[no Bug] - Error getting MediaInfo informations using c# MediaWrapper functions

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  1. Micropolis
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    Hello,
    currently I'm working on a plugin to retrieve media informations about music and video files.
    If I call "g_Player.MediaInfo.IsMP3" the following exception occurs (extract from mediaportal.log):

    "2010-02-24 22:12:27.246576 [Info.][MPMain(1)]: Exception : System.MissingMethodException: Method not found: 'Boolean MediaPortal.Player.MediaInfoWrapper.get_IsMP3()'"



    Is this problem part of bug #2720/#2728? If you need more informations or help about the other wrapper functions (e.g. g_player.MediaInfo.IsWMV) I can check this also.

    Thx in advance and cheers, Micropolis ;-)
     
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    Our wrapper doesn't offer such property but a generic one for all codecs.

    If you need further help, please post in the appropriate forum. Thank you.

    Simone
     
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    Hi chemelli,
    I've checked the differences between the MediaPortal core libraries 1.0.2.0 and 1.1.0.0 RC1 and you are right, all functions like IsMP3, IsWMV... are not supported longer.
    Thx and sorry for any circumstances.

    Cheers, Micropolis ;-)
     
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