Jupii

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UPnP/DLNA client for Sailfish OS

Following features are implemented:

- Discovery of UPnP/DLNA devices in a local network
- Remote control (Play, Pause, Next, Prev, Seek, Volume up/down)
- Playing local content (Music, Video, Images) on Media Renderer devices
- Playing gPodder's podcasts
- Playing remote content (e.g. internet radio, SomaFM channels, Icecast streams, FOSDEM videos)
- Playing items from Media Servers on Media Renderer devices
- Streaming of local Microphone to Media Renderer devices
- Streaming of audio playback of any local application (similar functionality to pulseaudio-dlna server)
- Screen casting (beta feature)
- Recording of tracks in Icecast streams
- Play queue (play once/repeat options)
- Playlists (saving/opening)
- Sharing content to other devices via UPnP Media Server

This is "work in progress" project in beta stage, so likely contains a number of bugs.

Any comments, issue reports are highly appreciated.

Translations:
All translations are very welcome. There are three ways to contribute:
- [preferred] Transifex project: https://www.transifex.com/mkiol/jupii/
- Direct github pull request: https://github.com/mkiol/Jupii/tree/master/sailfish/translations
- Translation file sent to me via e-mail: jupii@mkiol.net

Source code: https://github.com/mkiol/Jupii
Bugs, Feature requests: https://github.com/mkiol/Jupii/issues or just email: jupii@mkiol.net

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Application versions: 
AttachmentSizeDate
File harbour-jupii-2.6.2-1.i486.rpm2.89 MB08/03/2020 - 18:20
File harbour-jupii-2.6.2-1.armv7hl.rpm2.8 MB08/03/2020 - 18:20
File harbour-jupii-2.7.0-2.armv7hl.rpm2.97 MB17/05/2020 - 12:38
File harbour-jupii-2.7.0-2.i486.rpm3.07 MB17/05/2020 - 12:38
File harbour-jupii-2.7.1-1.armv7hl.rpm2.98 MB19/05/2020 - 22:19
File harbour-jupii-2.7.1-1.i486.rpm3.07 MB19/05/2020 - 22:19
File harbour-jupii-2.7.2-1.i486.rpm3.07 MB31/05/2020 - 21:11
File harbour-jupii-2.7.2-1.armv7hl.rpm2.98 MB31/05/2020 - 21:11
File harbour-jupii-2.7.3-1.armv7hl.rpm3.53 MB29/08/2020 - 16:30
File harbour-jupii-2.7.3-1.i486.rpm3.77 MB29/08/2020 - 16:30
Changelog: 

version 2.7.3
- DBus API update to provide better integration with other apps (e.g. Microtube)

version 2.7.2 (harbour-release)
- Minor fixes

version 2.7.1 (beta)
- Spanish, Swedish, Slovenian, German, Russian and Chinese translations update

version 2.7.0 (beta)
- FOSDEM videos browser
- URL resolution with Youtube-dl
- Bandcamp music browser
- Stream recorder enhancement
- Option to set the quality of Screen capture
- Audio capture improvement

For more details see the About->Changes page in the app.

Comments

mkiol's picture

1, 2 -> yes
3 -> there is such option right now. Try to click and hold on item in the playlist

subeditor's picture

NIce, but the app does not parse SD-card where all my music is stored. "Music" section dislpays only tracks that are stored in phone memory.

mkiol's picture

Actually you should be able to select files from SD-card as well. Juppi uses standard SFOS components to select Music. This component displays every music track that was indexed including files on SD-card. If you don't see those files, probably there is a problem with Tracker database.

Maybe "SFOS Settings->Utilities->Tracker database->Clear" could fix it?

subeditor's picture

Oh, yeah, I see now. I have a plugin that exlude SD-card from the tracker (cause otherwise all album arts are included in the gallery).

Then it would br nice to add options to add folder/multiple files via File section of your app.

 

ziellos's picture

Works great! The ability to add albums to the playlist would be nice.

birdzhang's picture

Awesome!!!

minitreintje's picture

Great! This was a missing SFOS app!

vansid's picture

Do you have any plans to support MythTV as a UPnP device in the future?

mkiol's picture

MythTV implements so called MediaServer role - it exposes files for other UPnP devices in the network. Currently Jupii is able to plays only local file stored on phone, so it doesn't use MediaServer :-(

I think you should try Donnie app (https://openrepos.net/content/wdehoog/donnie). It better suits your use case, because it allows you to play files from MediaServer to MediaRenderer devices.

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