my music collection on my NAS is almost all FLAC, so while I would like to stream it with the DS Audio app to my phone, this would use an unfeasible amount of bandwidth. What I would ideally like is for the NAS to transcode to some other music format before sending it across the network. Ideally, the user could choose which format (or at least bitrate), or it could make an assumption based on the user's connectivity (Edge, 3G, etc).
1) Does it already doing this and am I missing it?
2) If not, could I help in writing this, for the Android client at least? I'm a Java developer with an interest in music and familiar with music compression formats, and don't think it would be difficult. Is the app open source/available to collaborate on?
Thanks in advance!
Last edited by fross
on Mon Dec 05, 2011 2:04 pm, edited 1 time in total.