The A.I.M.E.E team have released something! (No sniggering in the back!)
Following the release of FrodoXM Service yesterday, here is the first Beta of A.I.M.E.E XM.
Download A.I.M.E.E XM Beta 2
A.I.M.E.E XM.exe -- 22.214.171.124
-- Bug Fix: Skinned Signal Status
-- New Features: Implemented services.dat file to speed up loading
A.I.M.E.E XM.exe -- 126.96.36.199 -- Inital Release
A.I.M.E.E XM Beta 1
FrodoXM Service must be installed, and XMClient.dll must be
registered on your machine
aimeexm.ini is the main configuration file
Contents of aimeexm.ini:
WindowWidth= If FullScreen=False, width of window (pixels)
WindowHeight= If FullScreen=False, height of window (pixels)
WindowLeft= If FullScreen=False, window left (pixels)
WindowTop= If FullScreen=False, window top (pixels)
DaySkin= Directory name containing Day Skin
NightSkin= Directory name containing Day Skin
DaySkinSwitchTime= Hr:Min:Sec to switch to Day Skin
NightSkinSwitchTime= Hr:Min:Sec to switch to Day Skin
FrodoXMServicePath= Full Path\Filename of FrodoXMService.exe
LastChannel= Last channel listened to
Preset1= First Preset
Preset2= Second Preset
Preset3= Third Preset
The services.dat file contains information on the available channels. Should the channel listing change dramatically, delete this file and A.I.M.E.E. XM will rebuild this file the next time it runs.
Run A.I.M.E.E XM.exe
A.I.M.E.E XM will tune last played channel
It will then load all stations/details into listing - this may take a few seconds,
depending on the number of channels and speed that it updates, this will take longer the first time when services.dat is deleted.
Once this is done, channel listings will be available for scrolling
Double-clicking on a channel, or clicking on "Tune" will tune the
You can also have three presets saved. Click on the Preset button to tune to that preset.
To save presets, tune to the channel, and press/hold the Preset button for ~3 seconds - the display will then change to show that the Preset has been saved.
Volume controls main volume. Volume increases/decreases by 1% intervals for 0-15% and by 5% intervals for 20-100%
Mute is a toggle which controls the hardware Mute function within your XM hardware.