Hi @jussi_laako . Is there any plans to have the client run on iPhone / iPad. Paid app of course. Thanks for HQPlayer. It has extended my non fatigue sessions.
Thanks Jussi. This is exactly what I needed. It also lets one use the library on my Antipodes direct to HQPlayer for maximum quality. This should be a paid app!
@jussi_laako, Speaking of that iOS app, I can’t get it to recognize my HQP server. I’ve tried automatic searching and I’ve entered the static IP for the server that HQP is installed on (leaving the default port, as I have no clue how to find if HQP is using a different port). What am I doing wrong? Thanks. JCR
Is your iOS device in the same network where the HQPlayer is located? If you are running HQPlayer Desktop, have you enabled external network control from the toolbar? Firewall on HQPlayer server possibly blocking the traffic?
Yes, @jussi_laako, same network. Network discovery button pushed on HQP Desktop toolbar. Windows firewall disabled by Audiophile Optimizer but to be sure, I added an exception for HQP Desktop app. Still no connection to iOS app.
I can remote in with VNC viewer to the server, so I know the server is accessible from outside the network.
Further thoughts? JCR
No ideas then, sorry…
Hmm, ok, strange. Thankfully as noted above, I can remote into the server via VNC and import settings changes for my various NAA endpoints (now three) without the app.
Am I correct that in Roon, I can only have one HQP profile shared among NAA endpoints? Or, can I have (and separately name) multiple HQP endpoints in Roon?
Thanks, @jussi_laako. JCR
I have one embedded and 2 desktop HQPlayer instances each with it’s own zone in Roon.
Wonderful, @Progisus. Can you share how you set that up? In my list of Roon endpoints, I have only one HQP listed, all the way at the bottom of the list. You’ve obviously found that HQP status is not limited just to that one! Thanks. JCR
Just go to Settings>Setup, scroll to the bottom and Add HQPlayer for each one. Hope this helps.
I just tried, @Progisus. When I add an HQ Player, it asks for the IP address, but it’s populated with localhost. The instruction says to leave it as localhost if the Roon core and HQP are in the same server, which they are in my case. So, giving the ok, I get an error that this host name or IP address is already configured. That, of course, is true, as I have one HQP endpoint currently.
So, I don’t understand how you are getting multiple instances of HQP configured. Can you describe or show further? Thanks. JCR
Hi Jeffrey. I assume that you have HQP installed on other computers or streamers on your network. Enter the IP for each of these to make them endpoints as well as the localhost. I have one embedded on my Antipodes, one desktop on a Mac and another desktop on another Mac. The Antipodes embedded plays locally to usb and each of the others plays to an naa on pi 4’s. Hope this makes sense.
Ah, @Progisus, I have but one instance of HQP Desktop on my main server and then three NAAs, two of RPI3s and one which is a microRendu. My server is the playback source (Roon, JRiver and HQP) for the dozen endpoints in our home. I have to change the saved import settings manually on the server to direct HQP for each of the three NAA endpoints. You apparently have three HQP licenses and run HQP separately on each computer for playback, which would seem why you can have multiple HQP endpoints in Roon. Am I correct? JCR
You can have as many HQPlayer endpoints as you like, as long as they have a different IP. You can freely name each endpoint the way you like. I have something around 10 HQPlayer zones in Roon.
HQPlayer endpoints, be it local or NAA’s are totally unvisible to Roon. Only HQPlayer instances are visible. So if you like to switch to a different NAA on a particular HQPlayer instance, you need to do it from HQPlayer side.
You are correct. The naa can only be chosen from the HQP instance, one at a time. I am fortunate to have several computers lying around from my Automation supplier career. Now if we had only used more nuc’s.