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    If you can wait a few days I probably can provide you an updated build that supports .ts as audio.


     
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    @TiVo please try the attached installer: http://tinyurl.com/j54rzxa

    It adds support for playback of radio recordings. It's a newer build than the recent weekly build.
    After installation force a re-import of your recording media sources. After it is finished, you should see the recodings inside TV/recordings section.

    From the Audio library they are hidden (like recordings now hidden from "video")
     
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    Unfortunately neither existing nor new radio recordings are being offered inside the TV/recordings section.
    They also do not show up when using the browse media functionality.
     
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    OK, can you please post logfiles, especially from server. A refresh of recording media source should be enough, as those files were not imported yet.
    BTW, are you using a multi seat setup? In this case this build needs to be installed on both client and server
     
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    Logs to follow...
    I am using a multi seat setup but have only tested this build on the main client / server installation.
     
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    For better testing you can copy a single radio recording into a new folder and add this as new media source. Can you also please upload one small example of your files?

    The recording MDE does a check that for a .ts needs to be an audio stream, but 0 video streams.
     
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    Can our @Testers try the linked build above with radio recordings? For me it works well, but we need more test results (and if not working also some sample radio recordings)
     
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    Hi.
    Here it did not work. The recording is done properly but did not show up in "recordings". Even move it to a different folder and add this new folder as audio media source did not show the recording...
     

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    Yes, I can confirm the issue. For my sample recording the MediaInfo didn't report a bitrate, but yours did. Then a type conflict happened (long vs. int). I fixed this and could play the recording under audio section.

    Audio section, because your upload didn't contain the associated .xml. In this case the .ts is a "normal audio" only, and the exclude rule for recordings doesn't apply.

    I currently let compile a new verision and will publish a link asap.
     
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