I recently installed Roon Rock on a NUC10 i5 FNHN and use it as a core instead of the iMac I used until now.
The problem I have is the following:
Some folders are not recognized by Rock and do not appear at all while on the iMac as core they look normal and play normally again.
For example in the iMac core the folder 2xHD - Alexandre Cote - Portraits d 'Ici (2013) [24-96] appears normally in the Roon Rock core does not appear anywhere and when an import attempt is made it gives the following message:
This happens in several folders, the 2xHD tag is missing 8 folders, the 2xHD tag (NAXOS) is missing 5 folders, the FONE tag is missing 7 folders, etc.
Roon Rock core
I have checked and some special characters are not contained.
Could anyone help?
Congratulations very appealing collection
@Kostas_Karakalas Roon builds its own metadata layer and certainly doesn’t present the same in time trend (learning AI). Windows and Linux handle case differently. Rights to enter folders may be assigned differently. There are many possible reasons. So it is checked at the base:
is the total number of track the same / different.
were defective files detected for the first time
is the library cleaned up in both cases
are duplicate entries of albums visible on the Mac
The total number of tracks is different.
No, they were not defective files.
What is meant by saying the library has been cleaned?
There are no duplicate entries.
Sometimes on Tidal or Qobuz albums were given a heart and then you didn’t want it in your library forever after all.
Sometimes you have a music file in the folder that has since been deleted…
I do not use Tidal and Qobuz. All are local files.
But why when the iMac is used as the core the folders appear while in Roon Rock not?
Do you have an example deeper to the artist discography with concrete album then versions with file path as screenshot?
I meant the depth view in Roon which leads via Artists - Albums - Versions to the file path. There would be the control what is missing to the image above.
If music isn't showing up in Roon, first try to force a rescan of your folder from the Storage tab of Settings. You may also want to check the list of the Skipped Files, which can be found in the Library section of Settings. If that doesn't work, the...
I’ll continue where Danny left off. There are two phases involved in getting metadata for your files. The files are first grouped into clumps that have a high likelihood of being a complete album. Then we use the filenames, tags, and track lengths to identify each of the clumps.
Your question pertains mostly to the clumping phase, as identification results will vary as a consequence of how the files are clumped. For example, if you have the Pink Floyd Discovery box set, which is just composed o…
If you’re importing a multi-disc set, the best way to ensure it’s identified properly is to make sure the track listing matches the original release. Identifying Multi-Disc Sets For best results, make sure the whole set is in its own folder, and make...
The path is the same in both cases. Simply in Rock the folder does not appear anywhere.
I see a red dot is that a
for the new core?
The red dot is my mark. The folder is unlocked.
Take a look at your library like this
Yes I have read it. No folder has a “special” character.
It could be this one character that is not visible on the MAC
this ist diffenent without ’ between d lci
On the iMac this disc appears and plays normally.
I think something is wrong with rock. I have other small problems that I will mention in a future post.
Different OS have different exceptions in accepted text. You can always try removing the ’ and see if it makes a difference.
It’s something I can not understand and explain.
I transferred the files from the Melco N100 that were stored on the iMac to a new folder, Roon Rock read and play them normally.