Quote:send2XBMC makes it easy to send either an URL or the address of a remotely shared (SMB) or local media file to your Xbox. This can be done by opening the file through the dialog of send2XBMC or by providing the path/URL by a commandline parameter. To use paths with spaces, add quotation marks to the parameter. Be sure to have the Web Interface enabled on your Xbox. Sending multiple files to XBMC at once is allowed.Changes since v2.1.0429:
send2XBMC will send URLs and remotely shared files directly to your Xbox (after checking the existence of the file in case of a SMB-share). If the supplied path is a local file, send2XBMC will automatically search for an available SMB share that leads to the file. If found, it'll send
the network path to your Xbox.
To use send2XBMC with Total Commander from its Start Menu, point to the location of send2XBMC and use "%L" or "/add %L" (no quotes) as parameters. This will send/add the file under the cursor to play on your Xbox or all selected files.
You can create a shortcut to send2xbmc.exe in the SendTo folder of your user profile to use send2XBMC from the context menu. To add files to the XBMC playlist, create a shortcut with the parameter "/add" (no quotes).
send2XBMC can open up your download folder at start by using an optional INI-file. Here you can also manually enter the IP-address of your Xbox (by default, send2XBMC will try to connect using 'http://xbox'). Furthermore, you can manually configure the file extensions recognition for audio and video files when adding multiple files at once from commandline.
* Code restructuring
* Added audio playlist extensions to variable AudioExt
+ Ability to send/queue more files at once from commandline / file dialog
+ Ability to send files containing the following characters: & + ; #
+ Short paths to files allowed (C:\Progra~1\...)
+ Total Commander temporary list file compatibility (%L)
Changes since v2.0.0428:
+ Added a routine to automatically choose the right (audio or video) playlist, instead of just using the currently active, which didn't work that well
+ INI-file entries AudioExt and VideoExt to manually configure which extensions are to be handled as audio/video files in order to add them correctly to the corresponding XBMC playlists
Changes since v1.0.0426:
* Completely restructured code
* Removed UPX Compression (theoretically, since it has a very small file size already, it should initialize a bit faster)
+ Some more checks integrated
+ Added commandline parameter "/add" to add files to the XBMC playlist