NOD32 and Winamp

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by gearscout, Apr 5, 2005.

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  1. gearscout

    gearscout Registered Member

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    This is a bit frustrating.

    Trying to play my music library via Winamp, direct from files on my server to client computer. Both the server and the client are running NOD32/Beta 2.5

    File is VBR 192/320 44KHz MP3
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    On Client:
    AMON
    Detection-->Media-->Network [unchecked]
    Methods-->Advanced Heuristics [unchecked]
    Methods-->Optimized Scanning [checked]
    Increased compatibility for Winamp
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    On Server:
    AMON
    Exclusions-->D:\Libarary (+Subfolders)

    Playing files DIRECTLY still skips. The same files, played as a STREAM do not skip. The stream is either played through the Slim Devices/SlimServer to Winamp or through MusicMatchJukebox Server to a dedicated wireless music player.

    Yes, the connection is wireless to this client. It's a "G" connection that has plenty of bandwidth.

    But why are the files played directly from the server skipping while the streamed files do not?

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. gearscout

    gearscout Registered Member

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    Had searched the forum and read that one.

    That thread is on streaming media. This is simply opening/playing the file. The buffering while streaming seems to make the file "immune" from such hits.

    The problem, however...may be discovered.

    Everytime NOD32 server, running on the same PIII/600MHz box as the music library, does an update to the clients, the music cuts out. This is evidenced on the RA Console, so it may be those client/server/console interactions.

    Or maybe NOT. I shut down NOD32 on the client AND the server side and it's still cutting out. Halted the process on the server side.

    I'm a little surprised. While it's no speed demon, it's a SCSI disk. Doubt it's the wireless, but anything's possible.

    Thanks for reading about it! :rolleyes:
     
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