theta_wave wrote:Is anyone having any issue with this plugin not assigning the correct "type" to podcasts and audiobooks in iTunes? I mean, the same files under mediamonkey have their "type" field correctly filled.
lindholm wrote:What's the best way to force the plugin to re-process all the songs?
I want to change the encoding option for my songs so I want it to re-convert all the songs that iTunes knows about
I like to have my podcasts appear as podcasts under my ipod touch. I rather not have them comingled with my music tracks when I'm listening to my ipod on random, that is all. Anyways, since I wrote that msg, I just let itunes handle selected podcasts--likewise for audiobooks.markstuartwalker wrote:theta_wave wrote:Is anyone having any issue with this plugin not assigning the correct "type" to podcasts and audiobooks in iTunes? I mean, the same files under mediamonkey have their "type" field correctly filled.
This is a known deficiency since MM3 days. The podcasts will appear as music tracks. Is that such a bad thing?
Nope, all my locale settings in Win7 are set to US.markstuartwalker wrote:No known problems on time offsets. There have been issues of locale which cause day and month reversal. Are you a non-English user?
reecemj wrote:I want to try the new beta MM. How do I delete the ITunes plugin? I don't see it in uninstall programs.
theta_wave wrote:Is anyone's last played timestamp off? For instance, I listened to a tune on my ipod touch (song "X") and then I sync my ipod to itunes, upping the playcount to track X together with the time it was last played (10:00 p.m.). When I sync using d_itunes4.dll, the added playcount is added to Mediamonkey. However, the time last played is listed as 3:00 p.m. in Mediamonkey, a difference of 7 hours. I know this may be minor issue, but I want to report it anyways.
TwinTraveller wrote:After having used the iTunes synchronization with success for several weeks, I'm now being confronted with the following issue:
- When starting the sync, the plugin successfully determines the file to be synced.
- Conversion from FLAC to MP3 is started, and conversion files are stored in C:\Users\[Username]\AppData\Local\Temp. During this phase, there is a high load on the CPU
- MM GUI remains unchanged at stating "Synchronizing iTunes on COMPUTERNAME: (Copying 1 of xxxx: Artist - Song)
elliah wrote:Basically everything works well in terms of syncing however there are certain tracks that no matter how i select them in the options (location, artist, album etc), just refuse to sync into itunes. they are mp3 format. does anyone else have this problem?
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