Tag: Squeezelite


pCP Team 3 April 2024 pCP 5.0.0 Components
Squeezelite is a small headless Squeezebox emulator for Linux using ALSA audio output (and other platforms using portaudio). It is aimed at supporting high quality audio including USB dac based output at multiple sample rates including 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192/352.8/384kHz. Squeezelite is always included in the piCorePlayer image. Originally developed and released by Adrian Smith. Currently maintained by Ralph Irving. Squeezelite HelpSqueezelite v1.9.7-1237-pCP, Copyright 2012-2015 Adrian Smith, 2015-2020 Ralph Irving. See -t for license terms Usage: squeezelite [options] -s <server>[:<port>] Connect to specified server, otherwise uses autodiscovery to find server -o <output device> Specify output device, default "default", - = output to stdout -l List output devices -a <b>:<p>:<f>:<m> Specify ALSA params to open output device, b = buffer time in ms or size in bytes, p = period count or size in bytes, f sample format (16|24|24_3|32), m = use mmap (0|1) -a <f> Specify sample format (16|24|32) of output file when using -o - to output samples to stdout (interleaved little endian only) -b <stream>:<output> Specify internal Stream and Output buffer sizes in Kbytes -c <codec1>,<codec2> Restrict codecs to those specified, otherwise load all available codecs; known codecs: flac,pcm,mp3,ogg,aac,wma,alac,ops,dsd (mad,mpg for specific mp3 codec) Codecs reported to LMS in order listed, allowing codec priority refinement.

Install a custom Squeezelite

CJS 23 June 2024 pCP 9.0.0 How to
If you want to install a (newer) version of squeezelite on pCP that is not available in the repository of the pCP version that you run, this can be done as follows: These instructions are for people who are using a Windows PC to access pCP that is running on their RPi. StepsStep 1 - DownloadDownload the version of squeezelite that you want to use from https://sourceforge.net/projects/lmsclients/files/squeezelite/linux/. For the 32-bit version of pCP download file squeezelite-2.
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