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catalin12345
music module porting...

http://www.djintelligence.com/pages/demo.asp
some stuff that can be ported to music modules in xoops!
if someone can port it will be more then good those tools...


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Bassman
Re: music module porting...
  • 2005/8/18 22:54

  • Bassman

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Since these are commercial products, i doubt they would be able to be ported.

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catalin12345
Re: music module porting...

hmm..why not making from commercial free open source?!


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catalin12345
Re: music module porting...

so anyone here interested about this?!hmmmm


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krauh
Re: music module porting...
  • 2005/10/9 7:33

  • krauh

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Hmm someone knows how to do it
but i'm not having much luck with it.Notice a few things?

Module or Custom block?

I think it would work just from a block but no lucky here so far.A module would be so sweet tho.

Bet someone could get this goin pretty quick almost thought i had it but missed somethin somewhere.You can find alot out just by clicking the Jukebox also check out the powered by at the bottom of page.Might be somethin interesting available there too.


Sticky this for awhile

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davidl2
Re: music module porting...
  • 2005/10/9 10:20

  • davidl2

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He seems to be using: http://www.radioblogclub.com/ - which looks interesting ... i'm just trying to understand whats what on this site however....

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dean_collins
Re: music module porting...

http://www.radioblogclub.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=759

this sounds like a cool idea. user uploadable slots

Would this work with xoops?

Dean
My Xoops site
www.aussienymeetup.net

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krauh
Re: music module porting...
  • 2005/10/9 16:16

  • krauh

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looks like it works its an XOOPS theme on the website

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dean_collins
Re: music module porting...

ok so here is how it's done

download
Go here
http://www.radioblogclub.com/

download this file
http://www.radioblogclub.com/radio.blog.2.5.zip

Unzip it on your hard drive




upload
(optional resample mp3 files) You are supposed to be able to use a bat file to resample the audio quality and modify the extension of any mp3's that you save in the create.sound/sounds folder but to be honest I never got this to work so......

I just copied my mp3 files directly into the "radio.blog/sounds" folder, once there I just renamed them with the extension .rbs
(in otherwords delete .mp3 and replace with .rbs and save)

ftp the radio.blog folder to your website, for the sake of simplicity I uploaded mine to modules folder.

I also made up a little jpg to click on to start the audio stream(ok so it was a ripoff with minor editing from http://img40.imageshack.us/img40/3325/141592613hf.jpg )

I uploaded this to the "module/radio.blog/" folder.




create website module
Click on administration Menu
Click on blocks
Click on "add new custom module"

(it can sit on the right or left as we are going to use a pop up window to play the music from - if we didn't do this each time you browsed away from the page it resets the audio)

You then add the following text to the block

<a href="#" onClick="MyWindow=window.open('http://www.XOOPSDOMAINNAME.net/modules/radio.blog/index.php?autoplay=1',
'MyWindow','toolbar=no, location=no,directories=no,status=no,menubar=no,scrollbars=no,resizable=no,width=220,height=320'); return false;"
>
<
img src="http://www.XOOPSDOMAINNAME.net/modules/radio.blog/dj.jpg" border="0" width="150" height="68" alt="Radio Blog" /></a>


BTW I also modified my "modules/radio.blog/config.xml from 1 to 0.....I dont want anyone else knowing what tracks I have uplaoded.
<!-- RADIO.BLOG.CLUB -->
<register value="0" />

and thats pretty much about it, you can change out the mp3 tracks by modifying the extension and uploading them as you choose.

There are a heap of other tips/tricks in this forum http://www.radioblogclub.com/forums/index.php

Hope this is of interest, if you add it to your site, post here so i can check it out.


Cheers,
Dean
My Xoops site
www.aussienymeetup.net

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krauh
Re: music module porting...
  • 2005/10/10 1:29

  • krauh

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yup thats pretty much what i did after i got some sleep

But i'll have to check out what you came up with.I posted another way to do it but left out the tips n tricks

Adding music to your XOOPS site

Well at least thats one problem solved
We Rock DEAN

And there aint no Michael Jackson on my radio blog hehe
(where this whole thing started from)

You can see mine on my site
Northern Michigan Update

Thanks for another method to try.I'll give it a shot when i change my playlist.

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