Bryston app that comes with the IP address displays art work of the album cover. MPoD on my iPhone does not. On my iPhone I find mpod to be easier to navigate through except the radio stations Bryston app is king there.
I then copied "music" file only so I didn't drag movies etc over. The only issue and I'm sure someone will have answer is my songs are out of order for that album. Not all I found if the were tagged as track 01-02 etc then they are in order. I'm sure that's a easy fix. This album art adding a jpg file etc I still don't get because all the album work is there via Bryston app.
Anyone know how to get tracks back in proper order.
This is so slick but I see what everyone talks about a iPad or mini would be easier to navigate but I'm not having any issues.
On the MPoD album art issue... MPD apps (MPoD, MPaD or Soundirock) will want a "folder.jpg" in each album's folder for the album art. The Bryston web interface generates these from the artwork embedded in the actual music file.
For the former, if you are using iTunes in a Mac, can be autogenerated using this:http://dougscripts.com/itunes/scripts/ss.php?sp=savealbumart
What you can do is create a "Smartplaylist" in iTunes that contains track #1 for each album in your collection. Then, select that playlist and invoke the above script, which will export a "folder.jpg" for each album into the album's folder.
For the latter issue, tracks playing back out of order, this is exactly the same issue I had with AIFF when using the Bryston web interface (Manic Moose). I've reported the issue a number of times, but I am not aware of any way to fix the problem. This was why I asked the question: how are things working out with AIFF.
But, it sounds like you have a good experience, other than these two issues. Glad to hear.