Andromeda turns collections of MP3s into fully-featured streaming Web sites. Many other file formats are supported, including: WMA, OGG, MPG, AVI, and WMV. It can be used as a personal jukebox on a local network or over the Internet (bandwidth permitting). It works well with PHP-Nuke, PostNuke, and phpWebSite. Additional features include skins, custom playlists, logons/accounts, and a search tool. Andromeda is also multilingual, speaking English, German, Russian, Dutch, Spanish, and many other languages. No database is required. ASP and PHP versions are available.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Internet Web Dynamic Content Indexing/Search Site Management multimedia Sound/Audio Players MP3 Napster CGI Tools/Libraries Video|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows Windows Windows POSIX BSD Linux Mac OS X|
Release Notes: IE6 has a bug that can sometimes affect the use of Andromeda's play selection button (the gray play button down at the bottom; this issue has no effect on the regular green play buttons). For greater control, a new preference has beed added: playSelectionMode. The default value is "disabled," but you can set it to "get" or "post."
Release Notes: A fix to compensate for the odd behavior of some PHP 5 installations (the "file not found" message).
Release Notes: A fix that compensates for a bug recently introduced into the PHP engine (the "fread warning")
Release Notes: A new preference has been added to optionally display track numbers. The PHP version now supports a 'local file playback' mode when running Andromeda on a standalone PC, which prevents the browser from caching MP3s. Bosanski (Bosnian), Eesti (Estonian), Shqip (Albanian), and Viet Ngu (Vietnamese) support was added. Numerous tweaks and minor bugfixes were made, including the elimination of unicode markers in ID3 tags.
Release Notes: This release features VBR support, an optional logon screen message, miscellaneous improvements to the GUI, and minor bugfixes.
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