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#twatch Winamp plugin

Posted on Friday, April 9th, 2010 in #twatch by Ian

yvesp123 has been hard at work on a WinAmp plugin that supports the #twatch ethernet LCD:

For me, the main reason for getting a #twatch in the first place was to display the currently playing song info from WinAmp. Since I received it, I’ve been working on a native plug-in for WinAmp. So here it is, the first release. Still fairly in beta state, but I think it might use some testing from others.

In it’s current state, it displays the artist name in the first row, the song title in the second, the album name and year in the third and finally, the playing status, progress bar and time (played or left) in the fourth. It also display the shuffle state using a custom char.

You can get this script, and a lot of others, in the #twatch SVN folder.

The #twatch as a PCB only (add your own LCD) is shipping now for $30, including worldwide shipping.

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