Does it explain why autosync stops dead with an error regarding the lack of space left on the device, syncing just 7% of the list of files that were transcoded just fine when I ran iOS 4.x on my ipod?Lowlander wrote:I believe this is a different bug. The problem is that MediaMonkey shows the Library values of files that have been converted to a Portable Device. I also did a sync with conversion and files showed wrong size and bitrate. Open the same iPod Touch on different MM on different PC and correct values are shown. I believe this bug is already in Mantis, but can't yet locate it.
The version of Mediamonkey I'm using is 1483 (see title).Ludek wrote:Hi, this was with build 1482 or 1483?
Could you please try with 1483 debug and catch debug log so that we could see what is happening.
Actually, I believe you are right after doing some additional testing. Thanks for pointing out the bug report.Lowlander wrote:That would seem to be the same as I'm experiencing: http://www.ventismedia.com/mantis/view.php?id=9286
outlandis wrote: auto convert to my iPhone 4s is definitely broken.
And did you verify in a place other than MediaMonkey that synced the files? The bug here is that on auto-convert MediaMonkey will show values of original files instead of the converted files.outlandis wrote:Just downloaded 1484 and the auto convert to my iPhone 4s is definitely broken. even though I have it set to reduce the higher rate mp3's it simply copies them and does not trans-code.
Lowlander wrote:A The bug here is that on auto-convert MediaMonkey will show values of original files instead of the converted files.