Documentation for the .is_audio_player file

List of available options recognized by Banshee :

Label

Description

name

The device name that will appear in banshee

audio_folders

The list of folders where music files are stored on the device. Banshee will copy tracks to the first folder in that list

video_folders

The list of folders where video files are stored on the device. Banshee will copy videos to the first folder in that list. If it is not set, videos will be copied to the same folder as music files

output_formats

The list of file types supported by the device, as MIME types

folder_depth

The maximum foler depth supported by the device. Do not set it if the device has no limitation

cover_art_file_type

The type of cover art image supported by the device, such as jpeg, png, tiff, ico or bmp

cover_art_file_name

The filename expected by the device for the cover art image

cover_art_size

The size of the cover art image, in pixels. The image is a square, so it's only one number

playlist_format

The list of playlist formats supported by the device, as MIME types

playlist_path

The folder containing playlists files on the device, relative to the root folder of the device. If not set, banshee will copy playlists to the same folder where it copies tracks

folder_separator

Separator between directory/file names in playlist files. If not given, "Unix" is assumed, which uses '/'. Some players require "DOS", which will use '\'

Items in a list are separated by a comma.

As an example, here's the content of the .is_audio_player for a Sansa e280 :

audio_folders=music/
output_formats=application/ogg,audio/mpeg
cover_art_file_type=bmp
cover_art_file_name=cover.bmp
cover_art_size=100

Apps/Banshee/CommonQuestions/IsAudioPlayerFile (last edited 2013-08-09 00:28:30 by WilliamJonMcCann)