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Paul M
2004-09-10, 11:48
Here Goes....

$FILE$
2004-09-09 10:19:37.5053 openSong: this is an mov file:
file:///Volumes/MP3/iTunes/iTunes%20Music/MP3/Diana%20Krall/The%20Girl%20In%
20The%20Other%20Room/02%20The%20Girl%20In%20The%20Other%20Room.m4a
2004-09-09 10:19:37.5064 file type: mov format: aif inrate: 831 maxRate: 0
2004-09-09 10:19:37.5074 command: [mov123] $FILE$
2004-09-09 10:19:37.5104 Using command for conversion:
"/Library/PreferencePanes/SlimServer.prefPane/Contents/server/Bin/darwin/mov
123" "/Volumes/MP3/iTunes/iTunes Music/MP3/Diana Krall/The Girl In The Other
Room/02 The Girl In The Other Room.m4a" & |
2004-09-09 10:19:37.8347 Streaming with format: aif
2004-09-09 10:19:37.8917 Could not open
/Users/admin/Music/Playlists/__history.m3u for writing.
2004-09-09 10:19:38.0339 songTime: [252.429617407679] = (8318440(realpos) /
8639222(size) * 262.164(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started
stream)
2004-09-09 10:19:38.0459 songTime: [252.429617407679] = (8318440(realpos) /
8639222(size) * 262.164(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started
stream)
2004-09-09 10:19:38.0595 songTime: [252.429617407679] = (8318440(realpos) /
8639222(size) * 262.164(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started
stream)
2004-09-09 10:19:38.0613 songTime: [252.429617407679] = (8318440(realpos) /
8639222(size) * 262.164(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started
stream)



.....The other thing I noticed was when playing (no sound) but kept
displaying songs in the album one after the other.



On 9/10/04 11:38 AM, "kdf" <slim-mail (AT) deane-freeman (DOT) com> wrote:

> Quoting Paul M <pmptg (AT) mac (DOT) com>:
>
>> I'm trying to send the text file that I got from debugging but it keeps
>> getting 'bounced'. I am absolutely useless at sorting out what it all means
>> and need some help. Is there a specific section that I can send that would
>> make it smaller so it does not get 'bounced'.
>>
>> Thanks Again
>
> look at the log, and find something that says "using command for
> conversion..."
> a few lines before that to help see the contruction of the command, and a few
> lines after to see the feedback from trying to play the song. As long as its
> under 40k, you can post. You will also get a lot of compression on a log
> using
> WinZip, since its text.
>
> -kdf
>

kdf
2004-09-10, 11:59
Quoting Paul M <pmptg (AT) mac (DOT) com>:

> Here Goes....
>
> $FILE$
> 2004-09-09 10:19:37.5053 openSong: this is an mov file:
> file:///Volumes/MP3/iTunes/iTunes%20Music/MP3/Diana%20Krall/The%20Girl%20In%
> 20The%20Other%20Room/02%20The%20Girl%20In%20The%20Other%20Room.m4a
> 2004-09-09 10:19:37.5064 file type: mov format: aif inrate: 831 maxRate: 0
> 2004-09-09 10:19:37.5074 command: [mov123] $FILE$
> 2004-09-09 10:19:37.5104 Using command for conversion:
> "/Library/PreferencePanes/SlimServer.prefPane/Contents/server/Bin/darwin/mov
> 123" "/Volumes/MP3/iTunes/iTunes Music/MP3/Diana Krall/The Girl In The Other
> Room/02 The Girl In The Other Room.m4a" & |
> 2004-09-09 10:19:37.8347 Streaming with format: aif
> 2004-09-09 10:19:37.8917 Could not open
> /Users/admin/Music/Playlists/__history.m3u for writing.
> 2004-09-09 10:19:38.0339 songTime: [252.429617407679] = (8318440(realpos) /
> 8639222(size) * 262.164(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started
> stream)
> 2004-09-09 10:19:38.0459 songTime: [252.429617407679] = (8318440(realpos) /
> 8639222(size) * 262.164(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started
> stream)
> 2004-09-09 10:19:38.0595 songTime: [252.429617407679] = (8318440(realpos) /
> 8639222(size) * 262.164(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started
> stream)
> 2004-09-09 10:19:38.0613 songTime: [252.429617407679] = (8318440(realpos) /
> 8639222(size) * 262.164(duration) * 1(rate)) + 0(time offset of started
> stream)
>
>
>
> ....The other thing I noticed was when playing (no sound) but kept
> displaying songs in the album one after the other.

you may need to make sure this directory exists for one:
/Users/admin/Music/Playlists

as it seems to be complaining that it can't write the history file.

As for skiping songs, this is normal when the server cannot play a file. It will
skip through each song until it hits the end of the playlist or a song it can
play. It looks from this log that it hasnt' got a problem trying to play, but
when its playing the songtime isn't changing. for some reason, its not
actually progressing through the song. There is some chance that fixing the
playlists directory as above could help, but there may be more to it. Slim
Devices might have to have a look at that file.

Dean, are you able to comment on anything from this log info?

-kdf