Not sure, maybe look here:
Ok, thank you jonaski for your reply on:
So pulse audio is blocking palyback. My solution:
I created two Desktop-Shortcuts with two scritps behind. Script one pulse-stop.sh:
#!/bin/bash systemctl --user mask pulseaudio.socket systemctl --user stop pulseaudio.service
#!/bin/bash systemctl --user unmask pulseaudio.socket systemctl --user start pulseaudio.service
So when I want to play audio in Strawberry, I click the stop-pulse-button and when I'm finished, I press the start-pulse-button. Not perfect but works
I'm using strawberry with debian stable and an external USB audio device. So now when Firefox is running (no video turned on), I get this error message in strawberry:
../ext/alsa/gstalsasink.c(869): gst_alsasink_open (): /GstBin:audiobin/GstAlsaSink:pipeline-5-alsasink: Device 'hw:1,0' is busy
In the backend settings under "device" it is set to the usb audio device (not automatically select) and under "output" it is set to "Output to a sound card via ALSA" (in order to have the best possible audio quality)
So only if I close firefox, strawberry is working. but that is not a good solution...
Does anybody of you know a solution?
Who was the developer of the android app for Clementine? Maybe it is possible to persuade the developer to come to the Strawberry project...
in Amarok 1.4 it was possible to even combine AND- and OR-queries in Dynamic Playlists. So for example:
These three queries in combination:
-Genre contains "electronic" AND
-Rating higher than 4 AND
-Year is before 1979
And in addition this one OR-query
-Comment contains "Party"
I think this is very practical to have....