And I guess the player just plays what it is > > given. On my > SB FLAC files are transcoded to WAV (since it's wired, I have no bitrate > limiting) and on my SB2 they are played natively. If I test the FLAC files with the FLAC frontend app downloaded from sourceforge.net, the version of the file ripped by dbpowerAMP tests OK. Mystery solved. navigate here
And so when transcoding, the stream to the > > player > > ends at that point, and it goes to the next track. > > > > But when I'm Last edit: UNHchabo 2014-04-26 If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Donner - 2014-04-30 This is the reply Sorry to spam the list prematurely! This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.
If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Karol - 2006-11-15 Logged In: YES user_id=1215628 Originator: YES I have Can you accomplish this with WinAmp? (BTW-The non-beta Flac codec for dMC, the one available through Codec Central, is version 5.2, not 5.3 (although both are based on Flac 1.1.2); but Finally, when I run metaflac as suggested, I get the result: harmony.flac: ERROR: reading metadata, status = "FLAC_METADATA_CHAIN_STATUS_NOT_A FLAC_FILE" I have posted all of this on the Roxio site as well. Please don't fill out this field.
Reply With Quote 11-13-2005,08:39 AM #4 xoas View Profile View Forum Posts dBpoweramp Guru Join Date Apr 2002 Location Durham, NC Posts 2,671 Re: Problems with FLAC files It is interesting So it keeps sending data to the player past the point of this error. FareChase: Search multiple travel sites in one click. In this case please submit a bug report to http://sourceforge.net/bugs/?func=addbug&group_id=13478 Make sure to include an email contact in the comment and/or use the "Monitor" feature to monitor the bug status. -----end-----
Turns out it was 1.1.1. I'm going to write a program to run "flac -t" on every file in my library, to see if there are any other bad files lurking in there. Hope this helps and is resolvable for 2.5.x ----- Original Message ----- From: Russell Samuels To: 'teknojnky' Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 3:06 PM Subject: RE: 126.96.36.1996 and flac https://sourceforge.net/p/flac/support-requests/69/ However, corruption happening > with a lot of files, all in the last few percent, that cannot be > coincidence.
Can you accomplish this with Flac FrontEnd? I then feed that to the decoder and save the resulting array it writes. I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. This is free software, and you arewelcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.
YAY! flac-1.1.3 with the -F option does manage to recover ~91% of the audio. Your real challenge, as I understand it, is to try to create Flac files that you can use with EMC8. If you want more info/details on the batch file itself, check http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=50993 [^] This batch file requires FLAC.exe to be installed in the path or in the folder with the
But when I'm streaming flac, the server side has no idea that there's anything wrong with the file. I am using "reference libFLAC 1.1.2 20050205". With -F it fails in exactly the same way in every run, too. http://interskillmedia.com/general/flash-error-pg.html to my knowledge your 2800 fix applied in the same manner to both 2.5.x and 3.x which would imply that something else is responsible for the different behaviour, so I'm wondering
Does EMC8 provide any information about their Flac codec (version * especially)? The next step I'm going to try is to see if I can reproduce this using Winamp or some other media player. If I rip a file from CD to FLAC in EMC8, and then try to use dbpowerAMp to convert to another format (wma or mp3), dbpowerAMP gives me the error: The
If you are convinced it is a FLAC file, you can rerun the same command and add the -F parameter to try and recover as much as possible from the file. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. And I guess the player just plays what it is given. Type `flac' for details.Louis Armstrong - (1999) - Blow Satchmo Blow - 12 - Chicago Breakdown.flac: ***Got error code 0:FLAC__STREAM_DECODER_ERROR_STATUS_LOST_SYNCLouis Armstrong - (1999) - Blow Satchmo Blow - 12 - Chicago
I have the same problem using both 5.3 and Beta 5.3 CODECS. Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. On a side note, when I reported the issue to JRiver, they pointed out that Media Jukebox is no longer maintained, in favor of Media Center. weblink Mystery solved.
My question is, data seems to be ok, so, why this error? SVN Is updated on Both 2.5.5 Branch and MM 3.0 Current (0008640) rusty 2007-02-26 11:33 Peke's fix seems to resolve the issue. Thanks for the detailed report. -Rusty -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From: teknojnky [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 1:07 AM To: [email protected] Cc: me Subject: 188.8.131.526 and flac files/tags problem This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions.
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Sorry to spam the list prematurely! Do you have any information on the Flac tagging system used by EMC8? I have 1Mbps line, and the file is ca. 63MB so some patience might be needed. I'd assume it's > a bad FLAC file except that the SB2 has no problem with it when decoding > natively -- and I have no idea how my FLAC file
But when I'm streaming flac, the server side has no idea that there's anything wrong with the file. the 2nd file will error out on the test and fail to re-encode. All Rights Reserved. The same error occurs if I rip directly to FLAC using dmc Audio CD Input.
If the version number is not, the file may be corrupted, or you may have found a bug. the attached archive contains 3 identical flac files, one with no metadata, the other with metadata saved by mediamonkey, and the 3rd is #2 re-encoded to flac (from flac) by MM the exact errors are: Checking Vendor: "J:\Music\2) same file as 1, with tags saved by MM that can not be converted.flac" ________________________________________________________________________ reference libFLAC 1.1.2 20050205 Testing: "J:\Music\2) same