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Old 3rd January 2018, 03:49 PM   #12431
Kikaha is offline Kikaha  Germany
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Hi,

Yes, been testing moOde as BT sender and seems to work ok.

Mode to come :-)

-TIm
This sounds great - as usual Thx a lot Tim!
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Old 3rd January 2018, 06:23 PM   #12432
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Hello,
I've been running Moode for a little while now, and recentlyupgraded to 4.0 beta 12. I'm mainly using it to stream web radio -- currentlyflipping between some of the Soma FM stations. It's fantastic.
I was wondering if there’s a way to set Moode toauto-restart playing a web stream if the internet connection is temporarilylost and then regained. The issue I have is that my pi sometimes loses theconnection -- maybe because of interference, or for example today when I had toreboot my router because of a firmware update. When the connection is lost, theaudio will stop playing of course, although the playback counter in the Moodeweb interface continues to count on. IfI go in and hit Pause and then Play, it starts playing again. I'm just hopingfor some way of either automating that process of hitting Pause and then Play,or... just somehow having it restart playback when it gets re-connected. Any suggestions?
Thanks!
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Old 3rd January 2018, 07:53 PM   #12433
garyjc is offline garyjc  United Kingdom
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Hi,

AFAIK all the Spotify clients that are based on librespot initially set volume to 100% :-0

-Tim
Yep, install on both the Zero and Pi2B went fine, but on the Zero there is a good 20-30s delay before music plays. This happens every time on changing tracks. On the Pi2B it is more or less instantaneous. Which is a shame as it was the Zero that I wanted to use to replace the Echo Dot. Volume range using the iPad volume seemed fine.
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Old 3rd January 2018, 09:30 PM   #12434
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Thanks! I have just tried this (I added the line to the otherwise empty upmpdcli.conf file) and rebooted, but it doesn’t seem to help here.
Thinking about what Medoc92 said...

When you edited the config file did you use

sudo nano /etc/upmpdcli.conf

and did the file start like the below fragment after editing, including the logging you enabled recently?

(Red is my emphasis )

Code:
#
# 2017-12-07 TC moOde 4.0
#

# The XML tags in the comments are used to help produce the documentation
# from the sample/reference file, and not at all at run time, where
# comments are just comments. Edit at will.

# The command line options have higher priorities than the values in
# this file.

# <grouptitle>Upmpdcli general parameters</grouptitle>
friendlyname = Moode UPNP
ohproductroom = Moode UPNP

# <var name="logfilename" type="fn"><brief>Log file
# name.</brief><descr>Defaults to stderr. This can also be specified as -d
# logfilename.</descr></var>
logfilename = /var/log/moodeupnp.log

# <var name="loglevel" type="int" values="0 5 2"><brief>Log
# level.</brief><descr>Can also be specified as -l loglevel.</descr></var>
loglevel = 4

# <var name="checkcontentformat" type="bool" values="1"><brief>Check that
# input format is supported.</brief><descr>Extract the protocolinfo
# information from the input metadata and check it against our supported
# formats. Set this option to 0 if a control point or media server sends
# good audio data with bad metadata.</descr></var>
checkcontentformat = 0
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Old 3rd January 2018, 11:15 PM   #12435
JST1963 is offline JST1963  Belgium
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OK guys, now that I have 4.0 working, with an Audiophonics ES9023 DAC TXCO, I want more.... (I'm like a little child... more, more, more...)
I want to connect an SSD to store the music (not gonna stream, I'm gonna use it as a stand alone unit at the office). So, I'd like to connect a 500GB SSD or more to it. But I also want my 7" screen connected to operate Moode 4.0 (B12).
How do I proceed? And I want it all built in in a case like this one:
RaspTouch Black Chassis and Accessories Kit DIY - Audiophonics
(I already have one of these. If you have another case to built this all in, that's fine, just let me know where I can buy it...


Thx,
Johan
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Old 3rd January 2018, 11:18 PM   #12436
JST1963 is offline JST1963  Belgium
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BTW, Tim, thanks for entering the VRT radio stations. It's great now!!!
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Old 3rd January 2018, 11:35 PM   #12437
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And I still have a problem with 4.0B12....
I do love the feature of the AutoShuffle. But here is something missing.... I have over 60000 (cleaned up) songs stored here on my NAS, with another 95000 uncleaned....
Now, there are some "Live" albums there as well. But when you use the AutoSHuffle feature, it happens that a song starts with sudden applause, and ends abrupt with applause.... I hate that...p


I wish I could use the AutoShuffle feature with exceptions. Why not put the AutoShuffle feature on the browse items? I can select via Browse a certain folder (that doesn't include life songs) an shuffle the way I want (without applause....)
So, what do you guys (and especially Tim) thinks of this?


Johan
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Old 3rd January 2018, 11:42 PM   #12438
TimCurtis is offline TimCurtis  United States
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Hi,

Here are a few more moOde 4 pics showing the Theme section in Customize, new Bluetooth audio capabilities and some miscellaneous screen shots :-)

-Tim
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Old 3rd January 2018, 11:46 PM   #12439
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Originally Posted by JST1963 View Post
OK guys, now that I have 4.0 working, with an Audiophonics ES9023 DAC TXCO, I want more.... (I'm like a little child... more, more, more...)
I want to connect an SSD to store the music (not gonna stream, I'm gonna use it as a stand alone unit at the office). So, I'd like to connect a 500GB SSD or more to it. But I also want my 7" screen connected to operate Moode 4.0 (B12).
How do I proceed? And I want it all built in in a case like this one:
RaspTouch Black Chassis and Accessories Kit DIY - Audiophonics
(I already have one of these. If you have another case to built this all in, that's fine, just let me know where I can buy it...


Thx,
Johan
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Originally Posted by JST1963 View Post
BTW, Tim, thanks for entering the VRT radio stations. It's great now!!!
Quote:
Originally Posted by JST1963 View Post
And I still have a problem with 4.0B12....
I do love the feature of the AutoShuffle. But here is something missing.... I have over 60000 (cleaned up) songs stored here on my NAS, with another 95000 uncleaned....
Now, there are some "Live" albums there as well. But when you use the AutoSHuffle feature, it happens that a song starts with sudden applause, and ends abrupt with applause.... I hate that...p


I wish I could use the AutoShuffle feature with exceptions. Why not put the AutoShuffle feature on the browse items? I can select via Browse a certain folder (that doesn't include life songs) an shuffle the way I want (without applause....)
So, what do you guys (and especially Tim) thinks of this?


Johan
Hi Johan,

Auto shuffle supports exceptions but the challenge is how to integrate this powerful capability into an easy to use UI.
GitHub - joshkunz/ashuffle: Automatic library-wide shuffle for mpd.

-Tim
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Old 3rd January 2018, 11:51 PM   #12440
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Tim, I understand, but would it be possible to build in something yourself? Now the AutoShuffle feature works on whatever is in the library. What if you do the same on the Browse option. This way I can select folders to be played, and start AUtoShuffle from there, without interfering with the folder where I have the life music.


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