(regression) Recent MM Breaks Rockbox Replaygain

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martyg
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(regression) Recent MM Breaks Rockbox Replaygain

Post by martyg » Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:58 pm

The latest version of MediaMonkey creates ReplayGain (volume analysis) tags which Rockbox 3.7 cannot understand.

Ref. These example files. http://www.goodbit.net/martyg/MM-Replaygain.zip
This is from the same source file, processed through v1297 and v1304 of MediaMonkey.
Rockbox recognizes the tag embedded in 1297.mp3 and adjusts level accordingly.
Rockbox cannot recognize the tag embedded in 1304.mp3.

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Re: (regression) Recent MM Breaks Rockbox Replaygain

Post by martyg » Fri Jan 14, 2011 1:48 pm

Please ignore for now. Working this issue with the Rockbox team. Thanks.

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Re: (regression) Recent MM Breaks Rockbox Replaygain

Post by nohitter151 » Fri Jan 14, 2011 2:33 pm

FYI I downloaded your tracks and had a look at the raw tags - I don't see any difference between them on the tracks.
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Re: (regression) Recent MM Breaks Rockbox Replaygain

Post by martyg » Sat Jan 15, 2011 8:18 am

FWIW the issue I am seeing is related to how Rockbox parses ID3 tags on low-memory targets, like the Sansa Clip.
ref. http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/11875

For reference, I would also recommend turning off
Options -> Volume Leveling -> Only analyze track with unknown...
in MM to make sure any junk from the feed provider gets overwritten
consistently with the rest of the local MM database

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