Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Recording V2.4 vs. CVS 050828 (strange Xing VBR header - possible value overflow?)
Re: Recording V2.4 vs. CVS 050828 (strange Xing VBR header - possible value overflow?)
From: Martin Borus <mborus_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2005 21:27:41 +0200
The solution is to run the vbrfix plugin on the file. Hold Play on the
> > file in the browser, then select "Open with" and then "vbrfix".
> Have you tried this on a 1.5 GB file? I assume this will not really work.
> It should take
> "forever". (I tried this once a year ago and the unit was blocked for a
> long time. I don't remember, if it finished before the batteries went
> Just for fun I will try VBFfix on the file tonite and post if it worked
> and how long it takes.
Tried it with the power adaptor connected.
After aprox 45 minutes of HD access the file was fixed (and the Archos unit
was really hot).
Impressive. Still I prefer the 2.4 behavior...
Received on 2005-08-30
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