I play most of my music from my NAS and I use other platforms for playback too (eg. Sonos). Some music is HiRes, some is not. Sonos cannot play most HiRes, so I have 3 folders. 2 are for Sonos - all music but not HiRes, one is Low Res so as not to duplicate. For Innuos therefore I want one folder for all music and one for HiRes, so I don't have to duplicate everything. I have around 2000 local albums, maybe 100 are currently HiRes.
Hi Barry, if those folders are separated by resolution mainly for the benefit for Sonos, then this could be solved by having Sense monitor the root folder that contains all of these music sub-folders, meanwhile the Sonos app just indexes the music that is not high-res?
We can look at multiple-NAS support if it does not impact performance significantly; ultimately the point of a music server is to be the home for all of these audio files to maximise the sound quality in your main HiFi rather than using multiple disparate locations, but with the release of PULSE we may need to expand features with NAS interactions.
Music players like Roon or Bubble UPnP allow you to play music stored on hard disk connected to a NAS.
Innous does not allow even from hard disks connected directly to the server.
Can be very useful because not every piece of music that you have will be on the server or on a NAS.
If there is a feature to add multiple folders from a NAS this can be solved. Right now you can add only one folder.
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