Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Feature request: Virtual Playlists
Re: Feature request: Virtual Playlists
From: Peter Koenig <www.access_at_my-mail.ch>
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2003 16:2:31 +0100
I think you mean something like a cuesheet support.
Cuesheet's are e.g. used for burning bi audio files in CDRWin.
I would love that, it's especially good for long DJ set's or concert recordings and stuff like this.
there is a plugin for this for winamp (mp3cue) which can be found here: http://guerillasoft.nstemp.com/mp3cue/
is that what you mean?
Than I'd vote for it, too!!!
>(Note I use the term Virtual Playlist since I couldn't find a better
>term, although I know VP is already in use for something else.)
>Some time ago, I tried to rip a CD with continuous music, and play it
>without interruptions. It turned out to be impossible when ripping
>into separate tracks -- there's always a small pause due to technical
>limitations of MP3 encoding.
>So the only solution seems to be to rip the CD in one big MP3 file.
>But then you lose the display of the tracks, and the ability to search
>for a specific piece os music.
>Then I heard something about Virtual Playlists. If I understood
>correctly (which doesn't necessarily needs to be the case) VPs would
>make it possible to 'fake' a track structure on top of a single MP3
>file, making it possible to display the right track information,
>search for tracks, and so on. A VP would be like an ordinary playlist,
>but each entry can have a starting position and length associated.
>Wouldn't this be a nice feature for Rockbox?
Received on 2003-07-14