( TUNA Feature Request) Music information from a txt
Hello, after some time looking for a resource I came to your script, and it is very good, really promising, but I use the streamlabs chat bot to make my music requests and it saves a txt file with the title of the song that is playing , what I would need is for your script to capture the title of the song and display the cover art , and just that, is there a possibility to add this feature? I am grateful in advance for taking the time to read this request.
I'm having problems with using Spotify.
At first, I tried ignoring the client id and secret part because it wasn't on the instructions, but after successfully receiving the token and pressing the apply button, the acc was automatically logged out. When I then tried filling the client id and secret, the login page kept saying it was a invalid URL
Really great work!
I put myself in window title mode and no problem with Foobar2000, I just replaced the name of the software "[foobar2000]" with nothing and it is no longer displayed.
It can really be used with any music player or browser, it is complete and excellent for everyone.
Sure, I'll share it in a tutorial in French for my YouTube community.
Works like a charm :)
Nightly #75 (with commit ec8cd3f) had the fix for the auto-refresh token <3 Thank you
Would it be possible to add a "previous track info" features?
Maybe as a checkbox when editing an output that then allow to save the info to a "<song info path>_previous" file before writing the new track info
This is excellent, great work.
I've been using Twobbler until now to grab song info and album covers (through last.fm) while playing from Spotify, and this is much less cumbersome and also updates several times faster. The only thing I'd like to see added is the option to use a custom cover placeholder (or none at all) when nothing is playing.
Edit: Found the cover placeholder image in the plugin files. A path setting in the GUI would be nice though!
This is great! It works really well, and is very customizable. One critique that would be nice is the ability for a "main" artist wildcard, since some songs can have a ton of artists, like a movie soundtrack with multiple singers on a track.
Upon following your two video tutorials, plus reading the top resulted comment that fixes this, the song title still refuses to appear as anything more than "%t" when using a VLC Media Source.. Cover art appears perfectly fine, anything else is a no-go.