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Subject: Re: bug: playing back long recordings
From: Chris Holt (amiga2k_at_cox.net)
Date: 2003-05-18


On Sun, 18 May 2003 22:16:26 +0200, Martin Borus wrote:
>Am 18 May 2003 um 15:20 hat Chris Holt geschrieben:
>
>>Is there no appropriate place to split these recordings? MP3DirectCut
>>should be able to handle these files with no problem and if you could
>>cut them into smaller sections, then you could fix up each section.
>>
>>Chris
>
>Thanks for all the suggestions - still they don't solve the problem that
>with the current firmware it is not possible to forward in an extralong
>recording that has just been made with the jukebox without fixing it on
>a PC first.
>
>Regarding mp3directcut: I use this software to cut my recordings. Alas
>it has a problem with the frame errors in most long recordings so to get
>a long file to play I would have to
>
>1. upload it onto my PC 2. run MP3fixer over it to remove faulty frames
>3. cut it with Mp3directcut's autosplit feature 4. vbrfix all the cut
>bits 5. re-transfer the files to the jukebox
>
>You probably agree that this is way to much trouble when all you want is
>to record satellite radio overnight so you can hear it once at work or
>in the car -
>falling back to an older daily build might be a better idea for me until
>this problem is gone...
>
>Martin

Yes, agreed. I was obviously unaware of your intended use. Sounds
pretty cool, timeshifting sat radio and all. :)

Chris



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