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Subject: Re: expanding 400 song directory for dummies
From: Chris Holt (amiga2k_at_cox.net)
Additional RAM is needed and this decreases the buffer size which
increases disk use and consequently decreases battery life and increases
the chance of skipping.
A side benefit of having things organized is being able to find particular
tracks quickly. Assuming your filenames are Artist - Title.mp3 or some
variation of, how quickly could you scroll down to Madonna - Like a
Virgin.mp3 in a directory of 700 tracks, vs. navigating to
/Music/Pop/Madonna/ wherein you find maybe 20 or 30 tracks? Or even a
step further to add another level for albums?
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 11:34:31 -0400, matthew wood wrote:
> thanks for your help. when you say to consider organizing the music
> differently, does that mean that is undesirable to expand the directory
> capacity? if so, what consequences or drawbacks are there? thanks
> again, woody
>> From: scott <die_pokemon_die123_at_yahoo.com>
>> Reply-To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
>> To: rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se
>> Subject: Re: expanding 400 song directory for dummies
>> Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 19:57:32 -0700 (PDT)
>> --- matthew wood <matthewpatrickwood_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
>>> i've read the post about directories, but i'm technically very
>>> would really like to expand the size my directories beyond 400
>>> songs. i simply don't understand what exactly needs to be done... i
>>> don't get it. installing rockbox stretched the limits of my
>>> technical abilities. can i
>>> a simpleton's guide to expanding the directories starting w/pushing
>>> button? thanks, woody
>> seriously, think really hard about just organizing your music better.
>> if you're sure you don't want to, these are the directions: 1. press
>> F1 to go to the menu
>> 2. press down until you get to 'general settings' then press right 3.
>> press down until you get to 'system' then press right 4. press down
>> until you get to 'max files in dir...' then press right 5. press up
>> to taste
>> this assumes you have a recorder or FMR, and you are using a daily
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