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post #121 of 795

Already changed the FW to BA but no change...

Send you a screenshot....

post #122 of 795
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Already changed the FW to BA but no change...

Send you a screenshot....


Ok after this then I'd say you should have the unit serviced. Because I am using my Rocoo BA with my 64 GB filled to max capasity with FLAC. One more thing. Do you have any FLAC files? Wondering if you could try to load that onto the external memory and see if it does the same thing.

post #123 of 795

Yes I have some (at home), I'll give it a try tonight....

post #124 of 795

anyone has problems with playing apple lossles files? I can't get my 3rd anniversary to play some of the albums that I ripped through itunes into apple lossles format. MP3's are fine though.

post #125 of 795
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anyone has problems with playing apple lossles files? I can't get my 3rd anniversary to play some of the albums that I ripped through itunes into apple lossles format. MP3's are fine though.


You are better off converting those apple lossless to FLAC. you can make an extra copy of those specific files if you want. Then use Monkey Audio to blow them back up to WAV. Then use FLAC Frontend to shrink them down to FLAC. That way you can just cut and paste and still keep your Apple Lossless files as well.

post #126 of 795

Hey Jack, are there still any review sets left? I guess I'll finally have to publish my reviews instead of keeping a notebook of them :P

post #127 of 795
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Hey Jack, are there still any review sets left? I guess I'll finally have to publish my reviews instead of keeping a notebook of them :P

 

 Hi, Mosshorn,

 

Thank you for your quesiton. Please post your historical reveiew link at here or PM me for reference. We will be more strict on the censor the qualification of the reviewer. for the favorit price review units quotation is closed to be full consumed.


Edited by hisound - 8/31/12 at 4:33pm
post #128 of 795
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You are better off converting those apple lossless to FLAC. you can make an extra copy of those specific files if you want. Then use Monkey Audio to blow them back up to WAV. Then use FLAC Frontend to shrink them down to FLAC. That way you can just cut and paste and still keep your Apple Lossless files as well.

Thanks for the reply Lee. Just a question about Monkey Audio (which i just downloaded), which option do i use to blow up the apple lossless back to WAV? I assume its the option 'Decompress' but if it seems that it does not support '.m4a' files.

post #129 of 795

I think you are suppose to add the files then below "File" there is a box with an arrow that you click and choose Decompress. Then click that box. Make sure the files are highlighted before doing this. I now I ran into something like this before where I had to do something specific with the .mp4 files. These were large 24 bit files. I forgot what I had to do though. But with APE I use monkey audio to convert them back to WAV then from WAV I put them into FLAC Frontend and convert them to FLAC.

 

Edit: Ok I think I remember what I did now. I used Free Audio Converter to convert from .mp4 to WAV I think.

 


http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/products/dvd/free-audio-converter.htm


Edited by lee730 - 9/2/12 at 2:55am
post #130 of 795

Hi All

 

Another issue with my player... It start to really anoying me this time...

In some directory (not all), songs are not in the right order..totally mixed up...

 

But:

- All files are with leading 0 :=> 01, 02,....

- ID3v1 only

- Same for track number (even thought I am not sure ID3v1 keep this)

 

Well, I dont know why and it is really a dealbreaker as I dont want the listen an album in some weird order....

post #131 of 795
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Originally Posted by Notred View Post

Hi All

 

Another issue with my player... It start to really anoying me this time...

In some directory (not all), songs are not in the right order..totally mixed up...

 

But:

- All files are with leading 0 :=> 01, 02,....

- ID3v1 only

- Same for track number (even thought I am not sure ID3v1 keep this)

 

Well, I dont know why and it is really a dealbreaker as I dont want the listen an album in some weird order....



Are you having this issue via  Resource directory? I have all my music listed in order. Did you remove the periods and dashes from your music? I have my Filename listed like this "01 Froze". I think I noticed that in your files when you sent me a screen shot.

 

Also make sure under Track numbers it is listed as 01, 02, 03. You have it set as 1,2,3,4. You can use the 1 2 icond listed just above "Title" tab to the left. Set it to "Leading zeroes for tracknumbers." As long as you have your music listed from 1,2,3,4 it will automatically rename all those file "track numbers" to 01,02,03,04 for you. Much easier this way and time-effective.

 


Edited by lee730 - 9/2/12 at 9:51pm
post #132 of 795
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Originally Posted by Notred View Post

Hi All

 

Another issue with my player... It start to really anoying me this time...

In some directory (not all), songs are not in the right order..totally mixed up...

 

But:

- All files are with leading 0 :=> 01, 02,....

- ID3v1 only

- Same for track number (even thought I am not sure ID3v1 keep this)

 

Well, I dont know why and it is really a dealbreaker as I dont want the listen an album in some weird order....

That's a real shame, this player sounds fantastic to my ears. Hope you can get things sorted out, maybe with lee730's help, good luck.

post #133 of 795

Yes, via ressource manager...remember, I can get no tag id to work :-(

 

Well, file names are definitively with leading zeros 01, 02, 03 but contains dashes... did not know it was a problem...

However, ID3v1 does not seem to remember the leading zero, either with MP3Tag or TagScan.... (though ID3v2 seems ok)

 

Ok, removed the dashes and order is fine :-) It was my last try before reselling it... I can bear not having tags, but not having my disk played in random order..imagine classical concert :-(

 

Thanks a lor for this !

 

BTW, do you also got gaps between tracks ?

post #134 of 795

Yeah. Its very short, almost not noticeable. Like a split second. So its working fine now? Remember I did say you could try 3.2 and see if it works better. Since you are using mp3 files and not flac. Seems the problem more so comes when you have both FLAC tag and v3.2 tags in the same file (2 tags embedded in 1). So consider trying to turn some of them to v3.2 and see if you get better results. If using flac you don't need any of those tags. Just the FLAC tag itself. Also remove all album art. That will slow down the player. To apply the changes make sure all files are highlighted and "save".
 

post #135 of 795

Yes it works (the file order), not the tags....

 

ID3v2 are not working better. Not for mp3 nor flac... And as ID3v2 are much slower to process and tags useless, I will just remove them from the files....

 

My file are already (and from the very beginning) with good, simple ID3v1 tags, no album art but not working.... I now add the dashes allergy I was not aware of...

 

Thanks for the dashes trick !

 

I have to write my review, this will be hard to balance good and bad....

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