist (musicdb://6/749/11831.mp3)
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Start command: addtoplaylist  paras: addtoplaylist; musicdb://6/749/11831.mp3
21:23:20 M: 35524608   DEBUG: HttpApi Finished command: addtoplaylist
21:23:36 M: 35524608   DEBUG: webs: accept request
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#22
Well it isnt attempting, anything thats in the folder when you start playback, will be queued for playback. Changing how the script communicates with the xbox has been on my list of things to do because (as above) it isnt the best way as the script was originally made aprox a year ago and the httpapi has come a long way since then
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#23
this is all photoshop , changed the background a little bit to maybe add more options for each section, just an idea, not a request or anything like that..

http://img457.imageshack.us/my.php?image...acezt8.jpg
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#24
Whipped up this video to show a couple friends what this app was all about. Figured I'd finnaly post it to youtube.
It shows most features, included it dropping out of range Smile

If your interested in seeing what this app does check this out
http://youtube.com/watch?v=1SreQg1c-VY
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#25
lol thats cool. Was interesting seeing it put to proper use and it only timed out once.
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#26
This looks very nice!

I do not have a PSP but is this going to run on a PC also?
I'm not an expert but I play one at work.
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#27
I guess it could if you remove and also replace the PSP specifics such as wifi activation and its connection list, but there already exsits a an application for the pc already.
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#28
Hi,

I Hope someone can help me out. I saw a Youtube video featuring an excellent application called PSP Remote Interface, see link below.
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=1SreQg1c-VY

It was coded I believe by 2 guys Trex6662k5 & Jonny2002. I have been to a lot of PSP forums and sites looking into this and tried downloading the latest 2006 build. My problem however is that I use the new PSP Slim & Lite which is not compatible with this software and have tried various versions and a couple of workarounds but nothing works.

Does anyone have any suggestions, or know if the software is being ported to PSP Slim.
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