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Discussion in 'MPTagThat' started by hwahrmann, February 26, 2009.

  1. Abel56

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    Yes, I mean MPTThat, as you know this app has a built in player, but can't find where to control the volume.



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    ah i see.
    There is no volume control in the application itself. you need to use the Windows volume contreol or hardware control on the speaker.
    I am currently rewriting the application and will include a volume control
     
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    I think I found a bug in taglib-sharp. Should this part of the code not be:
    Code (Text):
    1. if (box_size == 1) {
    2.                 offset += 8;
    3.                 if (data.Count < 8 + offset)
    4.                     throw new CorruptFileException (
    5.                         "Not enough data in box header.");
    6.                
    7.                 header_size += 8;
    8.                 box_size = data.Mid (offset, 8).ToULong ();
    9.             }
    Also this line is missing the parameters for the string format and should probably be something like:
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    1. throw new CorruptFileException (string.Format("Box header specified a size of {0} bytes but only {1} bytes left in the file", box_size, file.Length - position));
     
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    @henso, could be. Never touched this part of code yet.
    Do you have a sample file to test/debug that?
     
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    I uploaded a sample to our FTP (/Sample-Media-Files/Mp4 Big Atom). With that file the parsing of the 64 bit box size is larger than the file. With the proposed change it works and I verified the 64 bit box size with AtomicParsley.
     
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