• Hello
    First, thanks for such a good music player for Linux.

    And directly to the question. I'm using my TIDAL account to stream through the strawberry, and it works very good, but I can't find a way to access my playlists already saved on TIDAL.

    I tried to add a playlist shared link through the option Playlists > Add stream... but I got a message saying that a gstreamer plugin is missing. So I went to my package manager (yast on openSUSE) and installed all the gstreamer-plugin* except devel and debug, but it didn't solve the error.

    I don't now if I'm using it in the wrong way, or a plugin is really missing, or even if this feature is not implemented yet.

    Already grateful, and congrats for the development of strawberry


  • It's not supported yet.


  • @jonas

    according to https://github.com/strawberrymusicplayer/strawberry/releases/tag/0.8.5

    it says "Add command line option to play a playlist based on name."

    i assume this doesn't work with tidal correct?

    any timeline for that feature? i'm lazy so i love the curated playlist features on tidal.

    many thanks for the amazing software!!!

    EDIT: tried
    strawberry -l https://tidal.com/browse/playlist/65670802-cc24-4eee-879a-ce034e318d61

    and got "Your GStreamer installation is missing a plug-in."

    nice to see i can fail as well as the OP did 😜


  • I personally download the Tidal playlists using AudFree Tidal Music Converter and then add them to Strawberry to listen. Very simple. And also, I can play the downloaded Tidal content on any other device besides Strawberry.