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Online Sources - configuring

PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2021 10:51 am
by Jamuna
Library/Online Sources has three configuring options at the bottom:-
Feed expiry interval [hours]
Max. number of feed items to retrieve
Preferred online content quality.

What exactly do these do and what are the performance issues?
How are they related to live/audio streams?
How should they be configured?

The "Preferred online content quality" has three options - low/medium/high.
What does this do and what does each quality translate to?

I am using the "high" option.
My control app (BubbleUPnP) is showing the output streams as "MP3 | 320kbps | Stereo" (a couple are Mono) but the native files are not 320kb and in some cases are not MP3 but aacPlus.
Is this linked to the above?
What is happening?
Serviio Pro v2.1, DBpoweramp & Asset UPnP (registered), HP Elitebook, HP Pavilion, Windows 10 Pro, Linn Majik DS/1, NEET AirstreamPro renderer, Naim NAC72/NAP140 (x2), Celestion Ditton 25 and Spendor A5 speakers, WD TV Media Player (x2), Panasonic Blu-ray DMP-BDT360, Panasonic TV, Amazon Fire 7 HDX, BubbleUPnP app, Qobuz Studio Hi-Res streaming.

Re: Online Sources - configuring

PostPosted: Mon Aug 09, 2021 3:08 pm
by Paul C
Zip answered this issue a while back.
Mainly relevant to MediaBrowser.

Some of these configuration options are rather unclear and seem to have minimal impact !