Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: voice bookmarks (was Re: Setting time and date...)
Re: voice bookmarks (was Re: Setting time and date...)
From: Benjamin <mailinglists_at_samuraipanda.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 07:28:14 -0800
I read, just not that often :-).
Bookmark files fall into two categories. The first is file (M3u) or directory
specific. This type of bookmark is created in the same directory as the
currently playing file or directory. In other words, if I'm playing
/music/foo.m3u and I do a 'Create Bookmarks', a file called
/music/foo.m3u.bmark is going to be created. This will happen no matter where
you are at in the m3u list. This will also happen if you are playing a song
from a directory, i.e. pressing 'Create Bookmark' while listening
/music/foo2/song.mp3 will create a bookmark called /music/foo2.bmark. This is
because Rockbox plays individual songs by creating a playlist of the directory
the song is in. In either case, 'Load Bookmark' and 'Create Bookmark' will
look at the information for the currently playing track or m3u, and generate
the name of the bookmark file to create or load. If nothing is playing, the
file name can't be created.
The other category is the 'Most Recent Bookmarks'. This is a list of the 10
most recently created bookmarks across the Rockbox, regardless of the where it
was created. This was my 'lazy man's' way of accessing bookmarks without
having to navigate down sub-directories to load a bookmark file and is
accessible from the bookmark menus. This bookmark file always has the same
name (/.rockbox/recent.bmark), so it can be loaded at any time.
Hope this makes sense and clears up the usage.
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From: "[IDC]Dragon" <idc-dragon_at_gmx.de>
To: Rockbox development <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 12:08:26 +0200 (MEST)
Subject: Re: voice bookmarks (was Re: Setting time and date...)
> > >Pause is technically the same as playing, with the only difference that
> > >no
> > >data is pumped. So with our current "infrastructure", no other sounds
> > >while
> > >playing/paused. You need to be stopped.
> > OK, no problem, but, would it be possible at least to implement the
> > "set bookmark" funtion in stop? afterall a bookmark is kept for the
> > resume feature, it would be enough to copy that index to a bookmark.
> Benjamin, do you read?
> > Joerg, what about a beep while recording? wouldn't it be possible in some
> > way
> > to alter the headphone output, like a frequency shift or ossilation to
> > produce a
> > sort of noise to indicate the pause or recording status? like a beep, beep
> > beep?
> In recording mode, it's even more impossible to make a sound. The
> MAS is then running its internal recording application, mutually
> exclusive with playback.
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Received on 2004-04-12