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Old 10th November 2017, 05:36 PM   #10781
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Old 10th November 2017, 07:18 PM   #10782
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Hey Guys,
I have a random question? Is it possible to stream TV audio (RCA or toslink output) to wifi speakers running moode on R-Pi? I want to input the audio via wifi into moode.
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Old 10th November 2017, 07:45 PM   #10783
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Default Moode 4.0

I'm trying to install the rel-stretch.zip but got this error "Invalid archive image".
Is Moode 4.0 only for beta test users and do I have to wait for a final .img file ?
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Old 10th November 2017, 08:41 PM   #10784
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I'm trying to install the rel-stretch.zip but got this error "Invalid archive image".
Is Moode 4.0 only for beta test users and do I have to wait for a final .img file ?
.img files are no longer available. You have to follow the 'Build Recipe' - see under 'Sources' on the Moode website.
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Old 10th November 2017, 10:15 PM   #10785
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Up to now I have streamed Qobuz to Moode via Bubble Upnp, and logging into Qobuz on Bubble. Now it's possible to log in to Qobuz on Moode itself, but is there any advantage to that? Can I then access my Qobuz albums and playlists directly from Moode, and if so - how?
@jonners

In a nutshell, no, you can't.

Now, some details.

In A/V applications, UPnP usage depends on three components:

1) a media renderer. This is the component which actually plays the media.
2) a media server. This is the component which stores media, provides browsing information (usually), and streams media.
3) a media control point. This is the component in which a user can browse the contents of media servers, make a selection, and command a media renderer to play the selected media directly from the media server.

It is possible for 2) to be a proxy media server. Such a server takes streaming media from some other service and passes it through in a UPnP format acceptable to a media renderer.

Ok so far?

Before the recent upgrade of upmpdcli in moOde we had only the following possibility for streaming from a service like Qobuz:
1) moOde provides the media renderer component.
2) BubbleUPnP provides the proxy media server component. Account credentials for Qobuz, Tidal, Google Play Music are entered here.
3) BubbleUPnP provides the media control point component.

After the upgrade we also have the following possibility:
1) moOde provides the media renderer component.
2) moOde provides the proxy media server component. Account credentials for Qobuz, Tidal, Google Play Music are entered here.
3) BubbleUPnP provides the media control point component.

From the standpoint of the BubbleUPnP app, the difference lies in the choice of library, e.g., the media server component. From the standpoint of the user, the two scenarios perform very similarly.

There is an advantage to the second scenario, though, as was pointed out to me in this forum a while ago. The phone or tablet running BubbleUPnP can be turned off or taken out of range and the selection will continue to play on moOde.

Hopes this helps.

Regards,
Kent
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Old 10th November 2017, 10:35 PM   #10786
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Then I have to say goodby to Moode, the more than 100 steps are to complicated for me......
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Old 10th November 2017, 11:28 PM   #10787
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Hi,

Just want to share some important bug fixes that will appear in BETA 9.

- FIX: Workaround for MPD not capturing BBC 320K bitrate
- FIX: Sources screen hangs in certain scenarios
- FIX: Roaming between AP mode and WiFi SSID
- FIX: Cover art not displayed when same Title different Artist
- FIX: SSID Scan not returning anything in certain scenario

Many, many thanks for the bug reports and testing :-)

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Old 10th November 2017, 11:34 PM   #10788
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Then I have to say goodby to Moode, the more than 100 steps are to complicated for me......
Wait for the Dietpi version/distro.
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Old 11th November 2017, 07:50 AM   #10789
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Hi Tim

I have noticed that after moode has been running for a while (12+ hours) I cannot access the System Info or System Config, the page just doesn’t display. To remedy I have to restart the pi.

Have you any ideas?

Cheers
Nick
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Old 11th November 2017, 08:09 AM   #10790
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There is an advantage to the second scenario, though, as was pointed out to me in this forum a while ago. The phone or tablet running BubbleUPnP can be turned off or taken out of range and the selection will continue to play on moOde.

Hopes this helps.

Regards,
Kent
OK, now I get it. Thanks!

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