First thanks for the UPNP renderer function. Would it be much work to make it an OpenHome renderer, so the playlists are stored on the renderer and one can youse multiple devices to control the playback?
I’d also like to have a Soundseeder DLNA renderer or alternatively a Soundseeder server (with web interface) – or just let one Soundseeder app control another.
My current setup looks like this:
– Android device with BubbleUPNP as renderer connected to the speakers
– BubbleUPNP server on a Debian server to convert the renderer in an OpenHome renderer (so the playlists are stored on the renderer)
– multiple Android devices with BubbleUPNP as controllers
– either one of the Android devices or the Debian server with minidlna as media server
With this I can start some music playing with my cellphone, shut it down and alter the playlist with the tablet (a similar approach would be Volumio/mpd, but it’s queue management is craptastic). What I’m missing is multiroom support.
With Soundseeder, multiroom works great, but I have to use one and only one Device to control the music (at least with good queue management, thanks!), but I may not have it with me at all times.