Today, I applied a fix to my DLNA software that allows you to stream music via the DLNA protocol to your DLNA renderer devices.
This fix applies only to the Opus and FLAC wav file access code, and is for a problem that happened if a temp.wav file is still in use. and the software tries to access the file. This caused a “File in use” problem and the software would throw an error.
My solution was to make a loop to try to read the file until it is successfully read:
Now I hope that the software works nicely with my Hiby R3 player…
Yesterday, I continued improving my DLNA Player software. It includes some improvements and also adds Google Drive support, so now you will be able to stream your music files stored in the cloud to your DLNA-Enabled device!
By going to the new Cloud menu and selecting Google Drive, you’ll be presented with a convenient browser listing your files and folders, allowing you to select which files to add to the play queue.
Once the files are added to the queue, you just press the Play button and start enjoying your music.
This cloud feature is perfect as you could rip your music CD collection into a format like FLAC and store those files in the cloud. Then, by using this software and a DLNA-compatible renderer device, you can play them back.
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