server.xml in the config directory. This is the main configuration file and is fairly straight forward to follow.
playlist.xml is the music directory is an example playlist file. Create one of these for every playlist you want. It's tracks has three attributes title, creator and location. The location
must start with /file/ for VMC to know where to locate the file.
18th March 2007 - vmc_1_0_4beta
* Fixed the problem with streaming mp3's.
* Added support for very large files - should be able to handle files up to 8388607 terrabytes!. (in theory)
* When the PS3 sends a request to VMC for a file there is a header placed at the beginning of this file. In this header it specifies the size of the file. It appears if this number is 4294967296L (4gb)
or bigger then the file fails to download. So the solution to the problem is to not return the file size for files equal to or bigger than 4gb. What happens for files of 4gb is that the progress bar goes straight to 100% but you will notice that circle thing in the top right is rotating. It is actually downloading at this point. When it has finsihed you will get the usual message that the download has complete. The strange thing is that it reports that the file is 0k but fortunately it is lying. Go to the video menu on the PS3 and check the file size and it's the correct size.
* Out of interest on my local PC the through put is approximately 4Mb per second.
* Removed the attribute replacespaces from directories and folders (it served no purpose).
* Added new attribute filesystemicon to the server for Unix and Mac users where it is unable to retrieve the file system icon. This has added two new images that can be skinned (folder.png and file.png). It is also worth mentioning that if you have large directories and it is taking a while to
load the page set this option to yes and you will see an improvement in performance. The changes made in this release appear to make the icons load quicker (but atleast you have the option to switch it off).
* Fixed the problem on Unix (and hopefully Mac) where the file server was struggling to locate files.
* Removed the attribute replacespaces from directories and folders (it served no purpose). Added new attribute filesystemicon to the server for Unix and Mac users where it is unable to retrieve the file system icon. This has added two new images that can be skinned (folder.png and file.png).
* Added parameter to vmc.jar to specify the location of the server.xml. Now works properly with Unix and Mac.
* Initial release