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ogg files (without transcoding) not playing till the end

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    ignasigarcia

    Hi there! I have noticed that if I play ogg files without transcoding, firefly does not send the correct length (duration) of the song (it shows a shorter value than in reality) to the client. If I select transcoding, everything’s fine.

    Does scan_type really work for ogg files?

    Cheers,

    Ignacio

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    rpedde
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    @ignasigarcia wrote:

    Hi there! I have noticed that if I play ogg files without transcoding, firefly does not send the correct length (duration) of the song (it shows a shorter value than in reality) to the client. If I select transcoding, everything’s fine.

    Does scan_type really work for ogg files?

    Cheers,

    Ignacio

    Not sure what this is. The duration is set in the ogg file — it doesn’t need to be frame scanned, as the ogg headers actually store song duration.

    Transcoding or not transcoding, though, it should show the same duration, so I’m kind of confused on that.

    #7647

    fizze
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    well, what client do you use?

    #7648

    ignasigarcia

    sorry about the post. it seems to be an amarok problem. with banshee it works fine. again, I’m sorry. I’ll pass the question to the amarok forums.

    Thanks,

    Ingacio

    #7649

    fizze
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    alrighty, someone remind to try to have firefly chew those ‘huge’ ogg files once again, on win32 preferably. not on the slug πŸ˜‰

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    rpedde
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    @fizze wrote:

    alrighty, someone remind to try to have firefly chew those ‘huge’ ogg files once again, on win32 preferably. not on the slug πŸ˜‰

    D’oh!

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