Would love to see music support added to Infuse. In particular I’m looking for 5.1 capability, which isn’t supported by Apple Music. Yes, these ripped FLACs can be played by my Sony Receiver or by VLC app on ATV4k, but neither supports gapless playback and as I’m listening to a lot of prog-rock and metal, where tracks run into each other, it’s really annoying.
Seems such a basic feature and yet nobody offers it - Plex does, allegedly, but the 5.1 only plays 2.0, Emby the same, it’s hopeless…
Hope you can add this, surely can’t be that difficult???
Long time Infuse user (since AppleTV2). I would absolutely love a good music player on AppleTV, I have not found one. Infuse on AppleTV2 did support music and was great. They decided not to support music on AppleTV4 onwards, why I might be the extra work but since most codecs are already in the app and the heavy lifting of GUI etc is done It might be a very good idea to for them to re-look in to it as the app has been fairly static.
Why there isn’t a music player, except VLC, is beyond comprehension. Almost like Apple is paying companies for not doing it.
On Windows that are 1000’s of them.
And 1000’s of video/media players, and don’t know a single of them that don’t also play music files.
There are also many on iPhone…
Firecore - You doesn’t need to set the bar so high, just play files, playlists and show embedded or jpg files as covers.
iOS is lacking both a decent music app featuring last.fm scrobbling (like trakt) and apart from VLC, which is delisted at the minute anyway, there is no (decent) app that you can transfer music to outside of iTunes (or downloading directly on the device), which as I’d like to use Linux from now on, would be great.
Seems like two decent markets could be met with what I suppose could just be a reskinned Infuse.
I actually thought Infuse already did this so was slightly disappointed to find that it didn’t once I went Pro. The website is rather ambiguous about this because it states support for DLNA and all the various audio formats. It is rather unusual to have video files which have FLAC or OGG audio tracks and so I assumed it could stream music, especially as the albums and tracks are listed when browsing the server.
Adding streaming music playback would make Infuse a much more comple product and shouldn’t be too hard to implement.
Just wanted to know would you ever consider branching out into a music app?
I am a HUGE fan of Infuse and would love if you created a similar app but for music. My IT knowledge may be poor but I am sure you could leverage off of the existing software already in place with Infuse and extend it to music? The music app options currently available for apple tv are very poor so would be a great opportunity.