"greubel" wrote:I haven't been keeping up with Chaneru development(sorry ). I'm a little confused as to what this does. Can you explain a little more? Do you mean there's a way to force rokus to reboot, directly via ECP (eek!)? Thanks!
Also added a "Connect" button in the server's options that will broadcast the server's IP address using Roku's ECP protocol. This will restart ALL the Roku devices found on the local network. Hopefully this will resolve some of those "unable to connect" problems.
"greubel" wrote:Whew, ok, I just misunderstood your other post, sorry. Sounds like a great way to get the clients and server talking fast, and a great use for those parts of ECP. I'll be playing with it later this weekend.
Not reboot but load the Chaneru app and pass the server's IP address. It's part of UPnP discovery. I send out a query to find available servers and devices on the network. The Roku answers with it's address. Then I post a query to the Roku to get available apps. Hopefully I find Chaneru, then I post a load request and pass it my IP address. This is semi dangerous because it hits all the Roku devices, might interrupt someones movie.
04/14 - Channel
1. Display and stop on "Unsupported Format" audio files.
04/14 - Server
1. Fix segment fault when changing transcode stream option while playing.
2. Fix segment fault while getting server version response.
3. Added default VLC path for windows.
Note: The default path for VLC is C:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC or C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC
If the executable is not there, the server will ask for the path.