Lyra™ A/V Jukebox Software Package (Version 126.96.36.199) for RCA RD2780 MP3 Player
April 27, 2004
Note: You MUST first install the Lyra A/V Upgrade Utility
Before you install this software package! To determine what version of firmware (software) you presently have, navigate to the Setup, Lyra Info screen on your Lyra™ A/V Jukebox. The installed firmware (software) version number will be available under the Software Version section at the bottom of the Lyra Info UI screen.
This release contains the new version 188.8.131.52 Lyra Jukebox System Tray™ Application, plus the original release RD2780 Lyra™ A/V Jukebox system files and USB drivers.
- Click Here to be redirected to the RCA Downloads Page.
- Click on the System Tray Utility Restore link.
- Lyra DJ support added.
Plus previous version 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 enhancements:
- Fixed issue where audio content on devices with file paths between 256 and 260 characters in length would cause the profiling process and the Lyra™ Jukebox application to unexpectedly quit. All paths are now limited to 256 characters in order to be properly included in the profiling process.
- During the profiling process, if no audio files are available on a device, the previous profiling information will now be deleted. User must re-profile contents of the device once audio content is available.
- ID3v2.0 tag support now added to the profiling process.
- When audio content on devices have file paths longer than the maximum length allowed by WindowsTM the file will not be included in the profiling process. Originally, the profiling process would encounter an error and the Lyra™ Jukebox application would unexpectedly quit.
- When Windows MediaTM Audio content contained very long metadata (ID3) string field values (Artist, Album, Genre, Title) caused the profiling process to encounter an error and the Lyra™ Jukebox application would unexpectedly quit. Now, Windows MediaTM audio metadata field values are limited to 128 characters.
- Leading/Trailing spaces are now removed from Windows MediaTM metadata (ID3) field values before being sorted during the profiling process.