Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Categorized database
Re: Categorized database
From: Jonathan Gordon <jdgordy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 23:10:10 +1100
2009/1/27 Jason Voegele <jason_at_jvoegele.com>:
> With Rockbox now supporting more than just audio file formats, including
> pictures and videos, I wanted to explore the idea of expanding the "Database"
> feature to cover those other file types too. This would allow for browsing and
> searching pictures and videos in the same way that is currently possible for
> audio files.
> Furthermore, in addition to supporting multiple media file types, it might also
> be useful to distinguish between the various categories of audio files, such as
> audiobooks and podcasts. To that end, I thought that the top level menu of
> the Database might be a listing of various categories of media. For example:
ignoring videos and pictures because both are not really part of the
core yet... how would it know if a audio file is
music/audiobook/podcast? I'm pretty sure its easy for you to manually
edit your tagnavi_custom.config file to do this for how you have
*your* audio files layed out, but we arn't going to dictate to users
how they have to sort their files.
Received on 2009-01-27