31. März 2018 at 12:20 #34918
Sometime during Dec2017 and Mar2018 something changed in the RaspberryPi/Max2play/Squeezebox ecosystem. My 96/24 Flac music files that previously played on my RPi3 SqueezeboxServer now no longer play. The ONLY files that are affected are those that were encoded using „Lavf57.34.103“ (eg. as sometimes provided by HDTracks.com). That encoding might be some sort of ffmpeg-based version of the flac standard, but I do not really understand the details.
All my other flac files, encoded with FLAC1.2.1, 1.3.0, 1.3.1 etc, still play perfectly.
The change & problem may have been caused by recent updates in Max2play, or in Raspian, or in squeezeboxserver7.9.1. I thought I’d start my detective work by asking the Max2play community: Has anyone encountered similar difficulty?
Thanks for your help
Manawatu4. April 2018 at 12:12 #34969
My simple setup is:
Raspberry Pi 3, Model B Rev 1.2
Raspbian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie)
Linux max2play 4.14.20-v7+ #1094 SMP Mon Feb 19 15:14:31 GMT 2018 armv7l GNU/Linux
Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.1 – 1508251793 @ Tue Oct 17 16:29:56 UTC 2017
Perl Version: 5.20.2
Logitech Transporter, firmware 87
Thanks for your help with this.5. April 2018 at 22:33 #35015
There is no sound card on my RPi3, just ethernet out to the router, the NAS and the Transporter which handles streaming and DAC.
The LMS codec settings for FLAC filetype are all at default: AIFF=flac, FLAC=native, MP3=flac/lame, PCM=flac.
Recall that the flac encoder used by HDTracks was “Lavf57.34.103”. If I re-encode those files (hires flac to hires flac) with dbPoweramp (which is currently using flac encoder version 1.3.1), then the files will play.
Note that the original Lavf57.34.103 files can be played on Win7 software players like Foobar2000 and MPC-HC, but I don’t know if they are „native“ or are transcoding in the background.
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