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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    As a test (re-enable after trying with the "bad" track") You could try disabling "native" Flac in Setting/Advanced /Filetypes. I think LMS will then send LMS decoded WAV audio to player.
    Not a peep

    [CODE][[20-10-31 16:02:10.7379] Slim::Player::Song:pen (409) Error: Couldn't create command line for flc playback for [wimp://111595443.flac]
    [20-10-31 16:02:19.3901] Slim::Player::Song:pen (409) Error: Couldn't create command line for flc playback for [wimp://111595443.flac]
    [20-10-31 16:03:00.4656] Slim::Player::Song:pen (409) Error: Couldn't create command line for flc play/CODE]

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    Attention TIDAL users - changesahead!

    > bpa wrote:
    >> As a test (re-enable after trying with the "bad" track") You could try
    >> disabling "native" Flac in Setting/Advanced /Filetypes. I think LMS
    >> will then send LMS decoded WAV audio to player.

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    > Not a peep


    What LMS version are you running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    Not a peep

    Code:
    [[20-10-31 16:02:10.7379] Slim::Player::Song::open (409) Error: Couldn't create command line for flc playback for [wimp://111595443.flac]
    [20-10-31 16:02:19.3901] Slim::Player::Song::open (409) Error: Couldn't create command line for flc playback for [wimp://111595443.flac]
    [20-10-31 16:03:00.4656] Slim::Player::Song::open (409) Error: Couldn't create command line for flc play
    I'm never sure about the alternatives when native flac gets disabled. This might be related to "type" I think standard flc rules "PCM" and "MP3" are just "F" and no "I". Maybe need to add the Flac PCM "I" to convert.conf

    An alternative might be a "flc flc" transcode to compression level 0

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    Attention TIDAL users - changesahead!

    > sorry, it is 'Wasteland of the Free' by 'Iris Dement'.

    Ok, here's some "good" news: it's a problem with the compression of
    these files. I think we've seen this before, where highly compressed
    FLAC files wouldn't play on the older hardware players (Transporter,
    Classic, Receiver, Boom). I played Wasteland on a Classic, Squeezeplay
    and squeezelite. Only Classic showed the stuttering.

    Now we'll have to see how we can address this. Transcoding in LMS will
    be the way to go. Thanks bpa for the pointers!

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    Bonza !

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    Attention TIDAL users - changesahead!

    > I'm never sure about the alternatives when native flac gets disabled.
    > This might be related to "type" I think standard flc rules "PCM" and
    > "MP3" are just "F" and no "I". Maybe need to add the Flac PCM "I" to
    > convert.conf


    I added the I flag to LMS8. You should be able to transcode to PCM, and
    it certainly solved the stuttering for aforementioned tracks. Please
    updated to the latest LMS8 build and disable native FLAC playback.

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    > Not a peep


    >What LMS version are you running?



    I'm on

    Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.4 - 1603273368 @ Thu Oct 22 04:21:56 CEST 2020
    Hostname: LMS
    IP: 192.168.1.119
    HTTP Port: 9000
    OS: piCore - EN - utf8
    Platform: armv8l-linux
    Perl Version: 5.28.2 - arm-linux-gnueabihf-thread-multi-64int
    Audio::Scan: 1.02
    IO::Socket::SSL: 2.066
    Database Version: DBD::SQLite 1.58 (sqlite 3.22.0)
    Total Players Recognized: 2
    > Please update to the latest LMS8 build and disable native FLAC playback.

    I'll leave this to one on the other respondents (I'm only trying to help out )

    ronnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by mherger View Post
    > I'm never sure about the alternatives when native flac gets disabled.
    > This might be related to "type" I think standard flc rules "PCM" and
    > "MP3" are just "F" and no "I". Maybe need to add the Flac PCM "I" to
    > convert.conf


    I added the I flag to LMS8. You should be able to transcode to PCM, and
    it certainly solved the stuttering for aforementioned tracks. Please
    updated to the latest LMS8 build and disable native FLAC playback.

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    That will convert all Flac transmission to PCM for all player.

    If a user just wants to change compression for a specific player and send Flac across network then it may be possible (haven't tested) to have a "flc-flc" rule for older SB player in custom-convert.conf
    There is already a "flc flc transcode * " in convert.conf for resampling - is it may be possible in 8.0.0 to also have a "flc flc transcode" for specific player type just to do a recompression. Below is for a "F" type - not sure what extra is needed for "I"
    Code:
    [flac] -c --totally-silent --compression-level-0 --skip=$START$ --until=$END$ $FILE$

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpa View Post
    That will convert all Flac transmission to PCM for all player.
    I note the "flc flc transcode" rule has been updated in the recent 8.0.0 update, but I think it will not be used in this instance as "native" is disabled for the player.

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    Just to make sure: Does the LMS know which audio formats are supported by each player, and I wouldn't have had to disable native AAC streaming?
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