New Tag Reader does not read the duration of VBR MP3s correctly

Discussion in '0.2.3.0 RC3 and SVN Builds' started by BugsBunny, October 17, 2007.

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    It is the same as described here:
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/showpost.php?p=64576&postcount=15



    SteveV corrected this problem in his tagreader aftwerwards.
    Everything worked so well then with the "older new tag reader". It's a pitty that the older one can't be selected as an alternative. The quality of the new open source tag reader seems to be not very good, if it can't even read the time of VBR MP3s that follow 100% the standard of VBR MP3s correctly...

    If needed I can provide sample MP3s - just send me a PM.
     
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    Believe me, the new Tagreader is far more stable than the old one.
    If a file can't be read at your side that doesn't mean that the new tagreader is crap.

    please upload some samples and PM me the url, where i can download.
     
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    Problem is that your files are encoded with the Fraunhofer codec and Taglib# checks only the Xing header.
    Will implement the searching for VBRI header.

    Support for Fraunhofer VBRI header has been added.
    Available in next public SVN build
     
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    Bug fixed with MediaPortal SVN-Snapshot: 10-19-2007 01-02h - Revision:16281
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