Music Player for PhantomBot is a tool for live-streamers they using the Song Request from PhantomBot written in C#.
It embeds your PhantomBot YouTube music player with “Current Song” detection for third-party uses.
- Embed your PhantomBot YouTube Music Player into a desktop software
- Detect your “Current Song” and write it into a text file, also the output format can be changed
- That’s it, simple for display song request titles in your livestream!
As written above its programmed in C#. It will be working on windows well. For other operating systems you need to emulate the program (on Linux for example with Mono, not tested yet).
You need to have installed .NET Framework 4.6.1 on your system to use it.
You can download the current version directly on GitHub here.
After download and unzip it move the folder to the location on your drive you want. Now it’s time to start: Execute the “PB-MusicPlayer.exe” file.
Time for configuration: To setup the program you need your PhantomBot credentials and host both.
Any questions or issues with setting it up? Feel free to join our Discord channel (#phantombot-musicplayer)!
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The program and his source code too is covered by MIT License
I just copy this page from my README file on GitHub, I hope it does clearing all questions. Feel free to commend and ask everything here!