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Hi there,

I'm trying to stream songs with icecast. On a remote machine, I'll open a network stream like this:

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mplayer http://192.168.1.127:8000
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vlc http://192.168.1.127:8000
In either case, the stream works when the song's playing, and it stays open when I'm seeking, or pause/playing. But when a song ends and goes to a new song, the stream also ends.

VLC has some pretty complicated commandscommands to keep the stream open, but none of them work for me.

MPV supposedly has a way to keep a stream open, even if it pauses on the server:

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mpv http://192.168.1.127:8000 --keep-open=always --keep-open-pause=no
But this doesn't work for me, either. Basically, no matter what I use to receive gmusicbrowser's stream, it closes as soon as a song ends.

I see on this forum that people have sucessfully used the icecast feature, so how do I make it work for me?

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Suggestions / Shuffle: distributed random
« on: May 08, 2017, 19:28:53 »
Would it be possible to shuffle a playlist in a distributed way? Meaning, it would try to play every artist once before it played any artist again. So let's say you had a bunch of artists with one song each, and one artist with 8 songs. The playlist would try to play 8 different artists before it played the one with 8 songs, so the recurrence would be distributed across the playlist.

The idea is that you're always getting variety, like on the radio where they (hopefully) wouldn't play the same artist twice in a row, or twice within a 20 minute period, et cetera.

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Before using gmusicbrowser, I was using Clementine, which uses SQLite. I wrote a few queries that would help me create playlists based on length and number of tracks. So I can have a playlist of all albums with 10 or more songs on them, 'EPs' (5-7 tracks), 'Singles' (1-2 tracks), and I also have lists of albums that are over an hour, under 45 minutes, et cetera.

When clementine scans your library, it keeps the track lengths in the db. I assume gmusicbrowser does as well, because it can quickly calculate the total runtime. What do you think about adding 'album length' and 'tracks per album' as filter criteria?

I know sometimes the track number field is written as 4/12, where '12' is the total number of tracks. If this were in use, it would be possible to filter complete/incomplete albums.

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Suggestions / Multiple album tags
« on: May 08, 2017, 19:26:32 »
I see that gmusicbrowser allows multiple genre tags. Is it possible to also have multiple album tags? I have some songs that appear on an LP, and also a soundtrack or compilation. The recording is identical but I want the song to be in multiple albums when appropriate. Is this even feasible?

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