Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: voice clips being cut off
Re: voice clips being cut off
From: Woody Anna Dresner <wadresner_at_hawaiiantel.net>
Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2007 10:46:05 -1000
At 10:42 PM 12/5/2007, Daniel wrote:
>On 6/12/2007 6:20 AM, Woody Anna Dresner wrote:
>>Daniel Dalton wrote:
>>>Um well check
>>>I think Stephane sent me a fix but I better ask him if I can post
>>>it. I do believe this is a hard drive based player problem though
>>>since he had problems on his x5 and not on e 200.
>>>I also had this problem but it has gone away... Maybe thats
>>>because I use his fix?
>>>Does his description describe your problem?
>>Hi Daniel, Tom, and Stephane,
>>Stephane's description describes my problem exactly. However, I'm using
>>an iPod Nano, so apparently the problem doesn't just exist on
>>hard-drive-based players. I don't think there's anything wrong with the
>OK I was wrong then. Sorry. It just seemed to sound like a hard
>drive based issue since he said he doesn't get it on his sansa I
>think and he gets it on his x5. I also got it on my h300 so that's
>what made me think hard drive based players.
>Anyway sorry about saying something that wasn't true.
>>original .talk clips because they play all the way through just
>>fine when music is playing.
>Yeah they're fine. That's not the problem...
>>Interestingly, the length of the original .talk clip doesn't appear
>>to determine whether it will be cut off. I've had two-syllable
>>clips cut off, and clips containing multiple names play just fine.
>The clips sound like they are ok to me. Could you possibly upload
>one to the task so I can test it just to be sure?
>One more thing. Sdoyon attached a bit of a hack I guess you could
>call it. So could you try that out and report back?
>Just apply the diff and compile rockbox from source.
I have uploaded a track that cuts off. Unfortunately, I don't know
how to apply patches and such. It would probably be a good idea to
learn, since then I could create voice files as well, but I really
don't have the time right now to learn what sounds like a complicated
and time-consuming process. Once something is part of the daily
builds, I'll be glad to test it out though.
Received on 2007-12-06