SourceRadio V. 2017.02.03

Von dem praktischen Musik-Wiedergabe-Tool für Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive und Left 4 Dead 2 ist schon vor einer ganzen Weile eine neue Version veröffentlicht worden, die wir natürlich noch nachträglich in unserem Downloadbereich aufnehmen möchten.

In SourceRadio ist es nun unter anderem möglich die Steam-URLs von Spielern zu nutzen, um diese als Administratoren anzulegen oder zu bannen. Weiterhin verbesserte man sowohl die allgemeine Fehlerbehandlung als auch die Erkennung von YouTube-URLs.

Weitere Informationen über SourceRadio und dessen Anwendung stehen im Changelog!


SourceRadio v2017.02.03

  • Added support for Steam profile URLs in admins.txt and banned players.txt
  • Improved YouTube URL recognition
  • Fixed the parsing of Steam IDs
  • Improved error handling

SourceRadio v2017.01.29

  • Changed youtube-dl download source to GitHub for better reliability.
  • Fixed the mechanism that checks for updates.

Updated: February 3, 2017

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Installation & usage
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Don’t hesitate to ask questions if you get stuck!

Supported games

•  Team Fortress 2
•  Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
•  Left 4 Dead 2

Let me know about other games you’d like to see supported.

Error reports, feature requests
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SourceRadio makes it possible for players on a server to build a playlist together and listen to music as they play—even on public servers.

SourceRadio plays music through the owner’s ingame microphone, and songs may be requested by any player via the chat interface. If multiple songs are requested within a short time span, the first song plays, and the others are placed in a queue.

Your selection of music is practically infinite. That’s because SourceRadio streams music directly from YouTube. When players request a song, SourceRadio takes the request and sends it to YouTube, which spits out the top result. SourceRadio stores the information gathered from each song request in a local database, using that information to avoid future lookups. SourceRadio also saves the most-requested songs locally to the owner’s drive in order to stream songs more efficiently.

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