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Asset UPnP R2024 beta

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  • Spoon
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    Just busy with other programs (dBpoweramp, etc) will release a new Asset soon.

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  • Arnold
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    Hi all,
    It's been quiet for some time now.
    What's up with the further development of Asset?

    PeterP, how are you doing? Hope everything is okay with you.

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  • Spoon
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    Probably not

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  • simes_pep
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    Hi, Is there advantage to running bookworm over bullseye on a RPi2 that primarily runs Asset UPnP headless under DietPi?

    Thanks,
    Simon

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  • simes_pep
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    Is there any further functionality to test within this Beta release?

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  • ac16161
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    Originally posted by Spoon
    We have added to our wish list.

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  • Spoon
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    We have added to our wish list.

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  • ac16161
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    Originally posted by Spoon
    Not currently possible.
    could an option to suppress addition of Year to the presented album title when sorting albums on year be added to a future release?

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  • Spoon
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    Not currently possible.

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  • ac16161
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    hi, is there a way to configure the browsing tree so that albums are sorted on release date when drilling down on artist, but without the year being tagged on to the displayed album name? I would love to be able to do this when using Asset. Am I getting something wrong with already available options, or if not, can this be added to the next release? Thanks.

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  • PeterP
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    Tracktotal doesn't actually do much in Asset.
    Disctotal is used to detect apparent multi disc albums and apply track renumbering fixes, so it's recommended to have it if album consists of more than one disc. I personally just remove disc number & disctotal information from single disc albums, but Asset should work just fine either way.

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  • Arnold
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    The Dispay Setting option "Multi-Disc Albums show as '[Disc] [Track] [Title]'" only works when the disctotal tag is used or when using discnumber x/y (discnumber combined with disctotal).

    But then Asset adds the discnumber to the albumtrack tag.
    Which gives this weird presentation:
    101 1. tracktitle a
    102 1. tracktitle b
    ..
    201 2. tracktitle x
    202 2. tracktitle y
    etc.

    For me this adds nothing.
    Using just tracknumber 101, 102, ..., 201, 202, etc. is perfect enough.

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  • Arnold
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    Hi Peter,

    The new build works fine, rescan is very quick.
    And looks like multi disc albums works also fine.

    I've noticed when using free format text for multi disc subfolders, the discs stay together as one album only when using the disctotal tag. I didn't use this tag, only the discnumber. My mistake, will improve my life :-)

    Which gives the following question.
    Is it necessary or recommended to always (!) use disctotal and tracktotal? Also for 1-disc albums?
    Last edited by Arnold; March 16, 2024, 11:34 AM.

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  • ghosthost
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    Originally posted by PeterP
    New build posted, above complaint has been addressed (album defined by folder = YES suppresses offending behavior).
    And confirmed... issue is resolved

    Great job!

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  • simes_pep
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    Re: Asset UPnP R2024 beta

    Downloaded the new build and testing.
    Many thanks, Simon

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