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Old 12th October 2017, 01:45 PM   #10011
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Hi Richard,

Sure, I can add that :-)

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I have a Douk Audio USD DAC I would like to use with moOde. If it can be added at some point great, if not no worries. Thank you

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Old 12th October 2017, 02:09 PM   #10012
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Hi @onionhead,

No prob, I'll ad to list

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Old 12th October 2017, 02:23 PM   #10013
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You can manually add your favourite stations. A quick search on here will show you how.
thanks, i will look for it how to
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Old 12th October 2017, 09:06 PM   #10014
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Hi,

It's an interesting idea. I'll have a look.

One challenge is that its not possible to know ahead of time whether the bit-depth and sample rate being sent to the audio device will actually be accepted by the device. For example MPD/ALSA may zero-pad the bit-depth or resample the rate to values the audio device accepts.

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If checking in real time is complicated, than maybe it is easier to create one wave test file, which can bu used to check if the actual moOde configuration is bit perfect ?
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Old 12th October 2017, 10:37 PM   #10015
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Ok - I'm really liking this! I've learned how to SSH over to the Pi running moOde, and I found the "currentsong.txt" file and have started a python script to read it and display on an LCD.

I've also seen that the MOODE appears in window explorer so I can transfer files to it (music etc).

My question is - where should I put my python file for the moOde "LCD update engine" and how do I call out that path?? (I know where to *enter* the path in moOde - just don't know the syntax)

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Old 12th October 2017, 11:00 PM   #10016
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Hi @LCipher,

When u ssh you are placed by default in /home/pi

Place the script in this directory and its path will be /home/pi/scriptname.py

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Old 12th October 2017, 11:26 PM   #10017
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When u ssh you are placed by default in /home/pi
Place the script in this directory and its path will be /home/pi/scriptname.py
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Thanks Tim!
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Old 13th October 2017, 01:46 AM   #10018
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Hi,

Provide details regarding your symptom "dlna renderer does not work" for example logs showing errors, etc.

-Tim

The symptom is that when I attempt to play music using Musicbee and the UPnP renderer (upmpdcli), the music sometimes does not start (probability>90%).
The music can be sought after occurring the problem and clicking the seek bar many times.
In summary, it seems that commands from MusicBee sometimes does not recognize properly in upmpdcli.

I'm sorry that this problem results from MusicBee, upmpdcli or other programs.

I would like to submit relevant logs; what kind of logs do you need?
moode.log or upmpdcli.log?
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Old 13th October 2017, 03:53 AM   #10019
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Hi @estshorter,

The symptom "the music sometimes does not start (probability>90%)" suggests a problem external to moOde for example the MusicBee app UPnP control point, the source of the song files (a DLNA server?), a network issue etc. I would examining the MusicBee logs and then post to the MusicBee forums.

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Old 13th October 2017, 04:01 AM   #10020
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Hi @estshorter,

The symptom "the music sometimes does not start (probability>90%)" suggests a problem external to moOde for example the MusicBee app UPnP control point, the source of the song files (a DLNA server?), a network issue etc. I would examining the MusicBee logs and then post to the MusicBee forums.

-Tim
Thank you for your quick reply.
But the UPnP plugin for MusicBee is not maintained anymore as shown in the following URL.
UPnP/ DLNA device support

So, I will use a MPD client instead of MusicBee.

Thank you again!
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