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Hardware & Firmware => Internet Radio Devices => Topic started by: anotherbob on 04:03:10 | 28 October, 2018

Title: Pure One Flow media player problem
Post by: anotherbob on 04:03:10 | 28 October, 2018
I have only used my Pure One Flow as a bedside radio up to now. However I am now trying to use its media player to play content from the HDD on my PC. It finds the server (using WMP as server) and I can scroll through the folders and files, but when I select one to play it just displays LOADING  and nothing happens.
My Reciva, Android, FS and Squeeze box devices play this content without problems.
Anyone else had this and found a way?
Title: Re: Pure One Flow media player problem
Post by: castalla on 09:32:01 | 28 October, 2018
What codec/format are the files?
Title: Re: Pure One Flow media player problem
Post by: anotherbob on 02:07:05 | 29 October, 2018
What codec/format are the files?
They are all MP3 files.
Title: Re: Pure One Flow media player problem
Post by: castalla on 04:14:36 | 29 October, 2018
I'll drag out my Flow and give it a try .. will report back later
Title: Re: Pure One Flow media player problem
Post by: castalla on 04:26:40 | 29 October, 2018
Done.  Works okay with mp3 files ....

Using access to server integrated into my modem
Title: Re: Pure One Flow media player problem
Post by: castalla on 05:08:52 | 29 October, 2018
Also, if you have LMS running, then it works as a player with the upnpbridge plugin.
Title: Re: Pure One Flow media player problem
Post by: anotherbob on 02:32:45 | 30 October, 2018
After more faffing around I can only conclude there are things it doesn't like about the content.
I can get some things to play but not others. I don't think I can be bothered to explore, it will be much easier to make other arrangements.
Thanks for your time.
Incidentally do you think that this new BBC Sounds app will eventually mean the end of BBC content availability on LMS? 
Title: Re: Pure One Flow media player problem
Post by: castalla on 03:36:34 | 30 October, 2018
Sounds app ... nobody knows what impact it might have.  Just another example of this madness to have everything on tiny tinny smartphones.