Author Topic: XMPlay on PortableApps  (Read 5964 times)

Edu-TechGuy

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XMPlay on PortableApps
« on: 22 Dec '07 - 15:52 »
I think XMPlay is a great piece of software!
I've added it to my PortableApps USB stick, added some of my music and I carry around my music complete with a standalone player! Leaving not trace of it on the computers at school where I work!
It was just a matter of copying the XMPlay folder onto my USB stick in the PortableApps folder. Then adding my music to the music folder.

Zarggg

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Re: XMPlay on PortableApps
« Reply #1 on: 24 Dec '07 - 19:25 »
Yes, it is very simple. I've set this up a while ago myself.

r

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Re: XMPlay on PortableApps
« Reply #2 on: 25 Dec '07 - 04:57 »
i've encountered one minor non-portable thing...

the XMPlay AC3 plugin writes to the registry... is it possible to write its settings to xmplay.ini?

Zarggg

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Re: XMPlay on PortableApps
« Reply #3 on: 26 Dec '07 - 17:30 »
Are you talking about the native plugin, or a Winamp in_*.dll plugin?

r

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Re: XMPlay on PortableApps
« Reply #4 on: 26 Dec '07 - 18:00 »
Are you talking about the native plugin, or a Winamp in_*.dll plugin?

native

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: XMPlay on PortableApps
« Reply #5 on: 27 Dec '07 - 12:56 »
The AC3 plugin dates back to 2005, before the XMPlay settings were moved to the XMPLAY.INI file. I don't think the AC3 options are even needed anymore, as XMPlay has built-in downmixing, so I've put up an updated build without them...

   http://www.un4seen.com/filez/2/xmp-ac3.zip

r

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Re: XMPlay on PortableApps
« Reply #6 on: 27 Dec '07 - 18:27 »
thanks ian!

i've also noticed another one of Sebastian's plugins that write to the registry:
http://www.un4seen.com/filez/2/xmp-mpc.dll

if you could modify that to write to xmplay.ini as well, that would be great!
« Last Edit: 27 Dec '07 - 19:02 by djray »

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: XMPlay on PortableApps
« Reply #7 on: 28 Dec '07 - 16:01 »
The MPC plugin code I have dates back to 2005, which I don't think is the latest (it has no options to write). But I've put an updated build of that up, including the latest MPC decoder core...

   www.un4seen.com/stuff/xmp-mpc.dll

I've also put up another AC3 plugin update with support for internet streaming.