piCorePlayer Releases

pCP Team 10 July 2021 pCP 8.0.0

piCorePlayer 1.18

pCP Team 7 October 2014

These two new I2S audio DACs are also working fine with piCorePlayer 1.18 on the original Raspberry Pi B. (but you will need to solder the P5 connector to your Raspberry Pi B). Audiophonics - DAC PCM5102 I2S DAC 32bit/384Khz Raspberry Pi <img src="http://www.audiophonics.fr/img/cms/products/8884/8884_audiophonics_dac_I2S_rapsberry_1.jpg" class="img-fluid" alt="" title=""/> Audiophonics I-Sabre DAC ES9023 Raspberry Pi/I2S <img src="http://www.audiophonics.fr/7853-thickbox_default/audiophonics-dac-sabre-es9023-I2S-vers-analogique-24bit192khz-v20.jpg" class="img-fluid" alt="" title=""/> In order to use these cards in piCorePlayer 1.18 you will have to use the HiFiBerryor Sabre ES9023 setting on the [Squeezelite Settings] page:

piCorePlayer 1.18_

pCP Team 7 October 2014

piCorePlayer 1.18 supports the new Raspberry Pi B+ with the new audio DAC+ cards from HiFiBerryand IQaudIO. These cards have the advantage that you simply connect the audio cards to the new connector present on the Raspberry Pi B+ cards. So soldering is not needed any more. IQaudIO PI-DAC+ HiFiBerryDAC+ HiFiBerryDigi+ In order to use any of these cards you simply choose the correct I2S card+ from the drop-down list on the “Squeezelite settings” page in the piCorePlayer web-browser:

piCorePlayer 1.18__

pCP Team 30 September 2014

Hi all. Greg and I have been working hard on this version, so I hope you like it. Changes Build on kernel 3.16.3 at the time when 24 bit support still was present. Support the same I2S-DACs as previous versions on the original Raspberry Pi B (thanks to JackofAll for his advice). Supports the new Raspberry Pi B+ with HiFiBerryDAC+ and Digi+ cards. Supports the new IQaudIO+ card as well. Fixed the upsample problem.

piCorePlayer 1.17a

pCP Team 24 August 2014

A new bug fixed version is ready: piCorePlayer 1.17a Changes The physical MAC address was not shown in [Squeezelite settings] web page. The timezone changes was not saved. Update to latest Triode’s Squeezelite player resulted in a wrong version. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen

piCorePlayer 1.17

pCP Team 23 August 2014

New version piCorePlayer 1.17 Development of piCorePlayer is now strengthened as Greg Erskine is part of piCorePlayer. He has rewritten all the web pages and cgi scripts. Changes Kernel is the same as piCorePlayer 1.16a, but firmware files are updated so you can use it on your Raspberry Pi B+. New tweaks Change password for piCorePlayer. Select time zone. If you have used ALSA mixer via ssh, then you can “use custom ALSA settings” on the [Tweaks] page, and your custom ALSA settings will remembered and used after each reboot.

piCorePlayer 1.16

pCP Team 8 June 2014

Please try the new piCorePlayer 1.16. I’m happy to announce that this will be the last time you will have to burn piCorePlayer to your SD card, as in the future you can update your system without needing access to your Raspberry Pi. In-situ Update is now possible for future updates. From the main web page you can now check for newer versions of piCorePlayer and update without having access to your piCorePlayer.

piCorePlayer 1.15e

pCP Team 7 May 2014

Hi Now I think we have nailed the problem with the latest USB development. In piCorePlayer 1.15e the USB audio is now as good as with piCorePlayer 1.15c and the I2S audio cards problems and the analog audio is fixed as well. So please try piCorePlayer 1.15e. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen

piCorePlayer 1.15d

pCP Team 4 May 2014

Sorry for the disaster with the piCorePlayer 1.15c - It played very well using USB - but I did not test anything else - and as you all know it was inferior in all other aspects. So I’m removing it from download. So please go to piCorePlayer 1.15d. Changes kernel updated to 3.14.2 with the latest USB-fixes, it plays via USB at least as good as the 1.15c version. Analog audio is working.

piCorePlayer 1.15c

pCP Team 1 May 2014

Please use the new version: piCorePlayer 1.15c. Changes Improved memory flow in the Raspberry Pi kernel and firmware now enabling DMA_CMA. The problem was that when the USB DMA engine fetches data for transfer, chunks of old 32-byte data get transmitted, resulting in crackling USB audio. Now High-speed isochronous transactions should be accelerated as well - so those of you with USB DACs that had problems, please try this version and report your findings.

piCorePlayer 1.15b

pCP Team 28 April 2014

Please try the new version: piCorePlayer 1.15b. I really hope those of you having trouble with your USB cards will find this version better. Changes Updated the Raspberry Pi firmware to the so-called “Next” branch which should help fixing USB audio problems. Added these start-up command to the cmdline.txt file which enable the new USB driver: dwc_otg.fiq_enable=1 dwc_otg.fiq_fsm_enable=1 dwc_otg.fiq_fsm_mask=0x1 Unfortunately I was unable to use dwc_otg.fiq_fsm_mask=0x7, which should help High-speed isochronous acceleration - it produced constant crackling noise using USB audio.
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