- Dec 23, 2010
Doesn't work. Maybe I can use correct parametr?
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Refer to the documentation.
Doesn't work. Maybe I can use correct parametr?
java -jar BubbleUPnPServerLauncher.jar -disableUPnPPortForwarding
Nice, now genre and year are shown in now playing tab, thx.@dark0shark
Year is already displayed in landscape on tablets (alongside with genre).
I can extend that to landscape on phones as there is room for it.
In portrait on phones, it is more tricky as it requires its own line (for displaying both) and depending on what is already displayed and its length, it could get super crowded there...
Moreover, all metadata is just one tap (the cover) away.
I should note, I have a Netgear MK63 (MR60 Router and 2 associated satellites). I also have a BubbleUPNP Server running on an Nvidia Shield, that consistently and reliably shows both Denon receivers (both the same model). Any idea why discovering the Denons as renderers on the Android app takes some time? And is there anything I can do to fix that?Hi all,
Hoping for a little help sorting out my issue. I use the app to stream Tidal to my Denon S760H. When I load up the app, sometimes it takes a good 30 seconds to a minute to find the Denon as a renderer on the network. My various chromecast devices, however, are spotted instantly (or near-instantly). What things should I be looking out for/checking/doing to try and get my Denon to act similarly? Thanks in advance.
Is your S760H connected over ethernet, and if not have you tried that (if it's at all possible) just to rule out your WiFi?I should note, I have a Netgear MK63 (MR60 Router and 2 associated satellites). I also have a BubbleUPNP Server running on an Nvidia Shield, that consistently and reliably shows both Denon receivers (both the same model). Any idea why discovering the Denons as renderers on the Android app takes some time? And is there anything I can do to fix that?
I've done all that, haha. This morning, I took out an old Asus router, and loaded up its wireless connection. I then hooked up the S760H to that router via Wi-Fi, and the Android app saw the receiver immediately, even after a force stop. Using that logic, I think the issue might be the way my router handles UPNP and SSDP.Is your S760H connected over ethernet, and if not have you tried that (if it's at all possible) just to rule out your WiFi?
I have no idea why it's taking so long to connect, but you mention that you have a BubbleUPnP server running, have you tried proxying the S760H in BubbleUPnP server and then connecting to that instance (which would give you other benefits like queue handling).
That's a shame.I've done all that, haha. This morning, I took out an old Asus router, and loaded up its wireless connection. I then hooked up the S760H to that router via Wi-Fi, and the Android app saw the receiver immediately, even after a force stop. Using that logic, I think the issue might be the way my router handles UPNP and SSDP.
Yeah. Luckily I got that router at Costco, so if a new solution works for me, I can always return it. I'll keep everyone updated here.That's a shame.
I found what appears to be your manual and it doesn't look like it has an IGMP Snooping setting, if it had I would have told you to disable it as that's what I had to do with my netgear switch.
Is there any audio shift feature or plans for one? My Bluetooth speakers have a bit of an delay so would be great if I can shift the audio forward.
Otherwise Bubbleupnp has been great and totally worth the price.
Is there a reason why when I share a YouTube video from newpipe, to bubble, which casts to Google home device, that it takes a minute before anything appears on Google's screen?
Feature request: Both Tidal and Qobuz feature large (sometimes VERY large) box sets. While I see that Bubble UPnP correctly marks out when, for example, one symphony ends and another begins, it doesn't also mark when we go from one CD to the next. Both services display this data. Tidal calls it Volume while Qobuz calls it CD. Not all sets are labeled this way but enough of them are that I'd find it useful.
At any rate, just something I'd like to throw out there. I've been a very happy user of this app for nearly a decade now. Huge fan!
An example of a correctly marked-up title that exists in both services is:
Schumann: The Symphonies & Overtures
Swedish Chamber Orchestra • Thomas DausgaardComposer: Robert Schumann
Thanks for the report as I was not aware of these CD separators.
Will look what I can do but no promise.
Just noticed that using BubbleUPnP player on Pixel 6a with Android 13 always seems to transcode mp3 (no matter what Bitrate) to ffmpeg:WAV 44.1 16 bits (at least it says so on now playing screen)!? At first it shows mp3 but switches to WAV while playing.
Cross checking with Xiaomi 9T Pro (Android 11) and Xiaomi Pad 5 (Android 12) everything works as expected shows mp3 and plays mp3.
Settings are exported and imported on all devices, so should be exactly the same.
Doesn't matter if server is MinimServer or foobar2000. Bubbleupnp running latest version of course.
My conclusion leads to Android 13 as being the only difference in that setup. Starting stream on that device only generates unlocker log, so no useful logging attached.
Thanks for clarification! I was just wondering, as i changed my whole setup including mobile and didn't come across that behavior before. Now MinimServer is running on my 7 year old LG G5 mobile with Lineage OS and chrooted Ubuntu 22.04 - nothing is impossible.@alexinc
Yes, WAV decoding is forced for local mp3 playback on Pixel 6 and 7. It does not cause loss in audio quality nor other side effects. This is to workaround an issue on these device with Android 13 (and maybe 12) where playback of mp3 would stutter or stop unexpectedly, which has been reported by many users. This is probably a bug in the system mp3 decoder combined with http streaming (local playback is always using http in BubbleUPnP, unlike local music player apps that are playing files as files rather than http streams).
Hi Mike,Hi, found this app on the WiiM users forum to address current display issues that the WiiM Home App has with network music servers (no album art on many views). It's been working a treat (bought the license!) with one nagging issue. It's just my spouse and I in our home using your app to listen to our home music server (Serviio is the DLNA server) through the WiiM. But if I start a playlist, and then she accesses the app on her phone, it doesn't show my playlist, it shows her old play list and never refreshes with the current playlist. Same if she starts a playlist and I then start the app from my phone.
It's not needed but equally I don't think it does anything without 'Network and Security > Allow to access the server from the Internet' checked.Sweet! works well.
One question: I don't need internet access to my home music. Should "Make this Media Server available in BubbleUPnP for Android and foobar2000 for internet access" be checked. Seems like it should be not checked but the help page shows an older version that doesn't have the "for internet access" as part of the description. I thought that maybe if unchecked it would disappear from my home LAN as well.
Just wanted to say I love the Android app, been a user for years and just recently began trying out the Docker container, though I'm left with a bit of a pickle.
At the moment, most of the services running on my device (OpenWRT 22.03.3 for Raspberry Pi 4B) depend on a docker-compose file for both maintenance tasks and connectivity to the network, but I've noticed that at the moment the container is unable to accept the usage of volume mounts to store the configuration outside the container, which means that every time I update my system I have to configure the server from scratch.
Would enabling an external configuration directory be a possibility in the future?
Thanks in advance!