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Awesome Program!

Posted: Sun Nov 24, 2013 7:08 pm
by darthvenom
I love this program! Do you have any plans for future releases?

Re: Awesome Program!

Posted: Mon Nov 25, 2013 7:17 am
by Brett
I have no real plans for Tuniac.
I love what it does which is be an amazing little player with a highly powerful yet crazy simple to use playlist management.

People have asked for a better tag editor, but really things like mp3tag do that perfectly already.
People ask for CD ripping, but EAC does that perfectly already.
People ask for iPod/iPhone syncing, but I dont own one nor would I use it like that.(I use Google Music, Spotify and good old FM radio all day long.)

Things I like the idea of:

Spotify support - Issue is I dont really know how I would even make it fit in with the playlist manager stuff. Eg search for a song and queue it for playback etc etc. It would be a massive job.

DLNA/UPNP support - I would love for Tuniac to be a DLNA/UPNP server/controller that would send audio to a renderer. Eg Tuniac could output to a Squeezebox(so sad they got discontinued). Probably not that huge a job, but big enough that I do not want to start down that rabbit hole.

Windows Metro interface - I hate metro and NEVER use it hence why I have not bothered, but if Tuniac wants a long life it is looking more and more like that interface needs to be made or Tuniac dies with a future Windows update.

Re: Awesome Program!

Posted: Sat Dec 07, 2013 5:50 am
by darthvenom2
That's too bad. As I've said, it's been great.

I commend how hard you must have worked on this - it has brought many hours of enjoyment that you just can't give up.

One thing for you to consider is maybe trying to market it as a light show program for DJ artists? i feel like this would be an excellent prototype to build from. I can't say how profitable it would be.

Anyway, best of luck sir, great work on this.

Re: Awesome Program!

Posted: Sat Dec 07, 2013 10:04 pm
by Brett
darthvenom2 wrote: I commend how hard you must have worked on this .
Tuniac is the fruits of massive work from Tony Million, with additional work from Blur and several others. I have been here the longest now but Tony is really the reason Tuniac exists.