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th00ht
2008-12-03, 13:20
Yes, I know there already is a thread with this name but I'm not playing Ogg files.

Something weird happend today I got a brand new disturbing message on my SB3 "Classic". Played the "Gimell Download test file - Gimell FLA test file 24bit 96000Hz" and it gave me this error. After that the SB would not play anything and I had to dis- and reconnect the power to revive it.

It's not an Ogg (but flac) file so not Bug 4418 (?).

Is this normal?

th00ht

(hint: Firmware 113)

jbd
2009-02-23, 14:22
Is there any news about this problem ?

I try to read a 1 GB flac file (ripped from a dvd), and i've got the same error message displayed on my squeezebox classic : "Ran out of decode data memory!".

I'm running the official squeezecenter for debian using the stable slimdevices debian repository. I've also try the testing and the unstable version, but same result.

Here is the file information given by ffmpeg :

"Input #0, flac, from 'George Duke Japan 1983.flac':
Duration: N/A, bitrate: N/A
Stream #0.0: Audio: flac, 48000 Hz, 5.1, s16
"

The file plays well using ffplay or mplayer.

Any hints ?

andyg
2009-02-23, 14:31
On Feb 23, 2009, at 4:22 PM, jbd wrote:

>
> Is there any news about this problem ?
>
> I try to read a 1 GB flac file (ripped from a dvd), and i've got the
> same error message displayed on my squeezebox classic : "Ran out of
> decode data memory!".
>
> I'm running the official squeezecenter for debian using the stable
> slimdevices debian repository. I've also try the testing and the
> unstable version, but same result.
>
> Here is the file information given by ffmpeg :
>
> "Input #0, flac, from 'George Duke Japan 1983.flac':
> Duration: N/A, bitrate: N/A
> Stream #0.0: Audio: flac, 48000 Hz, 5.1, s16

Multi-channel files are not supported. Try creating a down-mixed
stereo version.

jbd
2009-02-23, 14:47
Thank you for such a quick answer. I'll try that tomorrow morning !

Mick Seymour
2009-02-24, 01:16
Multi-channel files are not supported.

Not to be confused with multi-channel files wrapped up so that an SB sees a wave file that is then decoded and sent from the digital output to a surround processor as detailed here: http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.php/Play_DVD_Tracks. The same applies to getting an accurate rip of a DTS CD which is already wrapped up. These DO work.