Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Recording breaks the 24h barrier / Problems
Re: Recording breaks the 24h barrier / Problems
From: Martin Borus <martin_at_borus.de>
Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 08:50:58 +0100
rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se schrieb am 16.12.02 00:14:05:
> On Mon, 16 Dec 2002 00:06:35 +0100, Martin Borus wrote:
> >It was at around 200 minutes in the first file I checked.
> OK, so it is not at the same spot every time. Last time it was at 27
I'm at work, where I have Windows XP. I checked the points
with Winamp - here they are (or Winamp thinks they are...)
202:25 - 393.683 kb
205:45 - 1.786.089kb
29:36 - 1.038.246kb
Last nights 5 hour recording plays allright.
> >What I don't understand is that the files play OK in the jukebox
> You must at least hear a glitch at the point the garbage is being
I did not hear any glitch or stop in the music. To test this I synched Winamp and
Archos and listened on the headphones and the PC Stereo until Winamp stopped...
I found a program that actually plays the files: The mp3 "viewer" of
the shareware Windows/TotalCommand plays beyond the stuck point.
> The MAS is quite tolerant to garbage in the stream. It resynchronizes
> as soon as it sees valid frames.
Hmm, do you know any mp3 splitting software that does this?
"mp3directcut" alas hangs... and "vbrfix"&"mp3surgeon" both hang
when trying to fix the files.
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Received on 2002-12-16