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Old 13th February 2018, 09:14 PM   #13711
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It is Graphic EQ.
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Ran some tests not seeing any memory leaks when Graphic EQ is running :-)

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Old 13th February 2018, 09:30 PM   #13712
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Thought Id share my office set-up:

Basically, I work in a cubicle farm starring at a computer screen. The company I work for pumps in white noise in an effort to drown out conversions in the fishbowl in which I work.

Last black Friday I picked up a pair of Bose QC25 noise cancelling headphones. Plugged them into my smartphone and no more white noise or conversations. One problem: I found the phone to be very fatiguing. About an hour is all I could handle without a rest. So I loaded up MooDe 3.8 on a PI Zero. Added a wi-fi dongle, Pimoroni PHAT dac and a 256TB usb drive loaded with Flac files. Sounds great. Im not a big Bose fan, but after trying many others, I truly think Bose has the best noise cancelling technology. At least at my price point.

Initially, I used the mooDe gui to control the zero; but, I wanted a way to navigate all the tags I tirelessly maintain in my collection. With a proper backup, I installed Minimserver on top of Moode and pointed it at the usb stick. Next, Bubbleupnp app was loaded on the phone. Now Bubbleupnp is used to navigate tags and using MooDe as a Upnp renderer. MooDe is also used to shut it down when go home time comes via the gui.

Music Nirvana at work. Thank you for a great product.
Hi,

Thats an interesting config :-)

The wonderful UPnP renderer was created by Jean-Francois Dockes who continues to improve and enhance it.

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Old 13th February 2018, 11:06 PM   #13713
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1. In version 4 of moode DLNA the patch to music is too long. Example:
USB disk called "Multimedia" music is in folder "Music" so when I start work with DLNA I must go:
Moode DLNA -> Browse Folders -> USB -> Multimedia -> Music
I there any way to short it to?:
Moode DLNA -> Browse Folders -> Muzyka
It would be good to add a choice of start folder.

2. Please give me link to moOde 3.8 image file. I donate it about half year ago, but by mistake I delete it. In PM I can give you orginal product key...
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Old 14th February 2018, 12:01 AM   #13714
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Your Python script doesn't have to update an LCD, it can do whatever you want it to do based on information in the metadata file.
Thanks Tim this sounds perfect, I'll keep you posted.
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Old 14th February 2018, 02:48 AM   #13715
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Hi,

Thats an interesting config :-)

The wonderful UPnP renderer was created by Jean-Francois Dockes who continues to improve and enhance it.

-Tim
kudos to both you and Jean-Francois Dockes.

Another benefit is sharing my music with work friends via dlna. The AP makes it all possible. thank you
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Old 14th February 2018, 07:12 AM   #13716
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Hi Tim,

Thanks for your recommendations.

To make sure everything was reset to default, I did a fresh install from scratch, but last night the Pi froze again without anything in the log files. I only use UPNP renderer (push from Jriver) and all other functions are disabled. The Pi is on 24/7.
At this moment I am lost. Is there anything left I can try?

Thanks again,

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Old 14th February 2018, 08:06 AM   #13717
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Hi Tim,

Is there a "best" way to manage album art for compatibility with moode?
I have alot of audio files from different artists and albums in my music folder/ collection I want to align the album art to work with moode.

-Dan
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Old 14th February 2018, 09:46 AM   #13718
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Hi Tim,

So after a bit of digging it looks like I had a broken build. After checking (now I understand to look for it!) I can see the build is incomplete and stops at Step 13, Component 1.

** Install MiniDLNA package
E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem.
** Error: install failed
** Error: image build exited
** Error: reboot to resume the build
** Tue 13 Feb 22:37:50 UTC 2018

It tries and fails a further two times then there are no more entries. I'll try again tonight and see whether it stops at the same place. I can see the complete log in my Pi3 build so can see there is a lot missing. I assume a PI3 build is not compatible with a PI0W?


Build spec is: Moode 4 automated build, Pi0w, Stretch Lite 2017-11-29

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Old 14th February 2018, 11:54 AM   #13719
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Hi Tim,

Thanks for your recommendations.

To make sure everything was reset to default, I did a fresh install from scratch, but last night the Pi froze again without anything in the log files. I only use UPNP renderer (push from Jriver) and all other functions are disabled. The Pi is on 24/7.
At this moment I am lost. Is there anything left I can try?

Thanks again,

Regards.
Hi,

Assuming quality SDCard and Power Supply, true system crash is rare in my experience troubleshooting moOde but I've seen external network issues mask as system crash. It some cases it can happen with dual-band Router where client is on 5G band, Pi is on 2.4G band or Ethernet and Router fails to internally route traffic between 5G and 2.4G/Ethernet.

From the client perspective it appears as if the Pi has crashed because neither UI nor SSH can be accessed. My own dual band Router occasionally has this issue. The fix that usually works is to simply switch my client MacAir to 2.4G band, connect to Pi then switch back to 5G. Last resort is reboot Router and client.

-Tim
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Old 14th February 2018, 12:02 PM   #13720
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Hi Tim,

Is there a "best" way to manage album art for compatibility with moode?
I have alot of audio files from different artists and albums in my music folder/ collection I want to align the album art to work with moode.

-Dan
moOde supports cover image file in the Album directory or cover image embedded in the song file.

Cover image file naming and formats are
Cover, cover, Folder, folder.jpg, jpeg, png, gif, tif, tiff

Embedded art is supported in the following audio formats
mp3, flac, m4a

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