Rockbox mail archiveSubject: AW: Delay between tracks (was: Just a short question)
AW: Delay between tracks (was: Just a short question)
From: Danjel Ilisin <d.ilisin_at_web.de>
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 10:30:22 +0200
Well this is the only feature that hinders me from switching permanently
to rockbox :-O
This seems to be the part that causes the delay:
/* skip past id3v2 tag (to an even byte) */
id3tags[tag_read_idx]->id3.id3v2len & ~1,
So i just have to finetune the getid3v2len() function, right?
Can't be that difficult :) Scanning for the 1st mp3 frame right
after the V2 tag and adjusting "offset" according to scan result.
Uninstalling Winamp? Hmm, will think about it. If you show me a
windows player that is as versatile as Winamp.
Von: owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se] Im
Auftrag von Nielsen Linus (ext)
Gesendet: Montag, 16. September 2002 10:22
Betreff: RE: Delay between tracks (was: Just a short question)
> This is funny :)
You think so? :-)
> I ripped the big mp3 with EAC (exact audio copy).
> Then i split up the mp3 with mp3 trackmaker. Mp3
> Trackmaker only creates ID3V1 tags on the cutted
> tracks. The IDV2 Tags i had to set manually with
> Winamp v2.x...
OK, so Winamp is to blame.
> And you're right - mp3check tells me too, that there
> is junk between the header and the stream data.
So don't add V2 tags with Winamp.
> Maybe one of the programs uses a predefined size for
> the IDV2 area (like 2k or 4k or so?)
Winamp probably did that. Punish it by uninstalling it. :-)
> So is this aligning-feature difficult to implement in rockbox?
Yes and no. It is not that hard, but it will add some complexity and CPU
usage. Just to handle silly ID3V2 tag editors...
Received on 2002-09-16
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