|[News] ShoutCastRadio NG first beta||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 26-Oct-2003 21:48 GMT by Cyborg||11 comments|
ShoutCastRadio NG first beta for testing available.
Comes with NewGUI and searchengine.
some restrictions are present, pls take a look into the readme file.
the stream is saved on disk, so have space left :)
Support for AmigaAMP. The "internal" player uses actual external mpega
but this will change.
Suggestions for Design, Handling , Features are welcome.
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 1 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by spot on 26-Oct-2003 22:57 GMT|
|yes yes. nice with a shoutcast client. but why why why a new GUI system?|
Why not use one of the ones that are more or less standard? I dont need another
beta GUI system. I am happy with the ones I already have.
Go for MUI or Reaction, that will make it work a lot better with AOS4 and the likes.
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 2 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by hooligan/dcs on 27-Oct-2003 02:25 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (spot):|
I agree 100%. MUI gui and I'm using it tomorrow.. as it is, I'm afraid no chance.
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 3 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by James Carroll on 27-Oct-2003 04:05 GMT|
|You wont use a piece of software because of the GUI toolkit it uses? What about the features? Jeez.|
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 4 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by hooligan/dcs on 27-Oct-2003 05:58 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (James Carroll):|
>You wont use a piece of software because of the GUI toolkit it uses?
Yes. You understood it correctly.
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 5 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Anonymous on 27-Oct-2003 08:13 GMT|
|Very cool app, but unfortunately the GUI resembles OS1.3 with no|
filling in buttons. As has been said, a Reaction GUI of this would
look very professional on OS4.0, and not too bad on OS3.5+.
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 6 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Cyborg on 27-Oct-2003 09:36 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 5 (Anonymous):|
Maybe thats why i asked for design suggestions?
Saturday morning this app was not existent, so what do you expect in two days?
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 7 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by itix on 27-Oct-2003 09:54 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 6 (Cyborg):|
> Saturday morning this app was not existent, so what do you expect in two days? MUI GUI ;-)
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 8 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Anonymous on 27-Oct-2003 10:55 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 6 (Cyborg):|
>Maybe thats why i asked for design suggestions?
>Saturday morning this app was not existent, so what do you expect in two days?
We sure appriciate all your hard work. Regarding NewGUI,
one suggestion would be to mimick the OS4 look, with gradients
in the buttons, or at least, just a grey color, i.e. the Amiga
3D Look. That would help a lot :). Thanks...
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 9 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by bbrv on 27-Oct-2003 11:14 GMT|
|We think it is great!|
Certainly a GUI needs to be developed, but it all fits into a bigger concept. Here is an example:
The aggressive tactics of the music industry only serve to accelerate the pace of innovation, the goal of which seeks to avoid the barriers to what the market clearly wants -- declines in sharing (thievery, stealing, trespassing, etc.) on Kazaa not withstanding. Surely, there is much more to come. And, after music, movies, etc.
This is all running in a good way to a Pegasos TiVo like device that is much more than a PVR.
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 10 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Timm S. Mueller on 27-Oct-2003 12:17 GMT|
|Hail to people who dare to write a GUI of their own. If you're not|
satisfied with what's out there, don't let yourself get distracted
from naysayers. Make your application indispensable, feature-wise.
It's ridiculous for them to argue in terms of 'standards' when we
are talking of MUI and Reaction, leave alone the Amiga platform.
|ShoutCastRadio NG first beta : Comment 11 of 11||ANN.lu|
|Posted by AnonX on 30-Oct-2003 02:46 GMT|
|ANR rules! ;)|
|Anonymous, there are 11 items in your selection ||
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