Author Topic: XMPlay Delix plugin  (Read 187517 times)

OSH

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #100 on: 23 Apr '07 - 23:28 »
Meanwhile you can copy Winamp's in_mod.dll, which provides PTM-support (to a certain degree), into XMPlays plugin folder.
I've copied this in_mod plugin, but still doesn't work...Can you play PolyTracker modules with XMPlay?

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #101 on: 24 Apr '07 - 00:04 »
Ah, i see, XMPlay doesn't work with the current version of in_mod.dll, it even refuses to start here. But i have an much older version which i kept for a Foobar2000 Winamp-Input-Wrapper, since the later releases of in_mod.dll refused to work with the Wrapper too. This older in_mod.dll does work in XMPlay without issues as well.

I uploaded it just now, so grab it while it's hot:
In_Mod v2.2.10 beta 29 (XMPlay compatible) (no worries though, it's going to stay there) ;D

EDIT: Downloadlink fixed.
« Last Edit: 24 Apr '07 - 16:40 by deus-ex »

OSH

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #102 on: 24 Apr '07 - 09:37 »
hmm, I can't grab it because I don't know what is a password... ::)

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #103 on: 24 Apr '07 - 16:41 »
hmm, I can't grab it because I don't know what is a password... ::)

Of course, you don't. Link fixed. :)

Knurek

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #104 on: 29 Apr '07 - 13:27 »
Just a heads up - there's a new WT player, Special FX ST. Seems to not work with Delix. :(

OSH

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #105 on: 3 May '07 - 10:03 »
PolyTracker modules still doesn't work... >:(
----EDIT---
I did it!!! I've renamed module from ptm.303 to 303.ptm and XMPlay has it recognized!!! Stupid in_mod.dll!!!
@deus-ex, big big thanks for your help :D
« Last Edit: 3 May '07 - 11:02 by OSH »

piovrauz

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #106 on: 3 May '07 - 13:09 »
If I recall correctly, extension has to be after filename in dos/win... So don't blame poor in_mod.dll... ;)

OSH

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #107 on: 3 May '07 - 13:37 »
If I recall correctly, extension has to be after filename in dos/win... So don't blame poor in_mod.dll... ;)
Echhhh my English...sorry, but I better speak/write German...
Not only in Win/DOS. On Amiga ist extension always after name. But Amiga players recognize type of file not only after analyzing extension but also after analyzing head of file. Amiga is better ;D

raina

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #108 on: 3 May '07 - 15:02 »
XMPlay doesn't seem to mind if the file extension is removed, it'll still recognize the file. It's Windows that needs the file extension to associate the file with programs.

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #109 on: 4 May '07 - 08:42 »
Echhhh my English...sorry, but I better speak/write German...
Not only in Win/DOS. On Amiga ist extension always after name. But Amiga players recognize type of file not only after analyzing extension but also after analyzing head of file. Amiga is better ;D
Actually sound files on the Amiga have extension almost always before file name... (Although it isn't needed for anything except user convenience.)

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #110 on: 4 May '07 - 17:08 »
Actually sound files on the Amiga have extension almost always before file name...

Which was/is way more logical and structured, talking about long file names.

Tsorovan

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #111 on: 4 May '07 - 17:16 »
Really, being able to sort by file extension nullifies any kind of benefits with filetype suffixes, unless you're still limited to a 100-column or less display area.

Anyhow, this is Windows, not AmigaOS.

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #112 on: 4 May '07 - 17:53 »
Really, being able to sort by file extension nullifies any kind of benefits with filetype suffixes, unless you're still limited to a 100-column or less display area.

Yeah, strong argument. What makes you think one cannot sort by suffix?

OSH

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #113 on: 5 May '07 - 17:31 »
Problems, more problems...
I've added Aprosys and FaceTheMusic player to xmp-delix.players archive, but .ftm modules doesn't work. These players comes from DeliTrackerII from Amiga. What's wrong??? >:(

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #114 on: 5 May '07 - 18:42 »
I've added Aprosys and FaceTheMusic player to xmp-delix.players archive, but .ftm modules doesn't work.

It's a known issue.

OSH

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #115 on: 5 May '07 - 23:47 »
Ah...I have to wait for new version of Delix with a support of AProSys and FTM...Ok, I'll wait :)

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #116 on: 6 May '07 - 14:09 »
Here's Aprosys player that works with delix:
http://www.exotica.org.uk/players/amiga/delilatest/deliplayers/AProSys
Put it into xmp-delix.players\Various.

And for the FTM... Something must have got broken. I can't get it to play most of the songs either... :)

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #117 on: 6 May '07 - 20:57 »
Ahh, now i got it working. ;D

Previously I tried with the compressed modules found in the original AProSys distribution, which Delix fails to load (though i have the Xmp-Modpacker.dll installed).

The updated sizeoptimized version of the Delix-plugin (including AProSys player and Players.txt, with the obsolete Mark Cooksey player removed) and uncompressed AProSys modules can be downloaded here:

Xmp-Delix test v0.7b (sizeoptimized incl. AProSys by deus-ex =)
AProSys modules (uncompressed)

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #118 on: 6 May '07 - 21:31 »
Songs you have in mind are compressed with XPK, which the modpacker doesn't intend to handle. :)

deus-ex

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #119 on: 6 May '07 - 21:40 »
Songs you have in mind are compressed with XPK, which the modpacker doesn't intend to handle. :)

Lie, that's all lie! Prior to installation I talked to the plugin, saying i would only put it into my XMPlay folder if it would support XPK-compression as well. The plugin promissed to do its very best, but it turns out i have been cheated. ;D

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #120 on: 6 May '07 - 22:18 »
Talk to the other plugin! :)

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #121 on: 13 May '07 - 10:21 »
Delix test 8 has been released. This is the final Delix release.

Changes:
 - full XMPlay 3.4 compatibility
 - MSVC dll's not needed anymore
 - zip plugin not anymore required to be in the same directory as delix
 - works with the latest greatest zip plugin
 - one .dat file instead of .players + .env
 - 3 new formats (129 total):
      - MusicdiskTracker (aka His Master's Noisetracker) (by Wanted Team)
      - AudioSculputure/StarTrekker AM/FM (by UADE team)
      - Special FX ST (by Wanted Team)
 - SynthDream player updated (Wanted Team)
 - support for plugin update notification

Note: You need at least XMPlay v3.4.0.5 for this plugin to work.

Note: StarTrekker player's file verifing routine is not thread safe. This may be okay for UADE, but on XMPlay you will encounter problems when playing and adding files to playlist at the same time.

(Edit: forgot to mention SpecialFX ST...)
« Last Edit: 15 May '07 - 13:32 by Fraggie »

Jokum

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #122 on: 13 May '07 - 10:53 »
Errr scuse moi, but where do I get my filthy hands on 3.4.0.5 of XMPlay?

http://support.xmplay.com/ only has 3.4 to offer

Jokum

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #123 on: 13 May '07 - 11:02 »
Ok, I managed to find the updated XMPlay version.

But now when I start up XMPlay I get an error dialog: "Sorry guys... Can't find xmp-delix.players."

I tried renaming xmp-delix.dat to xmp.delix.players, but that won't work either.

Plz fix!

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay Delix multiformat plugin
« Reply #124 on: 13 May '07 - 12:02 »
Xmp-delix.dll and xmp-delix.dat must be placed in the very same folder. Xmp-zip may be anywhere as long as XMPlay sees it.

(Message about "xmp-delix.players" has been corrected.)