tuneDial

Where is the iTunes compatible XML file supposed to be stored?

You can store the XML for a tuneDial playlist on any server. If you'd like to create something fancier by hand than what tuneDial can create for you, you're still welcome to add a link to your playlist through tuneDial, by creating a new playlist and choosing the 'This playlist is located on another website' option.

What does an iTunes compatible XML playlist look like?

Currently, we don't have a full dictionary of terms for iTunes XML playlists, but we can show you examples. An example of a standard tuneDial playlist is located at http://www.tunedial.org/playlist.php?fileID=20

Can these playlists be made manually?

Yes, they're just plain text files with XML markup. For the moment, we'd suggest that you take one of our example playlists and build off of that.

What is the directory so empty?

We're just starting out with a new way of downloading content, so there aren't a lot of people who have made their media available through tuneDial yet. The directory is slowly being built by contacting performers who may be interested in listing their media here. If you know someone, or if you are someone, who might like their media on tuneDial, it's as simple as clicking the "Add Your Music" link, registering an account, and building a playlist with our simple tools.

I found links to material by someone infringing on copyright. How do I report it?

If you believe your copyright has been infringed upon by material linked to through tuneDial.org, please provide us with the following material:

You can reach us regarding copyright infringements at:

Robert Warwick
#228 - 1581h Hillside
Victoria BC
V8T 2C1

This information is subject to change at any time and without notice. Any requests not containing this complete information will be discarded.

Since we don't actually host any of the music files, we're unable to take down the actual content, only remove the link.



Will you be expanding past tuneDial for OS?

Yes. The Mac application is the first step for us. We are currently working to roll out tuneDial for iOS, which is currently in the testing phase.

Why can I search by email address, but I can't find a submitters address?
We want you to easily be able to find material your friends have uploaded, but we aren't interested in making it easy for spam mailers to collect email addresses. This was the best compromise we could find.

Do you have any banners I can link with?
Luckily we've got a dedicated group of people who aren't me doing things like that. Here are a couple images you can link to us with.

Who Can I Contact at tuneDial?
The following addresses are available for contact:

Bug Reports: bugs@tunedial.org
Media Inquiries: media@tunedial.org
General Inquiries. No support questions.: tuner@tunedial.org

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