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 ...
Introduction This document is meant to serve as a technical reference to Roon's metadata model. Roon models your metadata in an object graph. This means that there are a set of objects--such as albums, tracks, performers, performances, compositions, ...
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 ...
File Tag Best Practice
Achieving Great Results From File Tagging Roon and file tags Roon has always read a significant amount of information from your file tags. Along with track timings, Roon uses tag information, such as your album and track titles, artist names, unique ...
The Basics Roon imports your iTunes playlists by reading a file that iTunes can generate, called an XML. This will work as long as your XML is stored in the same folder as your media. If you've already generated the XML and configured Roon to "watch" ...