This is a tool made for streamers who want to display their music on their stream.
Current version 1.13
What programs does it support?
-VLC media player
-Feel free to request an application or webapp.
If you have any questions, suggestions or feedback of any kind, feel free to post in this thread. I'll be happy to provide answers for you.
Alternatively, send me an email at Tijntje_7@msn.com
Can you support Window 8 apps? I use outcoldplayer for google music. The reason I use it over google music which you already support is because it puts the meta data straight to windows' system so i can play pause or skip song with the system functions and not have to have to use my we browser with how google music is currently set up. Since it throws the metadata into windows there is probably already a hook somewhere you can grab
I was wondering if you could update this to work with play.google.com/music. That'd be great since that's primarily what I use because of it's ease for playing music. Anyways, wonderful tool and easy to use! Thanks for your great work!
I was wondering if you could add LastFM on there? For us Korean streamers we use things like LastFM, Melon, and Daum so I was wondering if you could make it compatible with those sites. Thanks!
Perfect tool! Although some irrelevances are still present. Like Artist-Title pair mix-up while hooking into AIMP. Still nice app though!
I had a long post detailing how to get things working, but the spam filter snagged it. In any case, getting things to work is easy. First, extract the files to your folder of choice. Next, open SMGui and select your music player of choice. Click the "Options" tab and take note of the directory shown. Song information is stored here in a file called "current_song.txt". You'll need to point OBS to this file to get things working. In OBS, create a new Text source. Name it whatever you want. It doesn't matter. The important part is in the next window. Select the option titled "Use Text From File (UTF-8 or compatible)". Finally, browse for "current_song.txt". Select "Open", click "OK" and that should be it. Lack of manual aside, it's a good program.