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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby nanomesher » Sun Apr 14 2019 03:06

HI,

The eject function has been added to the latest version of NanoSound CD.

To upgrade, either uninstall or reinstall the plugin

or

run "sudo apt-get install eject" then use the upgrade function in NanoSound CD settings menu.

thanks!


hyaku wrote:Hi,

I tried the plugin by using an Apple USB SuperDrive which didn’t work at all until I searched the internet to find out that it’s only working in Apple’s devices (so it's not nothing to do with the plugin). Thankfully I found a site which helped me to get the Apple CD drive working. The plugin seems to work BUT it’s missing an important feature (or I didn't find it). Is there any other way to get the CD ejected than running the eject command from the console? That's not very convenient as Apple USB SuperDrive doesn’t have any buttons at all, so there is no easy and simple way to eject the CD :) I’d be happily paying for the full version of the plugin but this is a feature I’d like to have. Is the eject function included in the Full version of the plugin? What would be also nice is to have the Apple USB SuperDrive "included" in the plugin, so whenever there's a need to reinstall the system, just installing the plugin you'd get the Apple CD drive working without any hassle.
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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby nanomesher » Sun Apr 14 2019 03:12

Hi faro,

Glad to know you like it!

May we know how you power the drive? Do you need to use an external power supply?

Thanks for your recommendation, we will take a look and test it.


faro wrote:Hi NanoSound devs,

I just installed your free plugin and it does work wonderfully. Thanks for your work!
I am using an LG usb drive called Slim Portable DVD Writer (Model GP65NB60).

For reducing install time, you may consider using the apt-get parameter --no-install-recommends as I feel some packages are not needed (i recall reading SANE libraries for example).

Thank you!
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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby nanomesher » Sun Apr 14 2019 03:19

A new version of NanoSound CD is available with Eject and Album cover art support.

The show album cover can be enabled via NanoSound CD settings.

If you like NanoSound CD, please consider supporting us by purchasing the full version with upsampling and extraction support.

http://nanomesher.com/nanosoundcd

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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby hyaku » Mon Apr 15 2019 17:21

Great indeed, thanks! Supported! ;)
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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby faro » Mon Apr 15 2019 18:20

nanomesher wrote:May we know how you power the drive? Do you need to use an external power supply?


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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby Riccisax » Thu Jun 06 2019 15:50

Hello,

I’ve gone through some arduous steps to finally getting the plugin to work with some wonderful help from nanosound. After flashing and installing a new sd card in my Allo DigiOne (plug-ins We’re not loading properly with the original card), the CD player/ripper is now working. Now I’m having that similar issue with ripping CDs to usb? It aborts the rip whenever I try to set the path to usb. It will rip to the SD card, but I don’t want to send to there for storage.
Nanosound has yet to respond to this one, can anyone here help?

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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby kukocz » Sat Jun 08 2019 16:58

Hi.
I bought a full version of nanosound cd with plans to use upsampling functionality. Unfortunately it doesn't work.
With no upsampling i can play music but my DAC detects stream as 48khz instead 44.1. (I have DX3 pro dac). Sometimes sound is distorted or/and paying is interrupted.
If I enable upsampling then there's no sound at all. Rebooting and auto-configuration didn't help.
Any idea what is causing the problem?
CD is playing without any problems via default "app" in volumio.

My equipment:
Raspberry Pi 3B+
Volumio 2.586
Topping DX3 Pro
Nanosound CD plug-in 1.1.1
USB DVD LG GP57EB40
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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby nanomesher » Today 02:35

Riccisax wrote:Hello,

I’ve gone through some arduous steps to finally getting the plugin to work with some wonderful help from nanosound. After flashing and installing a new sd card in my Allo DigiOne (plug-ins We’re not loading properly with the original card), the CD player/ripper is now working. Now I’m having that similar issue with ripping CDs to usb? It aborts the rip whenever I try to set the path to usb. It will rip to the SD card, but I don’t want to send to there for storage.
Nanosound has yet to respond to this one, can anyone here help?

Thanks


Hello, this problem with saving to USB flash has been fixed in the latest version of NanoSound CD. Thanks for raising this.

Details can be found here:
https://nanomesher.com/nanosound-cd-support/
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NanoSound CD plugin

Postby nanomesher » Today 02:38

kukocz wrote:Hi.
I bought a full version of nanosound cd with plans to use upsampling functionality. Unfortunately it doesn't work.
With no upsampling i can play music but my DAC detects stream as 48khz instead 44.1. (I have DX3 pro dac). Sometimes sound is distorted or/and paying is interrupted.
If I enable upsampling then there's no sound at all. Rebooting and auto-configuration didn't help.
Any idea what is causing the problem?
CD is playing without any problems via default "app" in volumio.

My equipment:
Raspberry Pi 3B+
Volumio 2.586
Topping DX3 Pro
Nanosound CD plug-in 1.1.1
USB DVD LG GP57EB40


Hi, for USB DACs, looks like the alsa driver is forcing sampling 48khz. We are looking into this issue.

i2s DAC will not have this issue. thanks
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