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Mp3Fixer

   0.9.4  

Amarok Script

Score 78%
Mp3Fixer
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Link:  http://amarok.kde.org
Minimum required   KDE 3.3.x
Downloads:  4897
Submitted:  Nov 19 2005
Updated:  Jan 12 2006

Description:

Mp3Fixer is an amaroK Script for repairing various defects in MP3 files, for instance files which display a bogus track length in your audio player.

For example, if you have a track that you know is really five minutes long, but amaroK shows the length as one hour, then this script is for you. Mp3Fixer calculates the real track length and adds the missing XING header to the file, and it also repairs broken MPEG headers.

It is recommended that you back up your MP3 file before using this script on it. Although the script is designed not to harm your file, the operation is not reversible and should therefore be used with caution.

Dependencies:
* amaroK 1.3.1
* Ruby 1.8




Changelog:

Version 0.9.4:
* Fixed potential runtime error with some files.

Version 0.9.3:
* Show detailed repair summary.
* Some mp3 encoders (e.g. lame) add a block of zeros as padding to the beginning of the file. This is now correctly handled.
* mp3fix.rb did not work with source != destination.

Version 0.9.2:
* Automatically update the collection after repairing files.
* Automatically refresh the playlist.

Version 0.9.1:
* Fixed a bug that could make the script crap out with a runtime error.
* Show current filename in the statusbar.

Version 0.9:
* mp3fix.rb can now repair broken MPEG frames.
* Batch processing of multiple selected files.
* Using amaroK's statusbar for feedback instead of kdialog. This means, KDE-base is no longer required.
* More reliable, better error checking.




LicenseGPL
(Mp3Fixer-0.9.4)
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 bug with mono mp3

 
 by winch on: Jan 28 2007
 
Score 50%

The script incorrectly reads the channel mode of the mp3 and thus looks for xing header in the wrong place with mono mp3.

Line 115
ChannelMode = data[offset + 3] & 0xc0 >> 6
Should be
ChannelMode = (data[offset + 3] & 0xc0) >> 6
As >> has higher precedence than &. Channel mode is the first two bits of the third byte of the frame header.

This causes the script to look for a xing header in the wrong place with mono files. When it doesn't find one it proceeds to write a new one in the wrong place.

This bug is further complicated by the fact there is a similar bug in the current 1.4 release of taglib (fixed in svn) that causes it to make the same mistake when looking for a xing header in a mono mp3. This makes it look like the script works as the track length will be correct in amarok but could cause problems with other software and when a newer version of taglib is released that looks for xing headers in the correct place.


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 Amarok 2

 
 by janet on: Apr 11 2010
 
Score 50%

I really wish this would be available for Amarok 2... Is there a chance to add something like this?


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