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Why do I have so many errors in my log?
01-07-2017, 07:35
Post: #11
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
(01-07-2017 06:20)simoncn Wrote:  Regarding the MinimServer internal error, I would very much like to see one of the files that is producing this error so that I can debug the problem and fix it. Can you upload an example file to something like Dropbox and send me a link via PM? If not, I can PM you details of my FTP server for file uploads.

Regarding the offset 0 / length 0 error, this is a file with no contents (zero length).

Regarding the "ID3v2.3 frame is encrypted" message, MinimServer does not support reading encrypted ID3v2.3 frames.

The internal error is a weird one alright, they M4A files, strangely I don't even know where they have come from or what they are, they are not even full albums, just odd tracks.

As for the tracks with no contents - there's a very odd one but I can see them now, I'll need to dig out the CD's again and re-rip Sad

ID3v2.3 - this is only affecting one album, will editing tags correct this I presume?

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02-07-2017, 05:31
Post: #12
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
Is there any way you can send me one of the M4A files that is producing the MinimServer internal error?

I don't know how you produced an MP3 file with encrypted frames or how to fix this.
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02-07-2017, 06:57
Post: #13
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
(02-07-2017 05:31)simoncn Wrote:  Is there any way you can send me one of the M4A files that is producing the MinimServer internal error?

I don't know how you produced an MP3 file with encrypted frames or how to fix this.

Yes, not a problem at all. This files were in my library, but I never knew they existed. I think I got a them off a friend, I've never ripped them and if truth be told I'm not even bothered about them, they obviously appeared in the log which I wanted to clean up

I'll get one over later.

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04-07-2017, 02:07
Post: #14
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
Thanks very much. I see what is causing this error. There is a 'gnre' atom in the M4A file with no genre value. MinimServer isn't expecting this and isn't handling it correctly. In the next MinimServer update, I will check for this and ignore it.
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06-07-2017, 08:44
Post: #15
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
(01-07-2017 00:11)Mr_Withers Wrote:  It's this one that hurts my head. Would I be correct in thinking the best way to do this with this particular album would be to the AlbumArtist set to "Emmylou Harris & Rodnet Crowell" and each individual track on the album has artists set as "Emmylou Harris" and "Rodney Crowell" separated by a , or a ;? does that even matter?

I've got a good handful of albums with the same error

Or is there a better way to do it?
Hi, as you have SongKong you could use it to fix the album artist since SongKong always sets the album artist consistently for an album. If you want SongKong to only update this field an nothing else please make use of the Never Modify or Add these fields option on the Format tab.
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06-07-2017, 11:33
Post: #16
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
MinimServer would be happy with the ALBUMARTIST tag set to "Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell" and with each track having two ARTIST tags with the values "Emmylou Harris" and "Rodney Crowell".

For setting multiple ARTIST tags, your tagging program should define a separator that you can use for this. For example, in Mp3tag the separator is \\. The separator is not part of the tagged value and is not processed by MinimServer, only by the tagging program.

As Paul says, you could use SongKong to do this for you. Alternatively, you could do it manually (for albums that need this) using a tagging program.
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02-11-2017, 18:56
Post: #17
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
(04-07-2017 02:07)simoncn Wrote:  Thanks very much. I see what is causing this error. There is a 'gnre' atom in the M4A file with no genre value. MinimServer isn't expecting this and isn't handling it correctly. In the next MinimServer update, I will check for this and ignore it.

This problem is now fixed in MinimServer update 105.
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11-11-2017, 11:23
Post: #18
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
(30-06-2017 07:37)Mr_Withers Wrote:  This is hopefully my last post on my Melco/Minim issues!

I looked at the Minim og and it appears to be littered with various errors, I've no idea why, having a little bit of OCD I'd really like to sort them out if at all possible.

Couple of random ones

Error: chunk data extends beyond form size in WAV file import_CD/Fink/Perfect Darkness/01 Perfect Darkness.wav (length 70388807)

The files are located in import_CD, does it means that the faulty WAV was created by the Melco importing from a CD ?

I have the same phenomenon.
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11-11-2017, 21:40 (This post was last modified: 11-11-2017 21:40 by simoncn.)
Post: #19
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
(11-11-2017 11:23)ofrex Wrote:  The files are located in import_CD, does it means that the faulty WAV was created by the Melco importing from a CD ?

I have the same phenomenon.

Did you use the Melco CD importer to import the track as a WAV file or did you import it as something else and then convert it to WAV?
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11-11-2017, 21:44
Post: #20
RE: Why do I have so many errors in my log?
I do use the Melco importer, with a Samsung USB CD drive
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