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Subject: Re: iriver 320 Rockbox bookmark problem

Re: iriver 320 Rockbox bookmark problem

From: Mike Holden <rockbox_at_mikeholden.org>
Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2006 13:54:23 -0000 (UTC)

Paul Hopewell wrote:
> Hello,
> I am having problems with an interaqction between bookmarks and fast
> forward
> / rewind on the iriver 320, and wonder if it is a bug.
> I mostly use my iriver 320 to listen to audio books, some of which are
> large
> MP3 files of up to 100 MB per track (they are audible format 4 books
> converted to MP3 via Goldwave). I am using the version of rockbox dated 4
> October 2006.
> The problem is that fast rewind and fast forward do not work properly
> after
> I have restored a bookmark. Pressing either fast forward or fast rewind
> seems to take me to a point close to the start of the track. This problem
> only seems to happen when the restored bookmark points to a location well
> into the track (i.e. 200 or more minutes from the start of the track). If
> I
> restore a bookmark close to the start of a track then fast forward and
> fast
> rewind work OK. If I start at the beginning of a track and press fast
> forward to say 200 minutes into the track and then play the track normally
> for a bitg and then try fast forward and fast rewind then fast forward and
> fast rewind work OK (suggesting that the length of the track is not in
> itself a problem). they only fail to work after restoring a bookmark which
> points to a location well into the track.
> Can anyone caste any light on why this is happening and what I can do to
> avoid it. The only corrective action I can think of is to use Goldwaave to
> split a 100 MB track into several smaller tracks.
> Many thanks for your help.
>
> Paul Hopewell
> hopewell_at_hopewell.org.uk
>

Some problems with bookmarks and resume were fixed a bit ago. I suggest
you try a recent daily build and see if your problems are resolved - I
know some of mine were!

-- 
Mike Holden
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Received on 2006-12-06

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