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Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #275
Thanks tipar!  :D  If you don't mind I will share the link and credit you in the first post.

It is OK, Firefox did not let me enter the forum in the previous Mozilla update, I just waited until I could, sorry for the delay. Regards.
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Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #276
That was due to a certificate issue that was not taken care of while it would have been possible to transition seamlessly. The paid certificate was allowed to expire, and the server was configured to pin the certificate vendor that paid certificate came from. What should have happened, is the pinning should have been reduced or even removed two weeks before expiration, so that a seamless transition could occur when the certificate finally expired.

The only alternative for existing users was to either clear their HPKP settings file of any references to this domain, which was fairly straightforward, if not annoying, for desktop browsers, while quite troublesome for mobile browsers. Or wait out the two weeks.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #277
The addon fails to sync crashing with a null pointer error whenever there is any playlist to sync. If there are no playlists checked for the task, the addon completes with "Exported files and playlists succesfully. 0 playlists exported. 0 files converted. 0 files updated."

I have uninstalled, deleted the addon configuration, and reinstalled the addon, and this still happens.

Crash log and dump attached.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #278
The addon fails to sync crashing with a null pointer error whenever there is any playlist to sync. If there are no playlists checked for the task, the addon completes with "Exported files and playlists succesfully. 0 playlists exported. 0 files converted. 0 files updated."

I have uninstalled, deleted the addon configuration, and reinstalled the addon, and this still happens.

Crash log and dump attached.
I think I figured it out. I had added .cue-files that pointed to non-existing files to my playlists by accident. Probably the component tries to stat every file in the playlist and gets an unexpected null value when it's a cue pointer? I tried with some dead items in the playlist and they didn't crash anything.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #279
Thanks for the detailed bug report. Makes my life easier :)

Fixed with new release 0.6.3b.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #280
Hello,
I've encountered the known problem which mismatches metadata and files in my device - some files end up in the wrong path, some get incorrect metadata after conversion, and some files suffer from both symptoms.
I have version 0.6.3a of the component.

Is there a way to solve this problem?

Re: foo_onewaysync EMPTY PLAYLIST

Reply #281
I am new to all of this and just trying to synch playlists to my AGPTEK A05 mp3 player.  When I select all the files in an established FOO playlist; right click and go through synch process, the music files are downloaded , neatly organized in files by album, and show up in the navigation on the AGPTEK.  The named playlist does show up under playlists, however, when I click on it it says no files.  No files were associated with the list.  There is an .m3u file on the device with playlist name,  but it is only 1 KB size.  What am I doing wrong?

Thanks.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #282
Hello,
I've encountered the known problem which mismatches metadata and files in my device - some files end up in the wrong path, some get incorrect metadata after conversion, and some files suffer from both symptoms.
I have version 0.6.3a of the component.

Is there a way to solve this problem?
Do you have large playlists? How many threads do you use?
Try cleaning up temporary files in Windows, maybe this will improve the situation, but I doubt it. Also try limiting the number of conversion threads to one and see if this fixes the problem.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #283
No files were associated with the list.  There is an .m3u file on the device with playlist name,  but it is only 1 KB size.  What am I doing wrong?

Thanks.
Is the player connected via MTP? You can tell by the first letters of the device path in OWS, if they are 'wpd' it is connected via MTP.
Files on MTP devices can not be modified. This is not a limitation of OWS or foobar, but of windows.

To work around this, you can set up a OWS sync command. Or you first export to your hard drive and copy files manually to your mp3 player.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #284
Do you have large playlists? How many threads do you use?
Try cleaning up temporary files in Windows, maybe this will improve the situation, but I doubt it. Also try limiting the number of conversion threads to one and see if this fixes the problem.

Yes, to be frank I only have one playlist with all my music in it... 3082 items. I use 3 threads, that's the maximum the plugin will let me.
Will try to clean the temp folder and limit the threads to 1 and see what I get.

Thanks!

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #285
Okay, I have tried to limit the conversion threads to 1, and it didn't help...
I think something is messing with my temp folder but I'm not sure what. I will try to configure my temp folder to another drive and try again, and will report back.
Also I have attached the debug info from foobar's log (password protected - sent you a PM with the password) If it's any help.

Thanks a lot :)

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #286
Okay, I have tried to limit the conversion threads to 1, and it didn't help...
I think something is messing with my temp folder but I'm not sure what. I will try to configure my temp folder to another drive and try again, and will report back.
Also I have attached the debug info from foobar's log (password protected - sent you a PM with the password) If it's any help.

Thanks a lot :)

Tried again with a different temp folder on a different drive (previously was on a SSD, now on a HDD), but still errors occur.
The mismatched files are different every time so it's probably not a problem with specific files.

Any clue to what's going on?

