A reLive Client by Steffen Schümann
- The current packages of reLiveQt are quite old. I have to admit, that, at least on more current macOS version, it feels sticky and takes some time off here and there. I would not recommend to use them if you don’t need a feature delivered by the client. I’m sorry for that, but I cannot offer a quick fix, as stopped working on hat clients a few years ago. There will be a replacement, but it takes time to finish.
- Since I packaged the application, the reLive headquarter moved to a new domain and the configured domain is no longer used by the reLive project, so to get the client working, you need to go to settings and set the root server to
http://stations.relive.nuand it should be able to fetch informations.
reLiveQt enables you to tune into the reLive system for Mac OS X and Windows based on the Qt gui framework. Listening to a missed show with reLive is as close to the real thing as it gets. You hear the music, you see the tracks, you follow the chat, it only lacks some tachyon based plugin to let you take part in the discussions.
- listen to a stream independently, while browsing through the stations and streams
- find streams or tracks with a new search function
- stations with unplayed streams and those streams are marked bold to quickly find new streams
- create relive: links from any station, stream or track (using the context menu) to mail or quote them others or simply paste them into the search field for instant jump to the target or embed them in web pages like Candytron in Sound Of SceneSat Vol.1, a great track from Tron, featuring Lizette
http://goto.relive.nulinks from any station, stream or track (using context menu) working like the
relive:links, but with additional support of the java relive plugin, like Candytron in Sound Of SceneSat Vol.1
- local database keeps the meta data to enable fast switching, still changes will be fetched on access depending on the age of the data or by simply clicking the refresh toolbar button
- configureable colors and styles for chat log with optional emoticons
- select a default station, if you want reLiveQt to open that one on startup
- when using Growl, reLiveQt shows title info on track changes