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#1 CuStOm

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Posted 05 April 2003 - 03:43 AM

Every time I add <map>D:,Cdrom0</map> to my config.xml below XBMP will not launch. It half-ass launches with the background way out of sync and an error code saying "Can not find file".
Here is my config.xml


<configuration>

<media>

<map>C:,Harddisk0Partition2</map>
<map>E:,Harddisk0Partition1</map>
<map>F:,Harddisk0Partition6</map>


<local>
<!-- remove the asterisks to set local ip address and gateway statically -->
<address*>192.168.0.183</address*>
<subnet*>255.255.255.0</subnet*>
<gateway*>192.168.0.1</gateway*>
<nameserver>192.168.0.130</nameserver>
<playlists>e:playlists</playlists>
<thumbnails>e:thumbs</thumbnails>
<bookmarks>f:bookmarks</bookmarks>
<imdb>e:imdb</imdb>
</local>

<!-- specify as many shares as you like, note the format for each type of share -->
<!-- Note: XNS shares are created using RelaX, SMB shares are Windows shared folders -->
<!-- for each share you can specify the cache buffer size, note that this is optional -->
<music>

<share>
<name>HDD</name>
<url>f:music</url>
</share>

<share>
<name>DVDROM (UDF)</name>
<url>d:</url>
</share>

<share>
<name>DVDROM (ISO9660)</name>
<url>iso9660:</url>
</share>

</music>

<pictures>

<share>
<name>HDD</name>
<url>f:pictures</url>
</share>

</pictures>

<videos>

<share>
<name>HDD</name>
<url>f:videos</url>
<cachesize>8192</cachesize>
</share>

<share>
<name>DVDROM (UDF)</name>
<url>d:</url>
</share>

<share>
<name>DVDROM (ISO9660)</name>
<url>iso9660:</url>
</share>
</videos>

<!-- only HDD app shares are supported -->
<apps>

<share>
<name>HDD</name>
<url>f:appsshortcuts</url>
</share>

</apps>

<!-- application bookmarks are optional -->
<applications>

<bookmark>
<name>Emulators</name>
<path>f:appsemulators</path>
</bookmark>

<bookmark>
<name>Utilities</name>
<path>f:appsutils</path>
</bookmark>

</applications>

<extensions>
<music>sc|mpa|wav|wma|ogg|mp3|m3u</music>
<videos>ifo|mov|qt|divx|vob|pva|wmv|asf|asx|ogm|m2v|avi|bin|dat|mp2|mpg|mpeg</videos>
</extensions>

<dashboard>EvoXdash.xbe</dashboard>
<shutdowntime>0</shutdowntime>
<sensitivity>0.2</sensitivity>
<xnsbuffer>8192</xnsbuffer>

<!-- remove the asterisks from the language element to specify language otherwise -->
<!-- XBMP will try to autodetect it based on your dashboard settings -->
<language*>21</language*>

<subtitleencoding>UTF-8</subtitleencoding>
<!-- Set this to true to use Mediacommon-font.ttf as UI font -->
<!-- don't forget to copy the truetype font to your xbox!!! -->
<usettfuifont>false</usettfuifont>

<!-- Screen saver setting in seconds (0=disable it) -->
<screensaver>0</screensaver>

<!-- snapstream server -->
<snapstreamserver>192.168.0.1</snapstreamserver>
<snapstreamuser>common</snapstreamuser>

<!-- prefill cache before start playing in % -->
<precache>10</precache>

<!-- timeout to wait for stream in seconds -->
<shoutcasttimeout>12</shoutcasttimeout>

</media>

</configuration>

What is the proper way to map the CD drive?

What I am trying to do is burn Divx movies to DVD-R and then play them with XBMP.

On a side note...I am burning the movies to DVD-R with Nero as a DVD-ROM (UDF). Under the "UDF" tab after making the previous selection on Nero (5.5.10.15) there is a check box that indicates "Force DVD-Video Compatability Mode (Required for Xbox TM)". Is this supposed to be checked when using Divx and XBMP? Thanks!!

Edited by CuStOm, 05 April 2003 - 03:44 AM.


#2 cube

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Posted 05 April 2003 - 01:17 PM

No need to map your DVD player! Works fine without that and as you can see the drive is pointed to under your shares.

And you might try to burn your DVD with Prassi Primo DVD or Record Now Max (which is the later version of Prassi Primo) I had trouble with discs burned by Nero.

Also don't expect that yor movies will start automatically, you have to goto my videos, point to the DVD player (UDF or ISO9660 depending on how you burned the disc) and select the movie you want to play.

Edited by cube, 05 April 2003 - 01:19 PM.


#3 CuStOm

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Posted 05 April 2003 - 03:00 PM

I will try Record Now Max. The way I was trying to do it is by going into my videos and opening UDF, but nothing happened. Maybe it was a burn incompatability. Thanks.

#4 The Legendary Rob

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Posted 06 April 2003 - 01:09 PM

try using XML editors under TOOLS section




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