[mythtv-users] Gapless audio playback?
stonethrunk at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 10 09:34:56 EDT 2004
Actually, there's 480 GB of FLAC files, not MP3s - MP3
is natively a gappy format, so I would expect there to
be some gaps when playing those back, but as far as
lossless formats, those should play back without gaps,
no? Perhaps someone who has used FLAC with MythTV can
--- coume at mythtvtalk.com wrote:
> Quoting Stonethrunk <stonethrunk at yahoo.com>:
> > I have about 1200 CDs worth of lossless audio on a
> > server at my home, a 480 GB RAID5. This machine
> > located in my garage, and I plan on networking it
> > an Xbox/Linux configuration running MythTV next to
> > stereo in my living room. My question is: does
> > support continuous gapless playback? I have a lot
> > DJ mixes (no comments on that, please) where
> > run continuously over track boundaries. It's
> > important to me that playback remains gapless,
> > otherwise it ruins the listening experience - so
> > hoping that MythTV will keep the music as it was
> > intended. Could someone confirm whether or not
> > music plays gaplessly?
> > Many thanks,
> > C
> when I was using 0.14 I did experience some problems
> with around 80Gb of MP3.
> I was always having a gap between songs, annoying
> for DJ mixes ;)
> But since I upgraded to 0.15, those problems are
> So I would say, yes it plays without gap from
> version 0.15, but I never tried
> with 480Gb of MP3s! so...
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