On Monday 14 September 2009 19:47:46 Don Levey wrote: > Michael Schwendt wrote: > > 1) Is it reproducible with individual albums? Can you copy all tracks > > of an affected album to a different location and reproduce the problem > > there? > > Yep - there seems to be something about the tracks, I guess. > > > 2) Have you run amarokcollectionscanner in a terminal yet to see > > what output it gives for an album that is affected? > > Not yet; I'm about to... > OK, I ran it. I tested on a directory in which I know I've had > problems, (has two subdirectories, each with one album) and I see no > error or differences between working and non-working tracks. I then > went up one level to the entire collection, but there was too much > information. I did see a run of "invalid sample rate" errors but these > didn't reference a file. > > Does this make sense? > > -Don > Don, if this turns out to be complicated, there is a dedicated list (not too high traffic, compared with this one) at https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/amarok Anne -- New to KDE4? - get help from http://userbase.kde.org Just found a cool new feature? Add it to UserBase
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