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Software News   Software News : AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
   posted by rhino on 10-Dec-2005 15:31:43 (2151 reads)
Video podcasts come to the Amiga with AmiPodder 1.4! With the release of iTunes 6 and the new iPod video many podcasters are including video clips in their podcast feeds. AmiPodder now recognises video episodes and can play them back in the video player of your choice (MPlayer and Frogger have been tested, not all video podcasts will play on Amiga players due to the codecs used). If you have a portable device capable of playing video, AmiPodder can sync the movies to it too.



Also in version 1.4 are a number of improvements and bug fixes including:

* Option to prompt for the sync directory making it easier to use AmiPodder with multiple portable players or players using removeable media cards.
* New status of "Played", so if you use AmiPodder as a "jukebox" you can see what podcasts you've already listened to.
* File name length limitation, handy if your Amiga filesystem or music player only accepts short filenames.
* Many more changes.

AmiPodder 1.4 is freeware and runs on OS 3.x, OS 4 and MorphOS.

Download the new version from:
http://www.amipodder.com
    

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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
Posted on 10-Dec-2005 15:57:54
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..nice..nice..every version of this soft ite better and better..


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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
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I get an "error 14 in line 251" when I try to start it.
This line issues a call to RxMUIOpt("ShowErr DebugMode"). I've installed RxMUI, so I'm not sure what the problem might be.

Any ideas?

I'm trying to run it on a A1, OS4, pre-release 3.

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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
Posted on 10-Dec-2005 16:39:59
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Good news :) and nice update

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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
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@PEB

Quote:
I get an "error 14 in line 251" when I try to start it.


Hmmm... that certainly sounds like an rxMUI problem though. Can you check the version of rxMUI you have installed ("version rxmui.library" in a shell). If it's earlier than version 40.9 please download and install the latest version:

http://web.tiscali.it/amiga/downloads/rxmui.lha

If you have the latest version, do the rxMUI example programs provided in the archive work on your system?

Hope that helps,

Robert


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Thanks Robert!

That rxMUI archive that you linked to did the trick.
(It may be a good idea to include that link somewhere in the documentation.)

I have yet to experiment with AmiPodder, but it looks like a cool program.

Thanks again!

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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
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Nice program! I got rxMUI installed into the system, along with
AmiPodder I have yet to understand its' benefit, but i learn
something new every day

 
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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
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@PEB

Quote:

That rxMUI archive that you linked to did the trick.
(It may be a good idea to include that link somewhere in the documentation.)


Great!

That archive came from the rxMUI page linked in the Installation page of the docs. I'll add a note to make it clear that you need version 40 and how to check what you have.

Thanks

Robert


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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
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Quote:
Hmmm... that certainly sounds like an rxMUI problem though. Can you check the version of rxMUI you have installed ("version rxmui.library" in a shell). If it's earlier than version 40.9 please download and install the latest version:

http://web.tiscali.it/amiga/downloads/rxmui.lha

If you have the latest version, do the rxMUI example programs provided in the archive work on your system?


sorry, but your link is quite outdated. this is the latest rxmui version (you should install this one as it includes many changes which may needed for newer scripts):
http://alfie.altervista.org/downloads/rxmui.lha
you may have to go to the main homepage and load it from there:
http://alfie.altervista.org

byebye...


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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
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@MichaelMerkel

Quote:
sorry, but your link is quite outdated.


Thanke for pointing that out, I didn't realise the site had moved!

I've just upgraded and AmiPodder continues to work properly with 42.2 (as you would expect but still, phew ).

I'll update my documentation and links.

Robert


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Posted on 10-Dec-2005 22:04:15
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@MichaelMerkel

Thanks for the link of this latest version of rxmui.


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Re: AmiPodder 1.4 with Video Podcast Support
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Hi @ Robert

-> AmiPodder 1.4 is freeware and runs on OS 3.x, OS 4 and MorphOS.

ooh yeh... Merry Christmas that way!

Thanks


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