Could not find any results using just the word “cast” or “play on” or “streaming” so I am posting a new topic.
I have this issue where I can not see my castable devices on the network if Equalify is installed. I know it will not effect the cast devices but would be nice to still be able to cast from my computer without the EQ turning on. The current work around I have found is to open it on my phone, connect to my cast device, then open it on the computer and it will disable Equalify as I want it to and then show me my network cast devices. Is there a way to add this as a feature to allow the network cast devices to be shown and just disable Equalify if one is selected?
Windows 10 Ent x64 LTSC
Google Home and Chromecast Audio
220.127.116.116.g416cacf1 (Just updated today before I posted this)
Equalify Pro version
1.4.7 (Just updated today before I posted this)
Any special software or hardware you might have installed:
Anything else that can be useful or is related to audio processing on your system
As said above, I can force it to work if I cast from my phone first then open the desktop app on the computer but I can not get it to register them if I open on the computer first. Everything is on the same VLAN and I also have all the multicast ports listed by Google and Spotify open on the firewall appliance to allow non-discriminant forwarding internally and externally to the Google and Spotify servers as well as internal devices on the network. It does this regardless of LAN / WLAN connection used. I can even get the devices to register when my phone is on Data and not WiFi. The only way I have found to get it to work again is to uninstall Equalify but I DONT want to do that for when I actually do need to use it on an AUX line.