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Subject: Re: mean of bookmark files' format

Re: mean of bookmark files' format

From: Magnus Holmgren <lear_at_algonet.se>
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 15:20:28 +0100

claudio capriati wrote:

> If I open a file .bmark with a text editor on my computer it shows
> like a txt file. For example a line of this file type is:
>
> 1;1212787;0;0;86756;0;0;/musica/vari/;The Beatles - Across The Universe.mp3
>
> well. there are 9 fields, the first
> is the bookmark position in the bookmark list, the 8th and 9th fields
> are path and name of file wich bookmark is linked. What is the meaning
> of other fields? shurely they say the position in to audio file but i
> don't know this format. Is there a script or procedure to convert
> these informations in to que information format
> (minutes:seconds:frames from the file's begin)? when I open a bookmark
> list on my rockbox player the time from the file's begin is written in
> minutes and seconds.

A bookmark contains the following information:

1. Playlist index
2. Resume offset (in bytes)
3. Shuffle seed
4. "First index." No longer used, always set to 0.
5. Resume time (in ms)
6. Repeat mode (see settings.h for possible values)
7. Shuffle on (1) or off (0)
8. Playlist/directory name
9. File name

   Magnus
Received on 2008-02-10


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