foo_playcount database files are:v2.x = PlaybackStatistics.dat (in application folder)v3.x = "C653739F-14B3-4EF2-819B-A3E2883230AE" (in folder 'index-data')
Hi, I've been using playback_statistics_custom for my tags playback statistics and want to start using the official playback statistic component. The playback_statistic_custom plugin saves my tags as play_counter, first_played, and last_played. Is there a way to convert these tags to the ones the official playback statistics component uses somehow? Thanks.
XML backup functionalityYou can export playback statistics to an XML file and import them later, through Library => Playback Statistics menu commands, or through context menu on specific tracks. This can be used to easily transfer playback statistics between different foobar2000 installations or profiles.
Hello Peter,Are there any plans to add options for update timing (eg. update after x seconds/percentage has been played)? I still use the unofficial component solely for this feature.
Quote from: orchid on 23 July, 2010, 09:17:31 AMHello Peter,Are there any plans to add options for update timing (eg. update after x seconds/percentage has been played)? I still use the unofficial component solely for this feature.I do really need this as well!
I just did a quick topic search that didnt help at all so I'll ask now, and sorry if it's already been asked which I have a feeling it has been:Is there a way to manually edit %PLAY_COUNT%? or other fields really. going into properties and changing it doesn't actually change the "Played" under playback statistics. due to bugs and errors, a lot of my plays have been lost (confirmed with last.fm and the fact that some of the songs lost rating and YEARS of plays/all of the plays). If there's even a third party way of doing this that still affects what playback statistics displays, that will be good enough. thanks for the help in advance and thanks for your time
Alkasar, I detailed a way to sync playback statistics between multiple foobar instances here, but I don't think there's anyway to make it work with multiple foobars running at the same time without doing something similar to what you're already doing. If that's not an issue for you, then my method might be simpler for you.