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FS#1147 - Wrong track length

Attached to Project: Rockbox
Opened by Steve Gomon (sgomon) - Saturday, 29 March 2003, 16:37 GMT
Last edited by Linus Nielsen Feltzing (linusnielsen) - Monday, 01 November 2004, 10:41 GMT
Task Type Bugs
Category Music playback
Status Closed
Assigned To No-one
Operating System
Severity Low
Priority Normal
Reported Version Release 1.4
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 0%
Votes 0
Private No

Details

Jukebox Recorder 20
OS: 1.28
Mask: 0x0302
USB: positive
ATA: 0x200
PR: positive
Freq: 11.0592MHz
Rockbox: 1.4

When playing MP3's, the track length is often wrong
(much longer than actual)
This task depends upon

Closed by  Linus Nielsen Feltzing (linusnielsen)
Monday, 01 November 2004, 10:41 GMT
Reason for closing:  Works For Me
Comment by Linus Nielsen Feltzing (linusnielsen) - Saturday, 12 April 2003, 17:15 GMT

Are these files by any chance VBR files? Is it the same if
you use a daily build?
Comment by Steve Gomon (sgomon) - Sunday, 13 April 2003, 02:33 GMT

All the files I have were ripped and encoded with Audio Catalyst
as Variable Bitrate MPEGS. This problem still occured with the 4-
11-03 build. Some of the files work, and some don't. If you need
a sample of each, let me know. The ones that don't work cannot
be fast forwarded or reversed to a different position in the song.
Also, on the ones that don't work, the average bitrate shows up as
a question mark.
Comment by Linus Nielsen Feltzing (linusnielsen) - Sunday, 13 April 2003, 08:53 GMT

I would very much like to analyze those files. Can you put
up a set somewhere for me to download?
Comment by Steve Gomon (sgomon) - Sunday, 13 April 2003, 13:38 GMT Comment by Linus Nielsen Feltzing (linusnielsen) - Sunday, 13 April 2003, 14:32 GMT

I have checked the files, and the bad one has a corrupt Xing
header. It claims to have the NumberOfFrames information,
but it is set to 0, and it claims to have a TOC, but that
too contains only 0's. I suggest you run a tool to recreate
the Xing header, such as VBRFix.

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