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Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby chameleon_skin » Sun Sep 12, 2010 8:58 pm

****UPDATED***:
Now including web frontend integration. You can add, start and stop ripping streams from the web control panel.

You can use streamripper to save the tracks from an Internet radio station to individual mp3 files on your WD TV. This will happen in the background, so you can leave it on all night if you want :)

I am also planning to add integration with the Shoutcast proxy to record songs as you listen to them, as well as adding artist and track info to the saved files. If you have any other feature requests, let me know.

version 0.2:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/8evuj12i6k7joj9/streamripper_for_WDLXTV-0.2.zip

version 0.1:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/449qmqom66ztgym/streamripper_for_WDLXTV-0.1.zip

From the README:

streamripper for WD TV v 0.2
by Jake Reichert aka Chameleon Skin

Streamripper packaged for the WD TV. Streamripper will capture the
songs in an Internet radio stream and save them to individual files.

More information can be found here:
http://streamripper.sourceforge.net/
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby computeus » Sun Sep 19, 2010 11:00 am

Thanks for the app.
But I have some problems. The web frontend works but the streamripper doesn't record the streams that I add using the web interface.
This is the link of the stream: http://u11b.di.fm:80/di_drumandbass_aacplus (Di.fm DrumandBass Channel aac stream)

But the command line recording works. Thanks for your work.
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby chameleon_skin » Sun Sep 19, 2010 1:37 pm

Looks like it's working fine for me - did you follow the setup instructions? I.E. create the streamripper directory, enter that directory in the web interface and (importantly) change the permissions to 777 (i.e. world-writable)? If you didn't do any of those then streams won't rip properly.
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby computeus » Tue Sep 21, 2010 2:41 am

The chmod command does the trick. Thank you very much.
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby ThaChinkyOn3 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 5:47 pm

Thank you for answering my request. :D
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby biomedica » Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:03 pm

So, if this app can record the streaming, could we have an app that would play an internet radio station? I am not talking about Shoutcast but a radio station that offers a streaming through asx for example. Let me know.
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby kroetkroet » Fri Jan 07, 2011 9:48 am

If you click on the streamripper sourceforge link, you can read that:

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Q: Can streamripper record Windows Media streams?   
A: No.


The official SR statement runs:

Q: What can I use Streamripper for?
A: You can use it to rip (copy) streams of the following kinds:

1. .mp3 Shoutcast streams - the kind of streams found on shoutcast.com.
2. .mp3 Icecast streams - a GNU GPL/Open Source version of Shoutcast. Both Icecast 1.x and Icecast 2.x are supported. However, UDP metadata is not supported for Icecast 1.x.
3. .nsv (Nullsoft Streaming Video) streams - which Winamp tv uses.
4. .aac Shoutcast/Icecast streams - the kind of streams found on tuner2.com. NOTE: Streamripper can't rip RealAudio AAC streams, only shoutcast/icecast AAC.
5. .ogg streams - these streams are found at dir.xiph.org.

Streamripper can't help with ripping stuff like RealPlayer, Windows MediaPlayer, MusicMatch or anything else similar.


If you can't rip it, you can't play it ;)
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby vertex » Fri Jan 21, 2011 3:51 pm

thnx for this app, very useful for recording on a 250Gb usb hd all night. It would be nice to add the "Add sequence number to output file"(-q) flag to web-ui to sort all Mp3s as a playlist . thnx in advance awesome work! :)
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby kehli » Wed Feb 09, 2011 4:22 pm

Nice App, this is what I was looking for.

One thing, I use to go with the command line to use streamripper since it offers more options than the webinterface.
But when closing the telnet client window Streamripper quits. Is it possible to change this behaviour?
It would be so perfect to start it with the commandline, and the wdlxtv would do the rest of the job standalone without a PC running like the webinterface does.
How can this be accomplished?
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Re: Streamripper v 0.2 - Save Internet Radio Streams   

Postby dktnecro » Wed Feb 23, 2011 12:15 am

Hey,
i'm not sure whether this is included in the system, but I think it should be. Anyway usually what you want to do is done using nohup in Linux.
So just try adding nohup before and an & at the end of your command and they should survive when you disconnect from the shell... (check out the link for usage examples)
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