FAQ: Will Roon alter my audio files or tags in any way when I import them?
Nope. Roon doesn't alter your music files or their metadata tags in any way. Metadata edits made in Roon are saved in your Roon database, your music files aren't modified.
The only time Roon modifies your files is when you explicitly tell us to delete music from your collection, which cannot be undone. You can find more details on removing content from your library and making permanent library deletions here.
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 ...
FAQ: Where can I find additional information about my audio files, like tags, file quality, and storage location?
You can find more information about a track anywhere in Roon by selecting it (right-click or touch and hold), clicking the three dots (•••) menu, and pressing View file Info inside of that selection menu. Here you can see the audio file's ...
Tags are a great way to organize your collection, giving you quick access to just the right music. You can tag almost anything in Roon, and it's easy to get started. Roon's Tags feature was designed to be fast, easy, and endlessly flexible. For ...
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 ...
Sometimes Roon encounters a file that looks like it should contain some audio or artwork, but is unable to import that file into your library. You can see a list of files using the "Skipped Files" feature, accessible via Settings: What is the Skipped ...
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