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Tore
2006-02-26, 05:32
Thanks Micheal for your answer

I run Windows2000, Slimserver 6.2.1, file path is E:\Musik and I have the
following file types MP3, lame, gtp,
I have installed in Slimserver\Bin Lame and Flac from 6.2.1 installation.

When I enter Slimserver Settings File Types I notice that I marked all of
them but when I now enter some of them is not there.

Kind Regards
Tore Johnsson

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Ämne: Re: [slim] When setting File Type not accepting changes. Why ???

> The problem is that all my music does not show up in Slimserver.

Please give some information about your system: operating system,
slimserver version, file path, file types etc.

> I changed Settings-File types in Slimserver and marked all of the types
> Required binary was not found: [lame] --resample 44100 --silent -q
> $QUALITY$
> --abr $BITRATE$ $FILE$ -
> Required binary was not found: [mac] $FILE$ - -d | [lame] --resample
> 44100
> -x --silent -q 9 --abr $BITRATE$ - -
> Required binary was not found: [flac] -dcs
> --skip=$START$ --until=$END$ --
> $FILE$ | [lame] --resample 44100 --silent -q $QUALITY$ --abr $BITRATE$ -
> -
> Required binary was not found: [mov123] $FILE$ | [lame] --resample 44100
> --silent -q $QUALITY$ -b $BITRATE$ -r - -
> Required binary was not found: [sox] -t ogg $FILE$ -t raw -r 44100 -c 2
> -w
> -s $-x$ - | [lame] --resample 44100 --silent -q $QUALITY$ --abr
> $BITRATE$ -r

You have activated some formats which need external binaries to do
transcoding. But you don't seem to have those installed (lame, flac, sox
etc.). Do you really need all those formats? What format do you use in
your collection?

--

Michael

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