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MPD audio streams and client. Scripts for checking device capabilities etc


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Still keen to have an MPD player that supports radio.... are any of these easily integrated with Snakeoil....?
https://lacocina.nl/quimup-debian-packages
http://lacocina.nl/audiophile-mpd

and what about this script for checking sample rates etc ...
http://lacocina.nl/detect-alsa-output-capabilities

Flac converter...?
https://lacocina.nl/convert-flac-with-shibatch

some interesting reading on that site too.
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(28-Mar-2017, 04:55 PM) Bromf Wrote: Still keen to have an MPD player that supports radio.... are any of these easily integrated with Snakeoil....?
https://lacocina.nl/quimup-debian-packages
http://lacocina.nl/audiophile-mpd

Assuming that requires curl. The next version of Snakeoil (Running Ubuntu 16.04) will support that throughout.

(28-Mar-2017, 04:55 PM) Bromf Wrote: and what about this script for checking sample rates etc ...
http://lacocina.nl/detect-alsa-output-capabilities

That looks interesting. But the script don't work? But this is a good idea. I can probably write something to show the ALSA capabilities and put that in the hardware tab for the next release. Thumbs Up

(28-Mar-2017, 04:55 PM) Bromf Wrote: Flac converter...?
https://lacocina.nl/convert-flac-with-shibatch

some interesting reading on that site too.

Not going to implement this for now. Do like the idea of sample once and always play back the upsampled edition. But then my preference is not to touch the users files at all. Something like this will definitely do something wrong for Linux newbs, and Snakeoil is specifically designed to be used by Linux newbs. It's gonna be a bad combination. Tongue

The good thing is Snakeoil is not locked down, so anybody with the Linux know how can easily download this and install this.
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"The good thing is Snakeoil is not locked down, so anybody with the Linux know how can easily download this and install this. "


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