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #287
@Pok_Madui if you are on Win10, please do check the following windows settings:
I didn't even know there was a "Storage sense" setting in Windows 10. Thank you for letting me know about it. I turned it off, and also turned off a seemingly related setting I found right under the Storage sense setting, labeled "Delete temporary files that my apps aren't using".

This seems to be a good temporary workaround for the problem, but I hope you can come up with a better, long-term solution for this, since I'm sure everyone else with similar setup as me (SSD users or people with smaller HDDs) will appreciate having this fixed, too.

Thank you in advance for your work.

 

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #289
Release 0.6.4 hopefully fixes these issues for good  :)


Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #291
I'm happy to report that I've tried syncing to my phone again, and so far I haven't found any problems!

Thanks zimjo for all your support and hard work and for this awesome plugin, it really makes the process of syncing to my phone as simple as (literally) pressing a button  :D



Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #292
Attempting to convert FLAC files still doesn't work for me.

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foo_ows: Syncing 'All Music' to  G:\MusicTransfer\Library\%album artist%\%album%\%title%.$ext(%_path%)
foo_ows: Using encoder lame with file ext mp3
encoder cmd line C:\Tools\lame3.100\lame.exe -s %sr%
foo_ows: Converting file. Commandline: C:\Tools\lame3.100\lame.exe -s 44100 "C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS810C.tmp" "C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS810C.tmp.mp3"
foo_ows: Error: Conversion thread exit code -1. Converter output follows:
Warning: unsupported audio format
Can't init infile 'C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS810C.tmp'
p
foo_ows: End of converter output
foo_ows: Converting file. Commandline: C:\Tools\lame3.100\lame.exe -s 44100 "C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS8979.tmp" "C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS8979.tmp.mp3"
foo_ows: Error: Conversion thread exit code -1. Converter output follows:
Warning: unsupported audio format
Can't init infile 'C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS8979.tmp'
o 
foo_ows: End of converter output
foo_ows: Converting file. Commandline: C:\Tools\lame3.100\lame.exe -s 44100 "C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS92D0.tmp" "C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS92D0.tmp.mp3"
foo_ows: Error: Conversion thread exit code -1. Converter output follows:
Warning: unsupported audio format
Can't init infile 'C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS92D0.tmp'
3\
foo_ows: End of converter output
foo_ows: Converting file. Commandline: C:\Tools\lame3.100\lame.exe -s 44100 "C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS9D03.tmp" "C:\Users\zachd\AppData\Local\Temp\OWS9D03.tmp.mp3"
foo_onewaysync: Error during file conversion: User abort
foo_ows: Error: User abort
Deleting temporary files.
foo_ows: Done with command 'Move'.

I can convert these files from the command line perfectly fine, so it seems like something is getting messed up when it's converted to PCM. The output contains a bunch of garbage characters too. They don't show up in the code block, so see the picture for reference.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #293
As described in the OWS encoder settings dialog you must configure the encoder for raw pcm input. For lame, this means you must include the -r switch in the lame command line.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #294
Is it possible to sync to an ftp folder? I tried mapping it to my phone and got a success popup, but nothing was actually transferred. Might have something to do with the fact that an ftp path uses "/" instead of "\"

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #295
Been using this for quite a while alongside Syncthing for putting files onto my phone.
One pretty major reoccurring problem I face is that the wrong album art gets applied to entire albums at a time

Updated a few weeks ago when I lost my output drive, continues to happen on clean exports

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #296
Is it possible to sync to an ftp folder? I tried mapping it to my phone and got a success popup, but nothing was actually transferred. Might have something to do with the fact that an ftp path uses "/" instead of "\"
Please provide more details, i.e. the console log.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #297
Been using this for quite a while alongside Syncthing for putting files onto my phone.
One pretty major reoccurring problem I face is that the wrong album art gets applied to entire albums at a time
What does your config look like? Is it reproducible? More info is needed, i.e. the console log.

OWS requires the album art to be located in the same folder as the music files.

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #298
I am having an issue getting any conversions working.. Maybe its an issue with the 1.5 beta? The command works in cmd.exe and its using the raw pcm stream!

foo_ows: Using encoder OGG with file ext ogg
   encoder cmd line c:\tools\oggenc2.exe --raw --resample %sr% -q 5 %in% %out%
foo_onewaysync: Encountered error Unsupported file format
D:\Music\FLAC\2019\Captain Kirk\Jurassic Dark [EP]\02 - Katvealue.flac, , D:\Music\FLAC\2019\Captain Kirk\Jurassic Dark [EP]\02 - Katvealue.flac.lossy.ogg
foo_onewaysync: Encountered error Unsupported file format

Re: foo_onewaysync

Reply #299
Decoding of the original flac file (D:\Music\FLAC\2019\Captain Kirk\Jurassic Dark [EP]\02 - Katvealue.flac) failed. Without looking at the file I can not say more. Can you upload the file somewhere for further analysis? Maybe send me the link via PM.

 
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