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MPMLite - Installing, Uninstalling and using the MPMLite API

Welcome to the how-to guide on the installation and uninstall of MPMLite as well as the use of the MPMLite API.

Please note: Spacial does not offer or support MPMLite any longer. This article is for reference only.

Installing MPMLite

  • Download MPMLite
  • Select Save file to destination
  • Click Run
  • Click on Next on the Opening page
  • Review the License Agreement and if you agree select "I have read and ACCEPT the terms of the License Agreement".
  • Click on Next
  • Click Install to install to default installation path c:\Program Files\MPMLite
  • Fill in your Admin Username and Password for MPMLite and click on Next
  • Leave the "Open MPMLite Admin Page" checkbox checked and click on Finish.
NB! If the Admin Page gives a Page Load Error, you might need to wait 30 sec or more for the MPMLite service to finish starting   
up and connecting to it's database. Just press F5 or click on you're browser's Refresh button to refresh the Admin Page after waiting 
for 30 sec or more.
  • Enter your Admin Username and Password in the Authentication Required box that pops up and click on OK.

Note: By default MPMLite will be installed in C:\Program Files\MPM and run on port 8008.

Uninstalling MPMLite

See illustration below.

  • Stop MPMLite service
  • Open Control Panel
  • Select Add or Remove Programs .
  • Select MPMLite
  • Click Change / Remove button.


Using MPMLite

Starting and Stopping the MPMLite service

Note: MPMLite runs as a Windows Service and will automatically be started up during the installation.

Start the MPMLite service

  • Start / All Programs / MPMLite / Start Service

Stop the MPMLite service

  • Start / All Programs / MPMLite / Stop Service

Using the MPMLite Admin Page

  • Click on Start / All Programs / MPMLite / MPMLite Admin Login. See illustration below.


Synchronize Media Points

  • When you click on the Synchronize button a synchronization of the MPMLite database and your Windows Media Services takes place and the Media Point Status of each Media Point is updated accordingly.
  • The different States for a Media Point are:
    • Not Found - Media Points that exists in MPMLite's database, but have been removed from the Windows Media Server. It is usually a good idea to delete them. They are marked in Red.
    • Incomplete - Media Points that exists on the Windows Media Server, but not in the MPMLite database. They are marked in White.
    • OK - Media Points that exist on both the Windows Media Server and in the MPMLite database. They are marked in Green.

Delete a Media Point

  • Media Points with the "Not Found" status can be deleted from the MPMLite database by clicking on the Remove button next to them.
  • Deleting a Media Point with status "Incomplete" or "OK" will only remove them from the MPMLite database. They will still have to be manually removed from the Windows Media Server as well. To delete click on the Edit button next to the Media Point. The Media Point's details will display in the Mediapoint Details box. Click on the Remove button in the box.

Update a Media Point

  • Click on the Edit button next to the Media Point that you want to update. The Media Point's details will display in the Mediapoint Details box. Change the User Name and/or User Password and click on the Update button.

Note: The Media Point Name can not be updated.

  • See illustration below for Update and Delete


View Stats

  • Only stats for Media Points with status "OK" can be viewed. Click on the Stats button next to the Media Point to view the Media Point's stats in xml format.


  • Click on the Help button in the upper-right corner to access the MPMLite on-line help (The document you are currently viewing).

Statistic Relay

What is a Statistic Relay?

The statistic relay grabs the current status and viewer count from the stream hosting server. In the case of Windows Media Services the server must be running MPM or MPMLite to obtain statistics.

With a valid statistic relay you may also list your station on AudioRealm.com with a few additional steps. Listing your station at Audiorealm.com means you will get added exposure and you won't miss extra listeners coming from the AudioRealm portal and partner sites. For more information on listing your station at AudioRealm.com click here .

Setup Statistic Relay

How to configure the MPM Statistic Relay using any of Spacial Audio's statistic relay plugins; SOS, SAM Broadcaster, Winamp Statistic Relay, SimpleCast and DRS2006 Internet Broadcaster:

  • In the Statistic Relays window click on the ‘+ ’ button. See illustration below.


  • Select MediaPoint Manager (Windows Media) Statistic Relay. See illustration below.
  • Click OK . See illustration below.


  • Enter MPM server details (found on your Audiorealm.com stream hosting panel). See illustration below.
    • Enter MPM Host
    • Enter MPM Port
    • Enter Username
    • Enter password
    • Select Alias from dropdown
    • Select Bitrate
    • Select Color on graph


  • Statistic Relay should now say status ‘Active (OK) ’ after a few seconds. See illustration below.



What is the MPMLite API?

  • The MPMLite API (Application Program Interface) is a set of calling conventions that allow you to extract statistical information on all aliases, users or a specific alias, and also allows you to define a username and password.

Using the API

Note Calls can be made using the new MPMLite API as well as the MPMLite legacy API.

View all the available User Media Points

View available User Media Points by Username / Password

Assign Username / Password to a Media Point

Update assigned Username / Password for a Media Point

Delete Media Point from the database

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