Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Choice of Desktop Software for use with Rockbox?
Re: Choice of Desktop Software for use with Rockbox?
From: Adam Golding <adamgolding_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2009 10:32:10 -0400
Those are certainly 'go to' programs for a lot of this stuff, but I haven't
been able to determine much with them--my own shortlist of hopefuls would
iTunes (if support for FLAC/ogg/wm/ape could somehow be achieved with
Jriver Media Center
Helium Music Manager
The barrier seems to be that rockbox will not write tags from the db to the
files (because it would be hard on the flash, I think I was told--although
as an owner of a hard drive player (ipod 5.5G) I can almost wish this were
possibe), so no simple file sync operation will suffice--the program would
have to read the rockboxdb and apply information to the appropriate files on
the desktop--I haven't located this functionality anywhere.. :-(
2009/4/12 Christopher Chaltain <cchaltain_at_austin.rr.com>
> Adam Golding wrote:
>> I am switching back to rockbox, but am having trouble finding a suitable
>> desktop program to use in conjunction with it. I'm hoping to find a windows
>> program such that I can do the following with rockbox:
>> - synchronize playcounts
>> - synchronize track ratings
>> - synchronize album ratings
>> - synchronize playlists
>> I have looked long and hard but an generally unable to tell, for a given
>> program, if some combination of plugins and scripts and so on would allow me
>> to do this or not. Has anyone successfully done the above with Rockbox and
>> a Windows program? How!?
> I haven't done this myself, but two products I think would have promise
> would be Winamp and Media Monkey.
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