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Bug Reports / Re: Playback stutter when coyping files.
« on: January 21, 2017, 06:57:22 PM »
sorry but that makes no sense at all to me.

let me say it again.

the audio is played from a different drive than the one the files are copied from.
the audio files are not played over network.

when i copy files from HDD to HDD or over network

how could the network card influence musicbee when i copy files from HDD to HDD in a system?
the network is not used then. as i wrote it happens over network or from HDD to HDD.

i am especially puzzled that it can happen when 30 seconds of a song are already BUFFERED in RAM?
the only way i could think of this is that musicbee has an extremly low process priority or doesn´t get the data fast enough (but... it´s an SSD i am playing from).

with todays computer and the huge amount of ram many people have, would it not be possible to make an option to buffer a whole file into ram?
maybe give it an upper limit of 500mb ram.

Bug Reports / Playback stutter when coyping files.
« on: January 21, 2017, 05:14:13 PM »

as much as i love musicbee (and i do) there is one thing that is worse than with other players i tried.

when i copy files from HDD to HDD or over network, then muscibee begins to stutter or starts to repeat a second of a track.

i have an automatic backup software running that copies files every few hours to a second system.
the files are copied form a seagate barracuda 7200 upm drive to the second system.
the files are mosty photos around 20-30 MB big and usualy size is 2-8 GB overall.

my audio files are on a 1TB samsung 850 SSD (dedicated just for audio files).
i have a fast skylake i7-6700k system with 32gb ram and i am running win10 64 bit.

the buffer size in muscibee is increased to the maximum already.
imho there is no reason that musicbee should be affected by coping these files.

other players are unaffected by the copy processes.

the music is send over GPU HDMI to my AV receiver (no mainboard soundcard involved).

MusicBee Wishlist / CRC32 check for Music Files.
« on: December 08, 2016, 06:10:52 PM »

right now i am using CRC32 (sfv) file in all my album folders to verify that the MP3 files are ok.

the problem is i have to create these files manually whenever i make idTag changes to the MP3 files.

is there a way to make musicbee write CRC32 files onto the harddrive.
or is it maybe possible to write CRC32 checksums into the MP3 header?

i just want to make sure that i can check if the files are corrupted after i burned them or copied them.
but creating CRC32 checksums manually every time after making idTag changes with musicbee is a bit cumbersome.

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