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Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by Lowlander » Mon Aug 06, 2018 1:04 pm

No, but you might want to keep an eye out at the MediaMonkey 5 Forum for announcements.

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by ishmael » Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:48 am

Did I miss the presentation?

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by mrhollywood360 » Mon Apr 02, 2018 2:12 pm

jiri wrote:There's actually something new in development, which I hope to present here within several weeks.

Jiri
:D Looking forward to this

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by gpzbc » Tue Mar 27, 2018 10:55 pm

Cool!

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by jiri » Tue Mar 27, 2018 5:25 am

There's actually something new in development, which I hope to present here within several weeks.

Jiri

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by ishmael » Mon Mar 26, 2018 2:56 pm

Hello

There is no other known alternative.

There has been talk around such features in MM5 (currently developed) but I have no idea where the MM-team stands around this feature now.
Please post back if you find out - I would really like a 1-in-all solution where I could run MM as a server and access some simplified pretty UI to stream.

This has been a requested feature for years but there are other alternatives like Subsonic (Airsonic/Madsonic), Ampache etc. that does the same job. I recommend you look into one of those to see if they suit your needs.

Upvote from me for a pretty modern webUI

MM Web UI

by mrhollywood360 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:09 pm

I'm trying to set up MMWI, however when I launch it, it doesn't detect my network share (where all my music is stored). Looking at the site, the mmwi project is dead. Does anyone know of an alternative or a fix I could use?

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by gpzbc » Mon Sep 08, 2014 5:16 pm

EvilPeppard wrote:
gpzbc wrote:FYI
There is a nice update to MMWI available as a beta.
http://mmwi.dotnector.dk/
Thanks for the update.

Unfortunately, Norton 360 seems to think the download file is unsafe, and deletes it.
In my experience, it wouldn't be the first time Norton makes a mistake. :D

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by belabeier » Mon Sep 08, 2014 3:01 pm

Hello Lowlander -
I would have wished for an answer as simple as that - having only my stupidity to blame.
Alas, that was not the case - Hidden files are enabled, so it isn't packed away in some corner.

:(

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by Lowlander » Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:48 pm

Did you enable looking for hidden files?

Scripts are commonly found in the C:\Program Files\MediaMonkey\Scripts folder (or in the Auto folder in there) or C:\Users\<USERNAME>\AppData\Roaming\MediaMonkey\

"winamp error couldn't open port" - I can't find the script

by belabeier » Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:06 pm

Hi there!

Guys and gals, I have a problem that drives me mad
- some time ago I tried to get the Webinterface for the remote-through-smartphone up and running,
but between my router and a quite moody WiFi on the phone I abandoned the try.
Getting up and changing per hand on the workstation itself
isn't bad for one's health, or so I've heard.

But now I have a problem (well, since then) :

Every time I start up the PC (Win 8.1), and therefore Mediamonkey (Version 4.1.1.1709, Gold) ,
a Pop-up comes, that tells me "Winamp web interface / ERROR: couldn't open port".
Only after I click that "OK" (no other options in that little annoyer), Mediamonkey Starts.

After looking through this forum until my eyes bleed,
I ask you: How do I find out which is the culprit scrip that asks for that?

1) In Media Monkey/Options I find the Winamp WebInterface Plugin (gen_httpSrv.dll) under "Player/Plugins", but when I search my PC for it, it doesn't find it.
2) When I sift through the different *.ini-Files, I can't find neither reference nor name.
3) I can't find the Plugin itself, or the installer.
4) For something so irrelevant, it is quite annoying.

Can anybody help me? Where should I search?

Thanks for any clue or Help in advance & Greetings from Munich
Bela

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by EvilPeppard » Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:01 pm

gpzbc wrote:FYI
There is a nice update to MMWI available as a beta.
http://mmwi.dotnector.dk/
Thanks for the update.

Unfortunately, Norton 360 seems to think the download file is unsafe, and deletes it.

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by gpzbc » Sun Sep 07, 2014 11:26 am

FYI
There is a nice update to MMWI available as a beta.
http://mmwi.dotnector.dk/

Re: MediaMonkey Web Interface (MMWI)

by gpzbc » Tue May 28, 2013 10:26 am

I don't know if I can help you, but you should post in the MMWI Forum where the developer can try to help. Good luck!
http://mmwi.forum.monosolutions.dk/default.aspx

MM Web interface hangs listing auto playlists

by windcrest77 » Mon May 27, 2013 10:25 am

Hi,

I installed the M web interface, but was wondering what the limitation was for number f songs in a playlist. Most (actually all) of my playlists are auto playlists and most return over 10,000 tracks. I do hope the web interface uses some kind of "paging" mechanism to retrieve these lists because would think a web page with that much stuff would load very slowly. Does it? I have not been able to get any of my autoplaylists to populate yet in the web nterface. When clict it, it just hangs for hours then I have to kill the service exe. Also when I do this I cant just say "restart" service have to go kill it. I was hoping to find a way to control MM using my iPad.

On another subject I see that MM creates something called generated playlists when you scan tracks. It turns out I had around 23,000 of these auto-generated playlists on my library, that also caused the web interface to hang when I first installed it. So went ad deleted all these useless playlists and was able to then see my list f "real" playlists, however now they all just hang. Other than that the web interface works fine for operating the player.

Is there a fix for this. Does anyone have any other suggestions how I can remote control my windows MM installation from myiPad? If I shut off seeing album art in the web interface do you think my playlists would then show their songs? I suspect tis is a issue with the web page size being returned.

Still looking for an Pad solution to controlling MM and be able to use my auto playlists.

Thanks

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