- specific WMP11 library- internal support for album art (including exposition of embedded artwork data in WMP album art)- write support for MPEG4 tagging (will add month of developpement)
Quote- specific WMP11 library- internal support for album art (including exposition of embedded artwork data in WMP album art)- write support for MPEG4 tagging (will add month of developpement)I'll bet you that everyone who's interested in WMPTSE will be on WMP11 almost as soon as it's released.
Ok, so after some debugging, i finally found the iTunes 7.x problem...The bug in the MPEG4 parser is now repaired and all files tagged with iTunes should now work.MaB_fr
So far, so good... aART is happily parsed now.
Quote from: grommet on 12 October, 2006, 06:50:43 PMSo far, so good... aART is happily parsed now.One happy file, one happy user MaB_fr
Just tried WMPTagSupportExtender v1.1.1 in WMP 11 final version, on XP Pro sp2 english.Machine is 2,4 Ghz P4, 2GB RAM.WMP 11 memory usage is pretty constant around 64 MB.When adding my ogg files (8000 out of 18000 music files), scanning takes forever.100% cpu usage for several hours, it's actually not done yet, going on third hour now and only 50% done.It seems like it is getting slower and slower, like this was a x^2 kind of problem.I know this plugin isn't native to WMP 11, just wanted to mention it, and say that a native version would be appriciated Cheers
Great tool! I can listen to FLAC files from Media Center now, with tagging support!One quibble... My FLACs are all tagged with an "Artist" tag (what tag.exe uses), but your parser only (apparently) reads an "Album Artist" field. Could you have it fail over to plain ol' "Artist" if no album artist is listed? Right now the artist is always listed as simply "unknown". Also, Tag.exe stores the year in a "DATE" tag, but I believe that again you are looking for a "YEAR" tag. A fail-over here would also be nice, since a lot of people use tag.exe for flac files.Should be a simple enough feature request, no?
Error 6 fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'c:\Documents.obj' FLACTagSupport
Well i tried downloading and building your source code, but it won't work (I had to convert to VS2005, if that's the problem). I'm confused as to why there are 3 different solutions... Am I supposed to build them in a certain order? I'm getting:Code: [Select]Error 6 fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'c:\Documents.obj' FLACTagSupport...when i try to build the TagSupport solution (I assume the TagSupportExtender solution needs the output from this solution... why don't you put them all together?)Oh well, I guess i'll have to wait for another version then.
Error 1 fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'c:\Documents.obj' FLACTagSupport
I'm still getting the error:Code: [Select]Error 1 fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'c:\Documents.obj' FLACTagSupportWhen I follow those instructions. Sorry, i've never worked with C projects in VS before (only used managed code myself) and I don't know what the problem is.
Quote from: Jebus on 05 November, 2006, 12:16:54 PMI'm still getting the error:Code: [Select]Error 1 fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'c:\Documents.obj' FLACTagSupportWhen I follow those instructions. Sorry, i've never worked with C projects in VS before (only used managed code myself) and I don't know what the problem is.The problem is during the link process. It seems like you've unrared the files in something like "C:\Document and Setting\<Name>" folder (a good guess may be your "My Documents" folder) and the linker does not add the necessary quote to the path. Hence the file to link that should be "C:\Doc and Set\<Name>\Myfile.obj" becomes C:\Doc.obj...Two solution for this :1) modify the path to object (.obj) files in the VS project properties (right click on the project, "Properties", then "Linker > Input").2) change the folder to something "without quote" compliantI must add, that FLACTagSupport is dependent of libFlac. libFlac is part of the FLAC package and you will find it HereYou'll have to properly compile the library libFlac in "static" mode. And copy the resulting "libFLAC_static.lib" in the source folder "<Where you unrared your files>\Src\FLAC\libFLAC".Don't forget that you'll need a tiny amount of C knowledge to be able to properly modify the FLACTagSupport.c file...If you never had to modify a C source code before, may be it is not a good idea to do so...On a completely different subject, I've added a wiki entry about WMPTSE in the HA wiki (i know, i'm not supposed to do so, but if somebody doesn't start, nobody will...). I you have some time to lose, or have the necessary right and want to add some info, you'll find it HereMaB_fr
Error 2 Command line error D8022 : cannot open 'c:\Documents and Settings\Jeremy\My Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Build\Release\Temp\RSP00007F17404564.rsp' cl
argh... okay I fixed the missing quotes in the linker path, but now I get:Code: [Select]Error 2 Command line error D8022 : cannot open 'c:\Documents and Settings\Jeremy\My Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Build\Release\Temp\RSP00007F17404564.rsp' cl
can i confirm that people have this working in WMP11?i've recently re-installed windows and upgraded to wmp11 this week and just got the latest wmptse as well yet i can't seem to get it to read the tagsi had this trouble with wmp10 but i've checked through the solutions for that and the reg entries already existany ideas?
It's working fine on Vista RTM.Source builds happily as well (VS 2005) as I've just changed FLACTagSupport to use Artist instead of AlbumArtist. Works a treat.Now actually playing FLAC files is a different matter as WMP is crashing when using illiminable.Would love RIFF support for AVI files btw :-)
So, it will be two for RIFF support...MaB_fr
Quote from: MaB_fr on 20 November, 2006, 07:23:30 AMSo, it will be two for RIFF support...MaB_frI've been contemplating giving it a go myself using abcAVI to cover off most of it, but my C++ is rather rusty. The original code for this is in Delphi, so it should be possible to just wrap the binary.I've haven't gone through your code in any detail, but is there anything core about WMPTSE that would need to change to support avi RIFF or does it just need another TagSupport dll?