Internet radio browser GUI for music/video streams from various directory services.

⌈⌋ branch:  streamtuner2


Update of "Playlist format support"

Overview

Artifact ID: b17aa052c04428b0c78fe05aea2ee399ffe4792a
Page Name:Playlist format support
Date: 2017-01-27 18:15:57
Original User: mario
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Parent: abb1b88dbf233448508060c41d5c2658aeb39fd5
Content

This is supposed to become an overview of support playlist formats in different players / music collection managers.

  • i = import / play
  • o = export
  • x = plugin exists
  • F = feature request

↓ App → Format native M3U PLS XSPF JSPF SMIL CUE ASX RAM WPL
Streamtuner2 json i/o i/o i/o i/o i/o - i/o i -
Audacious ? i i i - - - i - -
Rhythmbox xml - - i - - - - - -
Clementine ? i/o i/o i/o - - i/o i/o - -
Exaile shelve i/o i/o i/o - - - i/o - -
Banshee sqlite i i i - - i - -
Songbird sqlite i i - - - i - -
Amarok xspf i/o i/o i/o ? - i/o ? - -
Quod Libet ? i/o i/o F - - part - - -
TunaPie2 ini - i - - - - - -
XMMS2 m3u i/o i i - - i i - i
VLC pls i i/o i/o - - - i i i

References:


UTF-8 and file:/// URL support

One thing that come up with developing the file browser plugin is the varied support for file:/// URLs and platform-dependant UTF-8 encoding. This likely goes for direct-file invocation as well as playlist-contained references. Here grouped by samples:

App version platform file:/// UTF-8
Windows
* * Windows partly quoted
Linux
VLC 2.0.8 Ubuntu 12.04 yes quoted
VLC 2.2.0 Ubuntu 16.04 yes literal
Audacious - Ubuntu 12.04 yes literal
Parole - Ubuntu 16.04 yes literal