I’ve tried what you say. I synced directly to a USB drive. Then connected the USB to Denon SC6000. After open de usb drive and go to playlist, I see the playlist folders, but they are empty. Exactly the same thing that happened to me on engine desktop:
So, seems that Engine OS is reading some metadata of the USB memory, like artist name. It’s weird.
I hope this data could be helpful to solve the issue.
PD: I’ve updated Engine firmware to the latest version (2.4.0). And I’ve checked all functionalities of the engine OS works fine. Connecting to playlists directly from Beatport, or importing .wav/.mp3 tracks via USB stick
But issue is not solved. Beatport streaming tracks are empty in Engine Dj. Same issue before the update.
I’ve tryed to import all Rekordbox library to Lexicon again. The library it’s imported ok, the streaming tracks and no streaming tracks are imported to Lexicon. But when I try to sync to a memory stick and then import into Denon SC-6000, the streaming tracks are empty. Only are imported folders and playlists names but engine os show empty slots within playlists (non streaming tracks are imported ok).
I’ve tryed to import single playlist (only Beatport streaming tracks) and are empty. And I’ve tryed to sync all Rekordbox library, and occurs the same issue. I only can view in Engine non streaming tracks, but Beatport streaming tracks are empty.
Please, I need quick solution. I’ve bought Lexicon license 2 weeks ago for only this task, import Beatport Streaming tracks and it’s not working.
Can you upload the Database2 folder from the Engine device again? I know what the problem is now so I can run a fix on it and send you the database back so it should work. I’ll try and send it back asap (tomorrow morning, it’s late here now)
I can extend your subscription for free as well, no problem there.