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MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
17-12-2013, 22:53 (This post was last modified: 17-12-2013 22:55 by jvilly.)
Post: #31
RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(17-12-2013 20:55)simoncn Wrote:  
(17-12-2013 17:26)jvilly Wrote:  Thanks Simon! One question, how do I get the tagging in order with .wav? I am using Kinsky and I have edited .wav with ID3v2.4.0 tags, but I get the file name in the overview. What did I forget to set up? (also no album art is visible which is embedded).

Many thanks again for this huge upgrade!

Did you add the tags to the .wav files before you installed 0.8.1? If so, you probably have a cache that was created by 0.72 and doesn't contain the WAV tags. The simplest way to clear the cache is by setting the writeAllTags property to any value, then restarting MinimServer.

Thanks for your quick reply!

Yes, I have edited the files before 0.8.1. I just removed 0.8.1 from QNAP and reinstalled it, so it should have cleared any cache (I hope).

I get this error with the .wav files:

starting MinimServer[QNAP]
Platform default charset is UTF-8
Scanning directory Bastille
Scanning directory Bad Blood
Error: unexpected end of file in WAV file Bad Blood/08 Bastille - Oblivion.wav (length 34680682)
Error: unexpected end of file in WAV file Bad Blood/09 Bastille - Flaws.wav (length 38641446)
Error: unexpected end of file in WAV file Bad Blood/05 Bastille - These Streets.wav (length 30941006)

Also another album:

starting MinimServer[QNAP]
Platform default charset is UTF-8
Scanning directory Sia
Scanning directory Colour The Small One
Error: format error in WAV file Colour The Small One/07. Sia - Natale's Song.wav (length 26984484)
Error: format error in WAV file Colour The Small One/12. Sia - Where I Belong.wav (length 49975282)
Error: format error in WAV file Colour The Small One/04. Sia - The Bully.wav (length 40788356)

I have used ID3.2.4 UTF-8 with and without Info Chunk, and ID3.2.2 (latin-1). What is wrong with my files?
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18-12-2013, 07:46
Post: #32
RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(17-12-2013 22:53)jvilly Wrote:  I have used ID3.2.4 UTF-8 with and without Info Chunk, and ID3.2.2 (latin-1). What is wrong with my files?

I will PM you the details for uploading files to my FTP server. Please upload one file that is producing the "unexpected end of file in WAV file" message and one file that is producing the "format error in WAV file" message. I will look at these files and let you know what's causing the problem.
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18-12-2013, 17:07
Post: #33
RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(17-12-2013 17:36)simoncn Wrote:  
(17-12-2013 17:34)dariusb Wrote:  Hi Simon,

As I understood there is still no automatic rescan function.
I'm right?

Darius

Yes, you are right.

Simon,

Any plans to have this as standard feature in near future?
I saw this for Synology, but it is not standard as I understood.

Darius
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18-12-2013, 22:02
Post: #34
RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(18-12-2013 17:07)dariusb Wrote:  Simon,

Any plans to have this as standard feature in near future?
I saw this for Synology, but it is not standard as I understood.

Darius

I would like to support this, but there are some difficult technical issues to solve and I don't know how long it will take to solve them.
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18-12-2013, 23:15
Post: #35
RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(17-12-2013 22:53)jvilly Wrote:  I have used ID3.2.4 UTF-8 with and without Info Chunk, and ID3.2.2 (latin-1). What is wrong with my files?

Both the files you uploaded aren't valid WAV files.

The first file (04. Sia - The Bully.wav) has some zero padding after the last chunk in the file. This isn't allowed by the WAV specification.

The second file (05 Bastille - These Streets.wav) has an incorrect length in the RIFF chunk. This length is larger than the file length.

Also, both these files contain "ID3 " RIFF chunks for the ID3v2 metadata. MinimServer is looking for "id3 ", not "ID3 ". This means MinimServer isn't seeing the ID3v2 metadata. Which program did you use to add the ID3v2 metadata to these files?
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19-12-2013, 08:08 (This post was last modified: 19-12-2013 08:31 by jvilly.)
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RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(18-12-2013 23:15)simoncn Wrote:  
(17-12-2013 22:53)jvilly Wrote:  I have used ID3.2.4 UTF-8 with and without Info Chunk, and ID3.2.2 (latin-1). What is wrong with my files?

Both the files you uploaded aren't valid WAV files.

The first file (04. Sia - The Bully.wav) has some zero padding after the last chunk in the file. This isn't allowed by the WAV specification.

The second file (05 Bastille - These Streets.wav) has an incorrect length in the RIFF chunk. This length is larger than the file length.

Also, both these files contain "ID3 " RIFF chunks for the ID3v2 metadata. MinimServer is looking for "id3 ", not "ID3 ". This means MinimServer isn't seeing the ID3v2 metadata. Which program did you use to add the ID3v2 metadata to these files?

Hi Simon, thanks for the analysis. I have used Metadatics (OSX). What would be the best way to change this, using a different editor? Or is the file corrupt now?
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19-12-2013, 08:46
Post: #37
RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(19-12-2013 08:08)jvilly Wrote:  Hi Simon, thanks for the analysis. I have used Metadatics (OSX). What would be the best way to change this, using a different editor? Or is the file corrupt now?

There are two problems:

1) ID3 instead of id3. This doesn't cause the file to be corrupt. It just means MinimServer won't find the tagged metadata.

2) The other problems with chunk lengths and zero padding. These do make the file corrupt. It might be possible to read it with some other program that can handle corrupt files, but I don't know which programs (if any) can do this.

I will download Metadatics and do some experiments myself. If necessary, I will contact the author of Metadatics about this.
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19-12-2013, 09:17
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RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(19-12-2013 08:46)simoncn Wrote:  
(19-12-2013 08:08)jvilly Wrote:  Hi Simon, thanks for the analysis. I have used Metadatics (OSX). What would be the best way to change this, using a different editor? Or is the file corrupt now?

There are two problems:

1) ID3 instead of id3. This doesn't cause the file to be corrupt. It just means MinimServer won't find the tagged metadata.

2) The other problems with chunk lengths and zero padding. These do make the file corrupt. It might be possible to read it with some other program that can handle corrupt files, but I don't know which programs (if any) can do this.

I will download Metadatics and do some experiments myself. If necessary, I will contact the author of Metadatics about this.

Simon, I will check my other .wav files as well. Normally it is ripped with EAC directly to .wav or in a later stage from FLAC back to WAV through DbPoweramp.
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19-12-2013, 11:14
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RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(19-12-2013 09:17)jvilly Wrote:  Simon, I will check my other .wav files as well. Normally it is ripped with EAC directly to .wav or in a later stage from FLAC back to WAV through DbPoweramp.

I have verified that MinimServer is able to read WAV files created by dbPoweramp, including ID3v2 tags. Does EAC support adding ID3v2 tags to WAV files?
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19-12-2013, 12:29
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RE: MinimServer 0.8.1 is now available
(19-12-2013 11:14)simoncn Wrote:  
(19-12-2013 09:17)jvilly Wrote:  Simon, I will check my other .wav files as well. Normally it is ripped with EAC directly to .wav or in a later stage from FLAC back to WAV through DbPoweramp.

I have verified that MinimServer is able to read WAV files created by dbPoweramp, including ID3v2 tags. Does EAC support adding ID3v2 tags to WAV files?

I don't think that EAC supports ID3v2 for WAV files. But after the EAC rip I have edited in two programs, primary MediaMonkey (Sia). And the newest ones in Metadatics.
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