‘We’ve done next to nothing since you reported it in September, the dev team chuckled when I asked if it was fixed in the new release. Everyone is preparing for the s**tstorm that will come when we drop the new OS so we have no idea when you ‘mac’ fanboys will be able to use some of the core functionality of roon which is really only important to a few of our customers. Thanks for your money anyway’
Short of storming the Roon castle and demanding this gets fixed what can I do? Is it working with Windows remotes, I have no means of finding out.
Google search on “roon mac export hang beach ball” took me to this post at the top of the search.
Looks like i’m not the only one with this symptom.
For me, with Mac, latest Roon everything, Roon core running on Windows box:
What does not work: export “favorite” tracks from the Tracks list that has NOT been previously exported from the album view <<------ hangs, circling beach ball for few mins, followed by failure message,
Yes, it’s a similar story if you want to export a playlist it can be made to work if you play every track on the playlist however briefly before exporting. You must play every one for at least a second though. Not that practical if you want to export large playlists but it does work.
I did point this out in my first thread on this subject. It seems like all the programming work is in place, just some logic/flagging issue regarding tracks.
I am also having this issue. I’m running Roon Core on a Mac Mini, attempting to export playlists onto a MacBook Pro. Both machines are on the latest Big Sur 11.3.1. Has there been any work done towards fixing this problem since January?
@kirsten I contacted support and changed my card reader which appeared to solve the problem. But exporting multiple files from the Tracks view is awfully slow (20 tracks in 1 hour) and never seems to come to a decent finish. My support ticket has been closed in the meantime, because I thought evrything would be OK but I jumped the gun.
Our latest release includes a number of changes to exporting including the ability to export non-library content, a new Soundiiz option, and a number of bug fixes. Please see our release notes for details: