1. UltimateFight

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    You can open it with a text reader. I opened your playlist and found something like this:
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    #EXTM3U
    #EXTINF:144,Neku - Bonetrousle (Remix) (Remix)
    music/001%20Bonetrousle%20%28Remix%29%20%28Remix%29.mp3
    #EXTINF:140,Neku - Wii Shop
    music/002%20Wii%20Shop.mp3
    I don't think these are the right filenames.:unsure:
    Here is my playlist exported from triplayer:
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    #EXTM3U
    #PLAYLIST:123
    P4/Like a dream come true.mp3
    test/040.mp3
     
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  2. Oscillate

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    You could also try creating a /music folder since that's listed in your playlist file. Triplayer looks for songs in /music but then the playlist is looking for a folder in that called music which doesn't exist, at least I think. So you could try placing your music in /music/music and then try to import again.
     
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  3. tallbl0nde

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    @vaugerbird Relative paths mean your songs are in within folders relative to the playlist file. So for example with yours, they should import correctly if you placed the .m3u8 outside of /music, as your files begin with music/. Essentially the way to see if it's correct is to look at what folder your .m3u8 is in, then what's in the file and see if that's where the song actually is.

    So for example let's say you had the .m3u8 in /music and a line was:
    music/song.mp3

    TriPlayer would then look for a song at /music/music/song.mp3

    I also noticed you have %20 instead of spaces in there. I don't think they would be interpreted as spaces and thus also would cause the songs to not be found. Is this common for .m3u8s by any chance? Cause if so I can fix that, I've just never really used them before :P
     
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    I just generated my playlist file with VLC, and it placed the playlist file in the root directory of my SD card. I'll just change the file names of each song so it doesn't add the %20 to each file name, or try to change some settings in VLC, and I'll see if that works.

    All of my songs are already in the /music folder, that's why VLC put the music/ part into the file names.

    EDIT: Just replaced all of the %20 bits with spaces in N++, and that didn't work, I'll mess around a bit more.
    EDIT 2: I figured it out! I replaced all music/ with /music/ and changed the names of all the song files. Thanks for help everyone, I would have driven myself mad without y'all! Also, is there any way to sort the songs in the playlist by the order of the songs in the playlist file?
     
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    Couldn't connect to sys module error.
    Is there any fix to this I can't get it work
    Please help
     
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  8. ShadowOne333

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    I have a slight question, which I am not sure if it has been answered before.
    Is there a possibility of having this as a standalone media homebrew?
    What I mean is a NRO that isn't loaded at all times, like an overlay does, so we can have a homebrew app that is exclusive to media playing.
    And while also on the question about it, are there any plans on the app supporting video formats in the future (if it ends up being made as a standalone homebrew app)?
     
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    Is it possible? Yes.

    The main thing is that the overall application is designed to interact with a sysmodule to get things done. It would essentially require a decent rewrite of the audio side of things in order to make it standalone. I may consider doing this later on, but I personally want to listen to music in the background so it will be a low priority.

    Video playback is out of the question I'm afraid, that's pretty different as you have to handle both video and audio at the same time, as well as many other technical things. I'm content with researching and understanding audio decoding, especially since this a project I'm working on in my free time. Sorry!
     
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    Ah that's fine.
    I appreciate the response and the detailed reply.
    Thanks! :)
     
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    Please add video support and FTP as well. :D
     
  12. Jayro

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    It does. On top of it all, I have really strong tinnitus, a constant ringing in my ears that sounds like a really high-pitched coil whine from an old CRT.
     
  13. AsWeGoAlong14

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    It apparently really hates French, but overall pretty good.

    I'd love to be able to switch albums in the Tesla addon though
     
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    This is a kickass player on Switch. Thank you for adding FLAC support. It runs flawless for me, even when launched as an applet.
     
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    How do I make it so it starts up on boot and plays an mp3 automatically
     
  16. Asia81

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    I can't even get it to boot, it hang on "Preparing your library" with the infinite animated logo.
    edit: nvm, I fixed it, was a bug with ascii characters.
     
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    What's the issue with French - is it not rendering characters properly? I may extend the functionality of the Tesla overlay, however it's quite constrained due to memory at the moment.

    TriPlayer can't do that unfortunately, I believe there's another sysmodule that does something like that though.

    Glad you got it working, I should probably actually show a notice in-app or something as it's caused problems for a lot of people :P
     
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    Yep, I had to delete all accent, like é or à et put e or a instead.
    Also would it be possible to choose the music (having a list like in the homebrew) in the overlay, instead of just next/previous music ?

    I also would like if the player could sort them respecting the order and folders the songs are on the sd, because I have a French folder with only french music, and another English folder with english music, but the player display all of them.
     
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