I started testing VOX against another music player for streaming my music collection (all FLAC files) from a QNAP NAS to my MacBook (OS X Mojave). The first attempt worked pretty well. I imported my music files via Drag&Drop (not sure though, if the import was complete, as I could see no file counter) and I could play / stream them in fantastic quality!
However, after rebooting my machine and remounting the NAS, I could still see the imported files in the VOX client, but when I tried to play them, I started received numerous error messages (one per file, it seems). Finally I had to remove the complete collection from the VOX client, import it again from the Finder via Drag&Drop to listen to it.
So my question is - is there any way to make VOX “remember” the music files / libraries, that have been imported from a NAS after reboot, so that they can just be played after mounting the NAS? This is the way the other application works that I am testing in parallel. However, I did notice the sound difference when using VOX, so I’d like to keep it, but having to import a 9000+ titles music collection each time when I want to listen to some music is a bit painful.
There was a similar post to this dated from April '17, but there was no real solution for the problem, except to use the LOOP cloud, which is currently not my intention when I just want to listen music at home from my NAS.
Did I do something wrong in my approach of using the VOX player togehter with my NAS?
Thanks in advance and best regards!