we are getting the information together. here is some of it and a few questions
QNAP is a TS 253 Pro running 64 bit version of Roon. The QNAP itself is running its version 4.3.3
I am not sure what OS is on the client’s computer. That doesn’t seem to be the issue anyway.
The Qnap has the usual Share folder for the music and a separate Share for the Roon program.
We are Meridian dealers so this is not the first QNAP/Roon set up we have done.
Just so that you are aware and ahead of sending more detailed information… before we found out that Qsonix had an export program …we loaded the content of the Qsonix straight into the Roon Music folder on the QNAP and none of it played with Roon
When the client showed us that there were 2 types of backups (one to go back into another Qsonix and another called Export to go into another brand of server) we took the Qsonix from the client and did the two step conversion on the Qsonix-which is to do a regular back up first and then run it through Qsonix export program to create a new folder that we loaded into the QNAP into the QNAP Roon music folder.
But only 140 of the 4,000 or so cd’s will play or show up in roon. If we navigate to the Roon music folder on the QNAP through the desktop we see all 4,000 cd’s show up on the list and the cd title and tracks are identified correctly. I am trying to find out if there is something different about the 140 that can play in Roon versus the thousands that are in the QNAP Roon music folder and will not even show up in the Roon GUI. I suppose it is possible that the Qsonix export file may have formatted the unplayable ones in something Roon does not support. (be kind of odd but who knows) I need to look at the original tracks to see what sort of files the 140 that play are versius the ones that do not. The client mostly copied from cd’s into the Qsonix but I know ther were some that were downloaded from Pono Music.
I was wondering if we should try to run the Qsonix backups through DB Poweramp and mass convert them to FLAC or load them into iTunes as AIFF and see if that fixes this.
What do you think?
We will copy some of the unplayable cd’s and send them to you soon