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  1. #1491
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    1.5.4.5 working fine for me - thanks!

    Working perfectly (after I remembered to set the Live Stream preference correctly!).
    Haven't managed to test the Binaural stream but everything else working well.

    UK user with 35Mb VDSL/FTTC. Raspberry Pi 2B Server running fully updated Raspbian Stretch Lite, tested on Joggler Squeezeplay / Squeezelite and SB3 players

    Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.1 - 1502265250 @ Wed Aug 9 08:14:41 UTC 2017
    Hostname: Raspi-LMS
    Server IP Address: 192.168.1.49
    Server HTTP Port Number: 9000
    Operating system: Debian - EN - utf8
    Platform Architecture: armv7l-linux
    Perl Version: 5.24.1 - arm-linux-gnueabihf-thread-multi-64int
    Audio::Scan: 0.95
    Database Version: DBD::SQLite 1.34_01 (sqlite 3.7.7.1)
    Total Players Recognized: 2

    Massively grateful for all that you're doing to keep BBCiPlayer working so well - Thanks as always
    Phil
    Last edited by florca; 2017-08-26 at 03:44.
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  2. #1492
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    Quote Originally Posted by florca View Post
    Working perfectly (after I remembered to set the Live Stream preference correctly!).
    Haven't managed to test the Binaural stream but everything else working well.
    There are Binaural "clips" in the Binaural Prom menu which give you a feel - The Ravel Bolero clip has audience coughing and rustling of papers.

    Binaural is still AAC - it just BBC uses a different mix wioth microphones. From a technical DASH point of view BBC changed a few values in headers (e.g. iso9 vs iso6) - I can't see the reason why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    There are Binaural "clips" in the Binaural Prom menu which give you a feel - The Ravel Bolero clip has audience coughing and rustling of papers.

    Binaural is still AAC - it just BBC uses a different mix with microphones. From a technical DASH point of view BBC changed a few values in headers (e.g. iso9 vs iso6) - I can't see the reason why.
    Got it - also working perfectly... Don't have any decent headphones to hand so can't comment from an audio standpoint, but the plugin rendering is fine.

    Thanks

    Phil
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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    The changes are small but I was worried that a change might break something else or might not work on a different platform. The fix to cutoff uses a POSIX library function and floating point repesentation which can vary from Windows, Linux, OSX, ARM, x86, etc. I did basic tests on x86 Linux & WIndows and IIRC you have a OSX system.
    Yes, that's right Mac OS 10.12.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    To avoid lots of repos URLs in use - I will delete the URL below on 1st Sept
    http://downloads.sourceforge.net/pro...lease-repo.xml
    I'm currently using
    http://downloads.sourceforge.net/pro...lease-repo.xml
    as my repo and have 1.5.4.4.

    What repo URL do I need to get 1.5.4.5? Do I understand from what you say that it will be the only repo I need from now on? In other words I can delete the one above?

    And while I'm on ... how about Extras? I don't seem to have anything in my repo list for that, and I have 2.0.0

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    I see the forum software has squashed that repo URL (I think this has been a problem here).

    I've clipped off the http from the front which seems to reproduce it more or less in full ...

    downloads.sourceforge.net/project/bpaplugins/V154ftestrelease-repo.xml

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitman View Post
    I see the forum software has squashed that repo URL (I think this has been a problem here).

    I've clipped off the http from the front which seems to reproduce it more or less in full ...

    downloads.sourceforge.net/project/bpaplugins/V154ftestrelease-repo.xml
    I usually disable auto forum link detection to avoid the ellipsis (...) issue - chopped http is new. I've edited the post so the link is not treated as an URL.

    There have been 43 downloads (some will be "repeats") and no complaints so far - so I'll change tomorrow the V154 repo so that all other 1.5.4. users will be prompted to upgrade to 1.5.4.5 and so the v154f URl can be removed ASAP.

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    I didn't explain properly. I chopped off the http bit in the url in my post so it would read on the forum.

    Anyway, to clarify, my question is, given all the urls swirling around here, what is the definitive url that I should have in my repo for BBC iPlayer and what is the definitive url that I should have in my repo for BBC iPlayer Extras -- presumably both applicable from tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitman View Post
    I didn't explain properly. I chopped off the http bit in the url in my post so it would read on the forum.

    Anyway, to clarify, my question is, given all the urls swirling around here, what is the definitive url that I should have in my repo for BBC iPlayer and what is the definitive url that I should have in my repo for BBC iPlayer Extras -- presumably both applicable from tomorrow.
    Both of these URLs provide BBCiPlayer (with DASH) and BBCiPlayerExtra.

    For latest stable BBCiPlayer with DASH use this URL. It was called "beta" because BBC used to refer to HTML5 support as "beta" (HTML5 support replaced Flash). Currently this version is V1.5.3 but it will progress to V1.5.4 soon as it has been very stable since June.
    http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/bpaplugins/betarelease-repo.xml

    For V1.5.4 which is the version with Flac and as such is experimental (or Taster in BBC parlance) so it is "bleeding edge" version. It also has some small additions such as program track lists
    http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/bpaplugins/V154testrelease-repo.xml

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    OK, thanks bpa. Sounds like the betarelease url is the one to stick with, then.
    Last edited by whitman; 2017-08-29 at 14:33.

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