Net Radio "Favorite Stations"

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Re: Net Radio "Favorite Stations"

Post by riverboatsam »

Sorry, but the debug program's Help Manual is in the .chm format which Windows doesn't support in their newer OS's, so I'm just guessing how to operate the debugger. I opened a log file, executed MMW and clicked on a few things (tried to play the radio station playlist), exited MMW. Then browsed the playlist. It only has these entries:
00000001 0.00000000 [7792] ASL checking for logging parameters in environment variable "MediaMonkey64Helper.exe.log"
00000002 0.00026819 [7792] ASL checking for logging parameters in environment variable "asl.log"

Tried it a 2nd time, and did an additional "save as" before closing down the debug program, and still only got the same thing.
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Re: Net Radio "Favorite Stations"

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Oh...I went straight to 4B. Maybe I need to download and execute the MMW debug program at the top of item 4 first? Thanks.
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Re: Net Radio "Favorite Stations"

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Yes, you need the debug version of MediaMonkey. You don't need to do anything in DBGView other than saving the log after you encounter your problem.
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Re: Net Radio "Favorite Stations"

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Okie-dokie. I've got a log and sent it in under ticket: #MXR-192-36593 Logfile is log20180626a.log (well, inside a .zip)
May I assume it is OK to continue to execute the Media Monkey Debug version (which overwrite the my current version, I believe) even when no debugging is necessary? (it's not going to start creating endless, huge logs, is it?) Also when a new MMW release comes out - any thing I should/should not do? Thanks.
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Re: Net Radio "Favorite Stations"

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The interesting data is SO far down (Sorry, I should have had MMW come up already on Playlist, rather than Music... it did "checking" on over 3,000 songs first). You might go down to where the URL for Radio Paradise appears 37.130.228.60:8014
FYI, the previous song in the now playing section was from the Music area (not playlist area) and was Bob Dylan's "New Morning." So that is OLD data that was previously on the screen. At location 00083192 74.03091431 it appears that MMW WAS reading the URL
and received data for a new song from Radio Paradise:
00083553 87.52832031 [14036] HttpStream: Icy Data: StreamTitle='Anna Ternheim - Bow Your Head';StreamUrl='http://img.radioparadise.com/covers/l/B005MPYHJ8.jpg';

- and around here an error is visible:

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00083620	88.88934326	[14036] IN_WMA: OnStatus 1.	
00083621	88.88948059	[14036] IN_WMA: Error occured, hr = 0xC00D0026 	
00083622	88.90257263	[14036] IN_WMA: Play - error occured, hr = 0xC00D0026	
00083623	88.90267944	[14036] TWAInputPlugin.Play finishing	
00083624	88.90280151	[14036] Plugin C:\Users\George\Music\MediaMonkey\Plugins\in_wmp3.dll can play http://37.130.228.60:8014/	
00083625	88.90292358	[14036] Going to start playback.	
00083626	88.90300751	[14036] TWAInputPlugin.Play starting	
00083627	88.90308380	[14036] INWMP3: Stop() started	
00083628	88.90316010	[14036] INWMP3: Close() started	
00083629	88.90325165	[14036] INWMP3: Close() 1	
00083630	88.90334320	[14036] INWMP3: Close() 2	
00083631	88.90343475	[14036] INWMP3: Close() 3	
00083632	88.90351105	[14036] INWMP3: Close() finished	
00083633	88.90357971	[14036] INWMP3: StopOutput() started	
00083634	88.90365601	[14036] INWMP3: StopOutput() finished	
Again, sorry for all the excessive logging info on the top 90% of the log. Thanks.
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Re: Net Radio "Favorite Stations"

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Beats the heck out of me, but now it is working! I think there must've been a problem with the "Naim Exclusive Radio Paradise" station - perhaps connection problems... but the weirdness has disappeared. FYI, I think the problem I was having with the Celtic Moon radio station was either that I saved the playlist as "Music" instead of Podcast... that or the weirdness infecting "Internet Radio" in general was also keeping it from playing after closing/opening MMW. Also, I had NO trouble with a station in the Icecast directory - it saved and was able to be played even when I was having trouble with the "Internet Radio" stations. So. Problem solved (?) or at least mysteriously went away. Thank you for your help.
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