2K Club - QQ Super Nova
- Mar 2, 2002
This can be useful to know, maybe you already have a working remote control for the Odroid on a drawer, as i had... these do works directly without anything to configure.
1) Possible, but you need to work it out well:Two quick questions if I may (I can elaborate later on):
1) I have a PS3 remote control lying around - could I possibly use it for Odroid? I happen to have a bluetooth dongle that is working fine with a Microsoft mouse already, no setting up needed, and I suppose that using BlueZ could be a way, but that's it for me now trying on my own.
2) One of my favourite features is rating tracks and creating playlists on the fly. Now, is there an easy way to make the rating permanent (to tag on the fly)? Once I'm forced to re-route my HDD source, they're gone. (I'm currently using Yatse app remote control.)
You can create playlists on the fly using one of the Kodi smartphone or tablet app (Android or iOS). You can probably do it with a remote control but I’ve never used that feature with a remote.2) One of my favourite features is rating tracks and creating playlists on the fly. Now, is there an easy way to make the rating permanent (to tag on the fly)? Once I'm forced to re-route my HDD source, they're gone. (I'm currently using Yatse app remote control.)
Thanks, got it (missed it before):I use the Kodi Music Remote Pro app on my iPad. It’s fantastic for creating and modifying the current playlist. You can also jump to various websites for the current artist or album. It shows the data on the iPad while Kodi continues to play its playlist. This app also allows you to insert tracks at end or next in playlist, change order, add ant entire album etc. There’s a demo I did here in this sub-forum on QQ.
I was just looking at this thread as I’ve ordered a new Odroid C4 to use as a media player (cheaper than the N2 but a little slower). I’ll do a new thread on set up once it arrives.I'm using as a test drive a thumbdrive with three mch album:
one that has the correct tags ONLY in the cue, so if it loads the tags from the separate tracks it's very clear
one that is a cue+single big file (that doesn't show the folder.jpg cover too)
one that is a compilation album in which the cue has the correct album infos and the single tracks have their original-album-sourced infos.