Just a suggestion if you want something relatively simple for radio streams. PLS playlist file:
Create following in text editor (i.e. Notepad), save with .pls extension (i.e. "Radio.pls).
Title1=Whatever title you want
Title2=Whatever title you want
and so on...
If you want them in some specific order and add new ones later you just increment numbers.
Yes, it states I am logged in. I actually logged it out, and reestablished it through the prompt I get in my browser from Strawberry requesting access to my Genius profile (api.genius.com OAuth federation). I actually let it sit a second and looked back at the Strawberry settings popup which was waiting for me to approve. I approved it and and it showed signed in status immediately. I then tested with Peter Gabriel "Solsbury Hill". No results. I enabled Musixmatch, restarted the song and showed lyrics immediately. Not sure what the problem might be.
@twist I second your words! I am brand-new to Strawberry, a reformed Clementine survivor, and Strawberry was already audio app #1 in my book these past several days. Now it is officially version #1 too, hurrah!
With Spotify or Deezer support I mean that the player could have a simple search bar for them without unnecessary graphics and other bloat. Youtube and Vimeo support might have an option for the video to watch. Soundcloud and Mixcloud, these also wouldn't need more than a search bar in my opinion. You would need to use your account in all these streaming sites.
Yeah sorry I don't know anything on how those identification/fingreprinting works for music songs .... So total noob in this area. So is it like a checksum of a file then ?
And all those services have proprietary database then ? or proprietary algorithm to recognize the song?
And I guess shazam doesn't have any API for using their service for that?
So I guess by now you understood what I meant, it's the fact to be able to recognize the song and being able to add the metadata ....
I have some music, which are not that unknown or that for a niche public... and which are then not recognize by tfingerprinting analyzer, can I improve it in some way to make them more recognizable?
That's my ultimate question.
as you can see there is a specific library there. That's where come ifuse from.
It simply mount the iOS filesystem and of course you have more or less access to things depending if the devices are rooted.
But as I said there are simply two folder to extract the files from. There are also the covers and the plist files. . So it could be useful maybe to merge them together? just an idea like that of course.
@silver-sun Thank you so much, I thought there would probably be a way of doing it, just that I couldn't find it for some reason. Not sure why not, must have been half asleep at the time. Thanks again, much appreciated