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 Post subject: Handling problems with WMA files
 Post Posted: Sun May 22, 2005 10:05 pm 
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While running batches of files through MuvAudio, I have recently had problems with two individual files. These problems have completely stopped the encoding process for the batch.

While I don't know if it's possible....it would be nice to have the encoding process continue and a window pop up afterwards that details all of the problems, including the files that weren't encoded correctly.

Thanks as always for your awesome program!!!!!

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 Post Posted: Sun May 22, 2005 10:15 pm 
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Can you describe the error? Was it a WMP CD####### type of error where the # represents a number?

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The only way that I can fix this (having it click the OK button when an error occurs - because it is an error from WMP and not from MuvAudio) is to have a file that gives me the error so I can get the information I need.

I need someone to send me a corrupt file that gives them an error in muvaudio.

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I was able to recreate an error. I will work on this and it should be in the next release; to skip over tracks that have problems, when the problem is encountered.

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Alright, I've got it working (I think). I need to know one more piece of information though. What does the caption of the error box say when you get the error.

Does it say "Player Error" or does it say something different?

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 Post subject: Sorry I missed your response
 Post Posted: Sat May 28, 2005 2:14 pm 
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To be honest I forgot that I wrote to you about the problem. After playing with these files for a while and realizing that I didn't really like the artist I just deleted them (both tracks as well as the entire artist's folder) :)

If I find any more files like this I'll send them to you immediately.

BTW - I have sucessfully ran 6,500+ tracks through MuvAudio and only had problems with those two files -- probably a fluke and not anything you need to worry about.

Thanks again for your incredible program and I can't wait for Version 1.0 to be released!!!!

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