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Idea: Pi HDMI Output other than webgui
#1
hello

would be nice to customize a HDMI Output which would be different then the WebGUI.

As example i have a 7“ LCD Display - joy-it and my Pi is conected to my Hi Fi so not to close to where i sit.

Would be nice just to output
Bigger CD Cover
Bigger Titel Name
keep the Countdonw wheel

remove the playlist, remove the loudness controlle

But the Web GUI should be as it is

have a nice day
vinc
Raspberry Pi3B+ --> HiFiBerry DAC+ PRO --> Cyrus | Pre - Pre Amplifier --> D. Klimo | Kent monoblocks --> Piega | Piega LDR 8.2
Raspberry Pi3B+ --> HiFiBerry AMP2 --> Visaton FRS 8 30W 4Ω
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#2
Did you try the coverview ?
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#3
did not know it - but yes it start to be a bit better.
Bigger size of the text would be nice too
Raspberry Pi3B+ --> HiFiBerry DAC+ PRO --> Cyrus | Pre - Pre Amplifier --> D. Klimo | Kent monoblocks --> Piega | Piega LDR 8.2
Raspberry Pi3B+ --> HiFiBerry AMP2 --> Visaton FRS 8 30W 4Ω
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#4
I think that the minimal interface is great.

Just Coverart, Elapsed time, Artist - Track title.

Iwonder if it's possible to add also: Encoder, bitrate and frequency 

Something like this (very quick and rough photoshop, sorry) 

Could you do something about that @Tim Curtis


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#5
The key word is "minimal". If we start adding things it becomes cluttered.
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#6
(12-02-2020, 10:03 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: The key word is "minimal". If we start adding things it becomes cluttered.

You're absolutely right. 

I simply asked if it would be possible to add just the line with the filetype/bitrate/frequency.

Or, alternatively, to know wich is the file to modify in order to get only that modification.

Thanks @Tim Curtis for your big effort!
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#7
Hi,

is it possible to switch off the startup sources in the screen when HDMI is used?

Thanks
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#8
(01-04-2021, 03:42 PM)Jempie Wrote: Hi,

is it possible to switch off the startup sources in the screen when HDMI is used?

Thanks

Not really on the topic, but this thread has some info:
http://moodeaudio.org/forum/showthread.p...ght=splash
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