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  • scaleste
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    Playlists definitely. What should Captain Picard have all the fun commanding the Enterprise computer to play certain selections. Yes - Playlist is definitely a goal as is eventual voice recognition for Homeseer.

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  • Dan-O
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    Agreed.
    But if you only want to have play, stop, next, last and pause, why pay for the cow if the milk is free?

    Playlists? That's definately more than a basic event.
    What were you looking to do?

    Dan-O

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  • scaleste
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    Great - Thanks. I thought of using HS Keys, but I think working with an established plug-in will provide greater functionality.

    Thanks again

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  • Rupp
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    http://www.mp3-converter.biz/rm-to-m...ter-directory/

    -Rupp

    If you think a 401K is the size of your mother-in-laws bra ... You might be a red neck.

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  • Pete
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    I just downloaded the Realone basic player and use it with HS by running it then shutting it down. Removed all the extra stuff it was running by renaming the files. Works well. Play the BBC here every morning.

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  • Dan-O
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    Couldn't you just create a few events, one for each action like "stop","Play" Ect, and then with each event use the HS.SendKeys command and control the Real Player that way? I use HS.SendKeys with WinAmp and it has been working great for years.
    Just a free suggestion.

    Dan-O

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  • BraveSirRobbin
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    Yes, my "foresight" wasn't any better. Not only did I record in that *.rmx format, but I didn't disable the default security option when I recorded my CD's. Now I have to "export" the security key and re-install it on my computers (work laptop, etc...) that I want to play my music on. I may just bite the bullet and re-record everything with the MP3 format.

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  • scaleste
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    That is correct. If my foresight was as accurate as my hindsight I would have chosen the option for MP3, but instead I chose *.rmx. I found many conversion programs, but not that specifically mentions *.rmx. It would not be a problem but there are about 1,000 tracks in rmx that I don't want to loose moving to Media Player for HomeSeer

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  • BraveSirRobbin
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    Hi Rupp:

    I'm not certain but I think he means he needs realplayer because his music format is in the *.rmx format and not the MP3 (and that he couldn't find a way to convert the rmx to MP3 easily, which Media Player uses).

    By the way, I have the same problem so if anyone has found a way to do this please let me know!

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  • Rupp
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    I thought realone played mp3's?

    -Rupp

    If you think a 401K is the size of your mother-in-laws bra ... You might be a red neck.

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  • scaleste
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    Unfortunately much of my music is in RealOne. I've looked for a converter to convert RealOne to MP3 that Media Player uses without success.

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  • epsteing
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    Not presently. There is a plug-in to control Windows Media Player 9, if that helps.

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  • scaleste
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    Plug-in for Real Audio / RealOne

    Is there a plug-in for Real Audio's RealOne available to control RealOne from within HomeSeer?
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