Subject: Re: [ecasound] Problem with MP3 files
From: William Goldsmith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jun 03 2001 - 01:06:38 EEST
Are there any known issues regarding ecasound & ID3v2 tags?
> I have seen various programs that will remove the id3v2 tag from an
> mp3. Check Linux.org -> Applications -> MP3. It seems that most
> programs don't use the v2 tags (xmms, mpg123) and just ignore
> it. Of course if you want the v2 tag I guess your in trouble.
> * William Goldsmith <email@example.com> [Jun 02 01 15:04]:
> > I posted a message about this a few months back, but never resolved the
> > issue & ended up doing a workaround instead. Now, I have an entire MP3
> > collection that's affected & I really need to come up with a solution as
> > soon as possible.
> > I have a whole library of files that play fine using mpg123, but not
> > ecasound or ecaplay. Ecasound returns:
> > ERROR: [ECA-CHAINSETUP] : "Enabling chainsetup: AUDIOIO-MP3: Can't open
> > /audio/temp/10002.mp3 for reading." (the file *does* exist)
> > Here's the file: http://www.radioparadise.com/10002.mp3
> > These files were all ripped using the Mac program SoundJam. They play
> > in all of my Windows apps as well as mpg123. The only abberation that
> > noted is that they use ID3v2 tags only, whereas I normally use ID3v1.
> > tags read fine in the perl module MP3-Info.
> > I encountered the same problem with a file I downloaded from a
> > service recently. It has both v1 & v2 tags.
> > Thanks for any help
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