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Mopidy-Raspberry-GPIO

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Mopidy extension for GPIO input on a Raspberry Pi

Installation

Ensure Mopidy has access to GPIO:

sudo usermod -a -G gpio mopidy

Make sure you have the RPi.GPIO library installed:

sudo apt install python3-rpi.gpio

Install by running:

python3 -m pip install Mopidy-Raspberry-GPIO

Or, if available, install the Debian/Ubuntu package from apt.mopidy.com.

Configuration

Before starting Mopidy, you must add configuration for Mopidy-Raspberry-GPIO to your Mopidy configuration file:

[raspberry-gpio]
enabled = true
bcm5 = play_pause,active_low,250
bcm6 = prev,active_low,250
bcm16 = next,active_low,250
bcm21 = volume_down,active_low,10,rotenc_id=vol,step=1
bcm20 = volume_up,active_low,10,rotenc_id=vol,step=1

Each bcmN entry corresponds to the BCM pin of that number.

You must assign an event, mode and bouncetime (ms) to your desired pins.

Supported events:

  • play_pause
  • volume_up
  • volume_down
  • next
  • prev

Supported modes:

  • active_low - configures the pin with a pull-up and triggers when it reads 0/low (RECOMMENDED)
  • active_high - configures the pin as a pull-down and triggers when it reads 1/high

Events volume_up and volume_down both support an (optional) "step" option, which controls the amount (in percent) that the volume is adjusted with each button press.

Eg:

[raspberry-gpio]
enabled = true
bcm5 = play_pause,active_low,250
bcm6 = volume_down,active_low,250,step=1
bcm16 = next,active_low,250
bcm20 = volume_up,active_low,250,step=1

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