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Bug: Copy multiple .mp3 files to mopidy server machin #1474
I copied 20 mp3 files to mopidy server
WARNING Failed local:track:Fekete%20Teve/Fekete%20Teve%20-%20R%C5%91zse-Dalok%20%282011%29/01%20-%20Fekete%20Teve%20-%20Szeptember.mp3: Track shorter than 100ms
But It is a valid mp3 file becuase I can play via terminal:
If I run the
Here is the
I wonder if this is a similar upstream bug to https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=762660.
Maybe you could try the following on a couple of files that do/don't scan correctly:
... to see if gstreamer is returning the data in an unexpected order, in which case we should file an upstream bug report.
To benefit from the upstream fix you will either need to compile gstreamer from source (https://cgit.freedesktop.org/gstreamer/gstreamer/) or wait for gstreamer 1.7.91 to be released for your distro.
In the meantime I'll raise a pull request with a workaround for mopidy.
@szuniverse: : if you have a chance, could you please test using https://github.com/SeeSpotRun/mopidy/tree/fix/gstreamer_not_pushing_tags_2 to see if this fixes the problem? This branch has a workaround in mopidy/audio/scan.py to address an upstream bug in gstreamer.
Alternatively if you are feeling adventurous you could try compiling gstreamer from git source...
Could you help me how can I install this branch? I am using raspberry pi with latest RASPBIAN JESSIE.
There are a couple of options but the quick and dirty is just to replace file /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/mopidy/audio/scan.py with the updated version:
This just makes a backup copy of the original, downloads the new version and then copies it over the original. You may need to install the wget utility first using
referenced this issue
Apr 2, 2016
I am not sure were this issue is supposed to be posted so I will give it a try right here:
WARNING Failed local:track:DJ%20Wigs/Loungin%27/01%20Titel%2001.m4a: No audio found in file.
mopidy deps says:
$ mopidy deps
And the actual config looks like this:
$ sudo mopidyctl config
The music files did play well on the old installation and the file permission to all of them is set like this:
$ ls -l /media/usb1/iTunes\ Music/DJ\ Wigs/Loungin'/
Could anyone point me in the right direction with my question as to how to solve this? If necessary I could provide further information.