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aynsley@vicandaynsley.com
2003-12-04, 12:18
OK, thanks. I'll try that and get back to you (maybe not until Monday
though)

dean blackketter <dean (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com> wrote on 04.12.2003, 20:12:24:
> Ah, I see. you have some MP2 files that won't play back because they
> aren't in the MoodLogic database. Got it.
>
> Try putting one of those files in your Playlists Folder and let me know
> if that works. I'll look into it here.
>
> -dean
>
>
> On Dec 4, 2003, at 10:43 AM, aynsley (AT) vicandaynsley (DOT) com wrote:
> > Not sure I explained properly. I have .m3u files in my playlists
> > directory (one for each radio station). I can listen to live radio
> > using
> > those files no problem.
> >
> > I use DabBar to record a radio show into a .mp2 file and put it in
> > m:\radio. It records it fine, and I can play it back fine.
> >
> > Here's the problem: When I have moodlogic enabled, it can't find those
> > files either by searching or borwsing the directory. If I disable
> > moodlogic support, I can simply browse to the "Radio" directory and see
> > the files from there.
> >
> > Am I making sense?
> >
> > dean blackketter wrote on 04.12.2003, 19:36:34:
> >> Try putting one of those M3U files in the playlists folder and let me
> >> know if you still have the problem with it.
> >>
> >> -dean
> >>
> >> On Dec 4, 2003, at 10:32 AM, aynsley (AT) vicandaynsley (DOT) com wrote:
> >>
> >>> My playlists folder is set to a different drive (c:\data\playlists I
> >>> think) so I can't browse to it from the slim. In the file system are
> >>> all
> >>> the .m3u files (as expected)
> >>>
> >>> dean blackketter wrote on 04.12.2003, 19:11:28:
> >>>> Hi,
> >>>>
> >>>> What's your Playlists Folder set to? Can you see the files when
> >>>> browsing there?
> >>>>
> >>>> -dean
> >>>>
> >>>> On Dec 4, 2003, at 9:59 AM, aynsley (AT) vicandaynsley (DOT) com wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>>> I've recenly installed a DAB card in my server and use it to record
> >>>>> programmes for listening to later. I've also recently started using
> >>>>> Moodlogic (which I am very impressed with).
> >>>>>
> >>>>> The problem is, when I have the Moodlogic option enabled on
> >>>>> SlimServer,
> >>>>> newly added radio programmes are not seen by the SliMP3. If I
> >>>>> browse
> >>>>> the
> >>>>> music directory, it jumps from "R.E.M." straight to "Radiohead" and
> >>>>> doesn't see "Radio" in between. As this folder is constantly being
> >>>>> updated (and Moodlogic wouldn't be able to validate those files
> >>>>> anyway)
> >>>>> I've found that the only way of getting to these files is to
> >>>>> disable
> >>>>> moodlogic support. Is there a better way of doing this? i.e. move
> >>>>> the
> >>>>> radio files to a different location/have some sort of plugin that
> >>>>> looks
> >>>>> in a specific directory?
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Details:
> >>>>>
> >>>>> SliMP3 v2.2
> >>>>> SlimServer v5.0.1
> >>>>> Windows 2003 Server
> >>>>> Music Directory m:\
> >>>>> Radio Files Directory m:\radio
> >>>>>
> >>>>> Thanks
> >>>>>