piCorePlayer Releases

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pCP Team 4 February 2014

piCorePlayer 1.11c is ready… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Fixed the bug with not saving the HOST name after a reboot. Fixed a few other not saving bugs. Fixed a few graphical glitches. Note #piCorePlayer 1.11 is still only able to play up to 48kHz via HDMI - I’m looking into this and hope to fix it soon. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 3 February 2014

piCorePlayer 1.11b is ready - it is the same as piCorePlayer 1.11 with some bugs have been dealt with… get it from the Downloads section. Changes # Now saves all your changes. Now Squeezelite reliable starts after a reboot. Now the overclocking options are saved and used. All options are used (the codec selection was not used before). The reboot page has been changed, in order to avoid accidental reboot. The pages will refresh when using the “back” button in your browser, so your selected options are shown.
pCP Team 1 February 2014

Hi all. I have a new version ready… get it from the Downloads section. It is piCorePlayer 1.11. It is a major rework as it now has a build in web server, so you can control the settings via your browser. Simply use the IP address of the Raspberry Pi and port number 8077. Something like 192.168.1.24:8077 And then it should be fairly simple to change the settings of your player.
pCP Team 4 January 2014

piCorePlayer 1.10 is ready. Hi all, I’m happy to announce a new version of piCorePlayer, which is a major improvement over previous versions. It is build on cutting edge linux kernel 3.12.6 which have support for I2S-connections. That means that you will be able to let the DAC communicate directly with the Raspberry Pi. There are already a few I2S DACs available, however at the moment piCorePlayer only support the HiFiBerryDAC, you can read more about HiFiBerry.
pCP Team 21 November 2013

piCorePlayer 1.09 is ready. IMPORTANT (22 November 2013) #The first version of piCorePlayer 1.09 was corrupted - please download again. Changes # Thanks to Ralphy you can now play WMA ald ALAC audio files, and possibly do upsampling on piCorePlayer as well. libfaad, libffmpeg and libsoxr are now included and enabled together with Ralphy’s Squeezelite which is compiled with support of upsampling using the libsoxr resampling library. This allows Squeezelite to upsample the output to the highest sample rate supported by the output device.
pCP Team 11 November 2013

piCorePlayer 1.08 is ready. Changes # Stupid mistake from my side (I forgot to include the libmad package, so no MP3 support). The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 10 November 2013

piCorePlayer 1.07 is ready. Changes # Updated kernel to rpi-linux-3.11.5 Better picoreplayer script, so now it is much easier to change the Squeezelite settings, like name etc - and you can see what the current settings are. More Wifi adapters are supported (I think that most the Ralink adapters are working now). Better Wifi script (thanks to Randy McEuen who made it possible to save non-protected Wifi’s as well). The new version is larger than usual, as this has been requested by many who wanted to add extra packages to the piCorePlayer.
pCP Team 31 July 2013

piCorePlayer 1.06 is now ready. I have disabled the automatic resampling in ALSA (the Dmix option), so now it play 44.1kHz and 48kHz audio with the correct sample rate. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 30 July 2013

piCorePlayer 1.05 is now ready. It plays all sample rates from 44.1 to 192kHz via HDMI. Please use this string if you use HDMI: -a ::32:0 I have included rt2800.bin, so hopefully more Wifi devices are supported. I have updated ALSA to version 1.0.27.2. The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
pCP Team 24 July 2013

piCorePlayer 1.03 is now able to handle both low resolution (44.1/16) as well as high resolution (192/16) via HDMI (I hope). The pCP Team Paul, Greg, Ralphy and Steen
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