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      As you may be aware, the Poweramp developer has been working hard on an updated material design user interface for Poweramp v3 which required a full ground-up rebuild of the code. It is hoped this will be ready for final beta-testing by the end of the May/early June. See forum thread for more details and to discuss.    

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  1. Как подключить в плеер сетевые папки по LAN?
  2. build 579 버젼 사용중입니다. 에어트리를 사용하려고 하는데 DLNA 지원하나요?
  3. Hello, Poweramp community. I'm new here, so maybe I'm doing something wrong. Thing is: I've been looking the forums since I bought my Poweramp license not long ago (question of months). I've felt in love with the app ever since trial, this is why I bought it in the first place. But what I've found out? The lack of communication between the crew behind the app and the community expectations. I didn't knew about the existence of a "Poweramp 3" until I got here, but it does seem like it won't get out of the paper and it's a long long promise from the staff. I don't see any questions about concerns that showed up (and have been promised to be fixed) four years ago being answered nor solved, and come on, four years is a hell of a lifetime when we are talking about development and technollogy. So, what I want to humbly ask is, as a new member in this community: Why does it feel like the staff doesn't care about the community concern and, why is the staff silent about the community insatisfaction? Of course, if I am right about what I'm saying, I wont have my concerns properly answered, but if I am not, and I do hope that I'm not, I will get my concerns erased and will stay at ease (after a good scold). Cheers, T.
  4. Like the dozens of enthusiastic people asking for DLNA support, I want to stream from a portable device (a tablet I purchased solely to be a Poweramp dedicated mp3 player) to my stereo. It is possible that Bluetooth, not DLNA, is the answer. As interested readers know, DLNA is a wireless standard capable of the transmission of audio from portable devices to WiFi receivers at CD levels of fidelity. Poweramp does not support DLNA, but some people have succeeded in connecting it to Audio Cast via BubbleUPnP in a rooted phone. (I have succeeded in doing that with an HP Touchpad running Cyanogenmod and Android KitKat, but this setup does not work acceptably for me because, even without wireless transmission, Poweramp stops playing every few hours, which does not meet my needs. And, yes, I have turned off all the likely features causing this such as gapless processing and fading.) I want to make a system that works on a Dell tablet with Android/KitKat. To use Poweramp in this case requires rooting the tablet. This I have been unable to do, and do not want to do because it is not sustainable through OS updates. Also, my WiFi seems to occasionally cause another trial system I am using (n7player using Toaster Cast) to stop playing every few hours or less, despite careful reconfiguration of the channel used by the WiFi router to avoid interference with the DLNA machine that is configured as another network. So I am anxious to try the Bluetooth alternative. Bluetooth has an available bit rate well in excess of the bit rate of any mp3 files--it is about 1 MB/s, while mp3s usually go no higher than 320 kb/s. So if the transmitter (Poweramp and the Dell tablet) is willing to send the mp3 files, and the receiver is willing to receive them, Bluetooth should be good. What we need is 1) a Bluetooth standard that supports this concept, 2) a Bluetooth receiver that supports it, and 3) Poweramp, combined with my tablet, that supports it. Bluetooth does support it. I am pretty sure that most $20 Bluetooth receivers do not, but I have found at least two that do: Nyrius Songo HiFi Wireless Bluetooth aptX Music Receiver ($50) and Audioengine B1 ($190). There is an article that addresses the issue but suggests that Poweramp and my tablet will not do their part in this coordination: You may be familiar with prolific and well-respected audio journalist Brett Butterworth. He wrote, "If both the source device (your phone, tablet or computer) and the destination device (the wireless receiver or speaker) support a certain codec, then material encoded using that codec does not have to have the extra layer of data compression added. Thus, if you're listening to, say, a 128 kbps MP3 file or audio stream, and your destination device accepts MP3, Bluetooth does not have to add an extra layer of compression, and ideally results in zero loss of quality. However, manufacturers tell me that in almost every case, incoming audio is transcoded into SBC, or into aptX or AAC if the source device and the destination device are aptX or AAC compatible." You can find the whole article here: Comparing AirPlay, Bluetooth, DLNA, Play-Fi, Sonos and More Comparing AirPlay, Bluetooth, DLNA, Play-Fi, Sonos and M... A comparison of AirPlay, Bluetooth, DLNA, Play-Fi and Sonos wireless audio technologies View on stereos.about.com Preview by Yahoo The reasons why include adding beeps for your phone, and using the volume control on the phone or tablet...to say nothing of the equalizer available in Poweramp. In Poweramp promotional material here: http://powerampapp.com/features/ ...is the inference that the audio can stay in mp3 form even as Poweramp runs its equalizer. Under the "Equalizer and Tone" heading is this: "works for any supported format and for bluetooth A2DP headset" (A2DP is the transmission standards that deal with negotiating format between the transmitter and the receiver). So, my questions are: 1. Is the transmission of Bluetooth signals a function of the operating system or the app or both? 2. Can, or does, Poweramp act to allow direct transmission of mp3 files from the player via Bluetooth to a compatible receiver?
