Originally Posted by Squidah.. didn't get my name in there.. I was the one who posted that video..Originally Posted by frodobaggins
Hahaha.. Anyway.. thanks for the Release Frodo, cant wait to play with it!
It is NOT necessary to rename the jpg's. As long as you have them 'embedded' in the ID3 tag.Originally Posted by WeeZyFellA
"It does not understand, if it does not ride."
M10000, 512 Mb, 2,5" 40G, Slim DVD, Opus 90W, Xenarc 7", Leadtek 9532 GPS,
RoadRunner, MapMonkey, Pioneer HU, Pioneer 4 ch 400W, Kappa 6.5, Basslink X 200W
that i haven't done yet, edit the id3 tags, so for now naming them all to cover allows me to see them in the vis.. so it helped me still. when i get to editing the id3 files then i will embed them into the id3 files, i have to much music to edit all them files..Originally Posted by fly_dutchie
Ok, so i've been playing with frodoplayer all morning and all I have to say is GREAT JOB! I love it!
I have been playing with this most of the day now. This is great, well worth the wait. Just moved it to the car and noticed some unexpected behavior.
I use Routis 04 in combination with the Routis GPS receiver (serial). When Frodoplayer is running Routis 04 does not detect the GPS receiver. If I close Frodoplayer and start Routis (using the Routis.exe) it works fine. It also continues to work if I reopen Frodoplayer after Routis is running.
Other than that it seems to be working great in the car.
geez, I'm a whole day late :\ can't wait to try it out frodo
There are some settings in Frodo that has to do with the com port. It may be opening the com port and thus horking routis. Try disabling any com ports in frodoplayer first.
Death to com ports!!! (except for kernel debugging)
this is amazing, wish I had my carPC ready..
awesome work frodo