Hi, i was wondering if it’s possible to add the recorded audio folder (maybe inside library section) for grabbing recordings directly from webconf instead of manipulating ftp clients…
Recording directly to the SD card is not recommended, as it could easily end with a corrupted SD card if the systems crashes or if it’s unplugged while recording. The recording system will detect if an USB memory-stick is plugged and will try to use it for recording. If it’s not present, it will use this folder:
You can take a look to this script for better understanding of how it works:
I didn’t say the word “SD card”…I swear … internal memory it’s enough for quick inspiration recordings. I agree. My suggestion was just related to local folder…
could be useful a function “delete recordings” on this webconf section, over the ability to download them
but fernando did for a reason.
He knows me…I didn’t kmow that an usb stick would be considered.
Furthermore i will implement the option to delete files.
Zynthian needs a good user’s guide, i know that.
A guide with detailed description of every feature, screenshot captures of every menu, and some video… It’s a pitty that we have’t a decent one, and it’s my fault. Y prefer developing over writing documentation
But i don’t forget it and i hope it will change very soon
What about Glenn?
Should it only be online or locally stored as well?
So that you can read it (linked from webconf), when zynthian is not online.
Glenn has made a HUGE work in the wiki, documenting many features of Zynthian, including the UI and webconf. It’s a great base, but it’s not complete and it’s my fault because i have not given enough feedback to him. I must dedicate some time to revise carefully the current documentation, fix and complete. But i’m lazy with this kind of tasks … and it should change …
I think that on-line is OK, but should be available in PDF format too. Perhaps we could have a “compact user’s guide” specially thought for printing. Currently the “workflow” diagrams are very well suited for that.
I feel your pain