  5. I love the app Poweramp, in fact i think its one of favorites. The only problem it has compared to Samsung's default player is its inability to screen mirror/remote play music to other devices. If Poweramp had this then without a doubt it would be the best music player out there. I want the ability to play to my computer, home stereo or other devices remotely. Bluetooth is a nice feature but its nothing compared to dlna and screen mirroring integration. Thanks, Liam
  6. 파워 앰프를 사용하면서 가장 아쉬운 점이 스마트 플레이리스트 편집 기능입니다. 아이튠즈나 플레이어 프로 앱처럼, 유저가 태그나 통계 기반의 여러 조건을 조합해서 자신만의 플레이리스트를 만들 수 있으면 좋겠습니다. 개발자분들도 이미 잘 알고 있는 부분이겠지만, 플레이어 프로의 스마트 플레이리스트 편집 기능은 다음과 같이 구성되어 있습니다. Smart Playlist Editor 1. Playlist name: 2. Number of songs: 3. Selected by: Random / Title / Artist / Album / Highest rating / Lowest rating / Most recently played / Least recently played / Most often played / Least often played / Most recently added / Least recently added 4. Match: All of the following rules / Any of the following rules 5. Rule1: a-b-c a. title/album/artist/genre/file path - b. contains/does not contain/is/is not/starts with/ends with - c. _____ a. duration/year rating/play count/skip count - b. is/is not/is greater/is less - c._____ a. date added/date modified/last played - b. is after/is before/is in the last/is not in the last - c. _____ Rule2: ~~ Rule3: ~~ Rule4....... 아, 그리고 평점과 통계 내보내기 및 공유하기 기능과 dlna 지원도 추가되면 좋겠습니다.
  7. I love Poweramp, by far the best app to listen to music on my Android. Lately I've found myself streaming my music to speakers a lot more than I used to and I feel many more people are moving this way as well. Which now leaves me with a problem, I've found myself switching to Double Twist to airplay my music to my xbox and apple TV's and then switching back to Poweramp when listening on my headphones. I love Poweramp much more than Double Twist and I would much prefer to keep Poweramp as my only audio player. So any wireless audio integration to use Poweramp would be greatly appreciated.
  8. Hi all, I cant' stress this feature request more. Currently we listen to music by playing FLAC audio files on our SD cards via Logitech bluetooth audio adapters into yamaha pianocraft stereos in different rooms. Poweramp is the only player that does our music any justice. (love the player) But of couse we quickly come up against SD card storage space. (especialy using FLAC audio files) which is very limiting. I have been trying to find a way to play our music files from a NAS connected to our network. Some players do this with ease. I tried BubbleUPNP which happily plays FLAC from our NAS but lacks the audio control and finese of Poweramp. (it just does not sound as good). I quess this is mainly a limitation for those who want CD quality audio or above playing through their android device. I have also tried higher resolution audio through power amp to test its limitaions (96khz 2030kbs) but end up with background crackle. In saying that quite happy with 44.1khz. Anyone else feel the need for NAS playback? I am starting to beileive its a vital feature. Or is it just me that needs this?