FAQ: How do I set up Roon to import from my NAS?
In Settings, click Storage, then click Add Folder to display the Choose Music Storage Folder dialog...
Roon will monitor folders for new music. Your files are left in the folder and won't be copied or modified in any way unless you explicitly choose to add or remove them from your library.
Click the Add Network Share link and in the Add Network Share dialog, enter the path to your networked folder, then type in your username and password. You may also need to type something (likely 'workgroup') into the Workgroup field, depending on your configuration.
Then, just press Add Network Share, followed by Select This Folder and your import should begin.
On OS X, watched folders which are over the network must be mounted using SMB, not AFP.
FAQ: What's the best way to configure my NAS for Roon?
If your media storage or backup location isn't directly connected to your Core machine, you'll need to add that location over the network. Whether you're using a NAS, Windows, or Mac machine for storage, adding these locations is easy as long as ...
FAQ: How do I set up my NAS in Roon?
In Settings, click Storage, then click Add Folder. Roon will monitor folders for new music. Your files are left in the folder and won't be copied or modified in any way unless you explicitly choose to add or remove them from your library. In the Add ...
Overview Roon's Import Settings provide control over how Roon handles your music files. When you modify import settings, Roon re-evaluates each file in your library taking the new settings into account. This approach allows for the settings to be ...
Roon Server on NAS
To get a faster, more reliable Roon experience, we recommend moving away from networked file systems in favor of local storage. For a fully turnkey Roon Core with space for internal storage, check out Nucleus by Roon Labs. Roon Server requires a more ...
FAQ: Where can I set a crossfade?
How To Configure Crossfade You can set a crossfade of 0-10 seconds from the Zone Picker. Click the current zone on the right side of the bottom bar, then in the pop-up window click the speaker icon followed by the gearwheels icon to display the Zone ...
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